Gone are the days when camping was synonymous with setting up tents, small sleeping bags, sharing bathrooms with strangers or facing mosquitoes and other insects. Success abroad, glampings (joining the words “glamour” and “camping”) are also starting to gain prominence in the national territory.
Known as luxury camps, they combine intense contact with nature, adventure, sustainability and comfort. The concept emerged in Africa during safaris and became fashionable in the United States and Europe. In Brazil, they took a little longer to arrive, establishing themselves here in the last decade, and the first glampings were created in the Amazon region.
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Today the variety is enormous and with different styles, ranging from tree houses, structured tents, stilts, chalets to cabins. With the pandemic, this type of business gained even more prominence and new ventures were emerging.
This is the case, for example, of the Nomad Place. According to Uol, the place was born in the middle of a pandemic and, with public success and constant total occupation, it has five rooms in operation and another three to be delivered by October.
The project guarantees to be your cabin in the mountain and is located in São Bento do Sapucaí (SP), surrounded by Serra da Mantiqueira at 1670 meters of attitude.
If the intention is to go to the Amazon, one option is to Juma Amazon Lodge. There, the camps were built sustainably on stilts 30 meters from the ground. Altogether there are 21 chalets with private bathroom, balcony with hammock and fans, always overlooking the river or the forest. Instead of windows, only mosquito screens separate guests from the forest.
In the Jalapão State Park region, tourists have the option of staying at the Korubo Safari Camp. The place follows the style of African properties and offers a travel ‘combo’, with transfers to and from Palmas (TO), accommodation for 5 or 6 nights, tours and meals always included, in two weekly departures, according to Uol.
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