5 jaw-dropping camping spots
Best camping spots
If you’re going to camp – do it better than the rest.
The holiday season is nearly upon us and now is a great time to find that old tent of yours and embark on a summer adventure with your family. Here are some incredible camping spots around the world, with views that will be reward enough.
Glacier National Park, Montana
With a nickname like ‘Big Sky Country’, camping in Montana is something you don’t want to pass up. Snowcapped peaks, lakes and alpine hiking trails are just a few of the treasure experiences waiting for you when you camp at Glacier National Park.
Defined by its vast expanses of desert, Utah offers a unique camping experience. If you’ve never heard of Canyonlands, you’ll want to make sure you get very familiar with it. With giant sandstone structures as your backdrop, enjoy the vastness of this isolated and peaceful canyon.
The entire country of Iceland is one giant wow-moment. Experience the campgrounds at Landmannalaugar, an area known for its multi-coloured mountains. Iceland’s unique landscape offers lava fields, meadows, geothermal vents spurting steam into the crisp air and, of course, glaciers.
Royal Natal National Park, South Africa
For some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in Africa, plan your trip to Royal Natal National Park. Famed for its Amphitheatre, the park also offers idyllic hiking routes, trout fishing, mountain biking and horse riding.
Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park, WA
For those who love to kick back on the beach and play in the surf, don’t go past Lucky Bay in Australia’s westernmost state. Established campsites provide you with camp kitchens, gas barbecues, picnic tables, toilets, water and solar-heated showers.