Nothing feels better than the great outdoors. Clean air, time away from the continuous urban struggle and breath-taking scenery. These are just some of the reasons we love camping. From the moment you pitch your tent, take a seat, and begin to survey your surroundings. You know that camping is the ideal way to forget your stresses and the best way to switch off from a hectic world. But why not take your camping trips to the next level and go international! Yes, let’s talk about some of the most stunning campsites found across the world.
Devon, United Kingdom
Dartmoor and Exmoor are like another planet compared to the rest of the UK. There are many stunning sites of natural beauty and a rugged coastline to create the perfect place to pitch a tent. You will not be bored with the sheer volume of things to do in the area. In Exmoor, you can visit The Glen Lyn Gorge or enjoy the fabulous Tarka Trail. Do not forget about the Wimbleball Hills. It is an ideal place to pitch up your tent and explore.
Western Desert, Egypt
Bahariya and Farafra Oases are the perfect places to set up camp. Camping in this region should be on anyone’s bucket list. This remote location really brings a beautiful and ancient world to life. The two deserts that are known as The White and Black Deserts are quite close. So, you will be able to spend the night in both deserts. As you plan your journey into this ancient world, you could have a few spins on Book of Ra Online at Aspersmoments to get you in the mood for an adventure.
Sahale Glacier Camp, USA
From one extreme to another… Sahale is in Washington States Cascade Mountains, it is considered one of the top camping sites in the States. The only access is through North Cascades National Park. The camp itself is located right next to a glacier and is encircled by huge rock walls. However, be warned. This site is for those who know what they are doing. You’ll need to be an experienced hiker or camper to be able to face what this unique site throws at you.
Tartaruga Camping, Greece
Set on the Greek island of Zakynthos, Tartaruga attracts campers from all over the world. Blessed with one of the most stunning views to rival any campsite. As you sit in the campsites restaurant you can take in a panoramic view of the Ionian Sea. The beaches and waters around the camp have become a haven for loggerhead turtles as they aren’t disturbed. There is also a tavern not far from the site that offers great food with reasonable food at great prices.
Stewart Island, New Zealand
We cannot mention the great outdoors without considering New Zealand. There are many campsites in New Zealand. Steward Island is among the best… if not the best. It’s open all year round and is free to all visitors. You have a chance to camp near the beach or the forest. The site comes with all the amenities you need for an enjoyable stay. The site also has stunning treks including the Rakiura Track and much more. So, gear up for a real adventure.