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As spring arrives, these international summer glamping spots start to spark some wanderlust for me. It’s been one of my favorite kind of accommodations to experience — a luxury tent, usually somewhere in nature, and a whole lot of open space. Think rustic camping but with all the amenities, and someone already pitched the tent for you! There are so many to choose from and with destinations ranging from safaris in Africa to the plains of Australia, you can really escape into nature with a breeze. International Summer Glamping Spots That Should Be on Your List

We’ve seen a lot of these “glamping” spots pop up around the US. You may recall this one in Moab, where they had safari tents and teepees. As I was doing a bit of research, I realized how many international summer glamping spots had opened up over the past two years. From traditional tents, to teepees, to the ever-so popular bubble tent, the arrangements keep getting more and more creative. I know I have the Hotel Aire de Bardenas on my bucket list for this year!

Take a peak at these incredible, global destinations, where you can stay in some unique glamping spots!

International Summer Glamping Spots That Should Be on Your List


Longtitude 131 
Location: Uluru, AustraliaInternational Summer Glamping Spots That Should Be on Your List

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Ecocamp Patagonia
Location: Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena Region International Summer Glamping Spots That Should Be on Your List

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Forest Domes
Location: Northern Ireland

International Summer Glamping Spots That Should Be on Your List

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Ridgeback Lodge
Location: New Brunswick, Canada International Summer Glamping Spots That Should Be on Your List

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St Jerome’s The Hotel
Location: Melbourne, Australia International Summer Glamping Spots That Should Be on Your List

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Desert Luxury Camp
Location: Sahara Desert, Morocco International Summer Glamping Spots That Should Be on Your List


Singita Mara River Tented Camp
Location: Mara Region, Tanzania International Summer Glamping Spots That Should Be on Your List

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Hotel Aire de Bardenas
Location: Bardenas Reales Natural Park, Spain International Summer Glamping Spots That Should Be on Your List

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Nuit Nature
Location: Combloux, France International Summer Glamping Spots That Should Be on Your List

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Do you have any favorite glamping spots? Be sure to comment below and let me know if there are any others I missed!


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Jessica

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