Not really into bugs, outdoor “restrooms” or lukewarm canned beans? You can still enjoy the awe-inspiring glory of the great outdoors thanks to “glamping,” the glamorous way to camp. Glamping sites have been giving people fun vacation ideas and popping up across the globe in recent years, and many of these one-of-a-kind accommodations are much more affordable than you might think. Fortunately, booking site Glamping Hub has rounded up nine places for cheap outdoor vacations in the U.S. and abroad where you can glamp for $75 or less a night.
Consider one of these outdoor escapes for your next vacation.
1. Cavernous, Pet-Friendly Rental Near Carlsbad Caverns, Texas
- Cost: From $72.30 per night
This cave-like rental can sleep up to three guests and is located near several places to climb and hike. With this luxury camping experience, there’s a full bathroom, plus a full kitchen and an outdoor barbecue, so you can enjoy the outdoors with all the amenities of indoor living.
2. Wooden Bungalow With Mountain Views in Ninh Binh, Vietnam
- Cost: From $61.79 per night
These wooden bungalows can sleep two to four guests, depending on the size, and all come with a private balcony with lake and mountain views. Each hut has its own hot shower and a minibar, as well as fans and heaters to keep the temperature comfortable depending on the time of year. A full breakfast is included with your nightly stay.
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3. Colorful Glamping Tent Near Lakeside, California
- Cost: From $66.29 per night
Guests who stay in this colorful tent have access to a private hot tub, as well as a shared pool and barbecue. The tent comes furnished with a queen-size bed and a single bed, and sleeps up to three.
4. Romantic Bell Tent in Siargao, the Philippines
- Cost: From $75.27 per night
Perfect for a romantic escape, this bell tent is furnished with a queen-size bed and can comfortably sleep two guests. Each tent comes with its own private deck, and guests have access to shared bathrooms and an outdoor lounge area.
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5. Countryside Yurt in Andalusia, Spain
- Cost: From $69.43 per night
Sleep under the stars in this Spanish yurt, which can accommodate up to two guests. Yurt guests have access to shared bathrooms, as well a farmhouse on the property that houses a communal lounge, fully-equipped kitchen, Wi-Fi — plus a washer and dryer. Glampers can also enjoy mountain views while taking a dip in the property’s saltwater pool.
6. Minimalist Luxury Tents in Tuscany, Italy
- Cost: From $21.46 per night
You don’t have to spend a lot to relax under the Tuscan sun in these luxury tents. Each tent has a double bed and minifridge, and can sleep two guests. Note that linens and towels are not included in the rental, so you will have to provide your own.
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7. Safari-Style Tents Near Golden Gate Highlands National Park, South Africa
- Cost: From $47.19 per night
This glamping site includes 14 safari-style tent units and can accommodate up to 28 guests. Each tent has two single beds, as well as a luggage stand and chairs for lounging — and are adorned with Persian rugs. Guests enjoy access to a cave-like lounge and dining area, along with an outdoor kitchen. There are also toilet and shower facilities, as well as a “bathhouse” that has four outdoor Victorian-style bathtubs, so you can soak under the sun or stars.
8. Fully-Equipped Deluxe Cabins in Karacaören Köyü Bucak, Turkey
- Cost: From $53.93 per night
Enjoy the fun of staying in a tent — plus all the amenities you’d get in a hotel — with these deluxe cabins. Each tent house includes a shower, LED TV, minibar, air conditioning and a hairdryer — and three of the seven tents on the property have their own personal Jacuzzis. No matter which cabin you stay in, you’ll get gorgeous lake views.
9. Secluded Jungle Tents in Phanom, Thailand
- Cost: From $64.25 per night
Stay in the jungle — while staying connected to Wi-Fi — in these Thai-style luxury tents. Each tent has air conditioning and a refrigerator, as well as a private balcony with panoramic views. There is also a restaurant and laundry service on-site.
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