Sustainable structures, domestic travel, and green getaways all point to a good year for glamping
The 2022 North American Glamping Report by Kampgrounds of America Inc noted a drastic boom in Glamping’s popularity. In 2021, nearly 17 million households went glamping, which represents a 155% increase vs. 2019. As much as 77% of glampers and 20 % of leisure travellers are planning to book a glamping experience in the next two years, which suggests that the growth pattern is going to continue.
A recent Tourlane survey reveals that compared to the previous years, Germans are looking to spend more money on local travel and authentic experiences. Most of them prefer to spend more time in nature (54%) and away from mass tourism (41%).
Slow travel goes hand in hand with glamping. Whether you stay in a cosy wooden cabin in the middle of a forest or in a luxury tent by a gorgeous beach, it will surely help you unwind, tune into the present moment, connect with yourself and with nature, and perhaps explore seemingly “ less” but deeper.