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Must Haves for Your Glamping Trip

by Tiffany Chisholm

Jun 22, 2020

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Tips / Travel

In case you live under a rock and are unfamiliar with the term “glamping,” it combines ‘glamorous’ and ‘camping’ and offsets traditional camping. Glamping comes with more luxury and comfort during your adventure. If you ever decide to go on a glamping trip, here are some of the essentials you must have:


  • Tent: A tent is always necessary for any form of camping. Find one suitable and large enough for your adventure and comfort. However, if you decide to go to a glamping site or resort, there may already be lodging available to rent.


  • Backpack: Pack your backpack with all the essential items you need, from clothing to food to entertainment and medications etc.


  • First-Aid Kit + Flashlight: A first-aid kit is a must for any trip, and because you may go hiking while glamping, you are exposed to unknown elements that could clinically have an effect on you. Also, even though you may have fancy lights on your glamping trip, it is advised you always have a flashlight because the lights can go out at any time for whatever reason.


  • Sleeping Essentials: If you need meds to sleep, bring them. Also, be sure to know you are now more exposed to the great outdoors, so if you are a light sleeper, bring your noise-cancelling headphones and your sleep mask to help.



These are only some of the essentials you may need. Depending on the site or resort you choose to visit, you will have to adjust your needs based on the amenities available. Add to this list as you wish or subtract what you don’t need. Either way, happy glamping!


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