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Go glamping at world’s best adventure lodge

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If you are someone who loves waking up to stunning outdoor interiors but hates the idea of sleeping in the wild and pitching tents, then glamping is just for you.

Defined as glamorous camping, glamping is a new word for a new kind of travel, and it has now become a new global trend. But with so many adventure lodges around the world, it can be difficult to choose the right one. That is why we have narrowed them down to some of the world’s best adventure and glamping lodges.

Al Maha, A Luxury Collection Desert Resort & Spa, Dubai, UAE

Set in the middle of the desert, Al Maha will redefine luxury for you with its luxurious individual suites, panoramic views, private pools and personalized service. In fact, they like to provide three dedicated staff members to every guest suite. And the flora and fauna in the wide open plains are enough to get any adventure enthusiast excited.

Adrere Amellal Desert Ecolodge, Siwa, Egypt

Right on the edge of the Great Sand Sea is the incredible Adrere Amellal. But, its peaceful location and its reclaimed mud and salt houses are not the reason why it’s so incredible. This place gives you a feeling of truly connecting with nature as you completely disconnect from the rest of the world. There is no electricity or phones. Instead, there are candles, oil lamps, and fireplaces.

Adventure activities here include jeep tracks, dune surfing, and horseback riding.

Stonewater Cove Resort and Spa, Table Rock Lake, Missouri

Surrounded by the Mark Twain National Park, this resort is right next to the Table Rock Lake. The resort and spa has stunning natural beauty, a lot of adventurous activities to engage in, and when you come back to the resort you will be greeted by luxurious interiors. The activities here include ATV riding, kayaking, fishing, and zip lining.

Amanbagh, Alwar, Rajasthan, India

This resort was used by the King of Alwar during his hunting expeditions, and that is why the architecture here echoes royalty. There are private courtyards and cupolas, along with private swimming pools. Also, the resort is very close to the Thar Desert, which gives an excellent opportunity to discover the sand dunes.

Explora Patagonia, Patagonia, Chile

Located just near the iconic Torres del Paine massif is the world famous Explora Patagonia. The lodges here are eco-friendly and luxurious, featuring a bathhouse with an indoor pool and a spa.

The activities here include more than fifty half and full day hikes. If you are too tired, you can come back from the hike on a boat.

Saffire Freychinet, Tasmania, Australia

Set inside the Freychinet Peninsula National Park, this resort has been awarded on several occasions for its natural beauty. There are many guided hikes available, along with a canoe tour and guided archery. Apart from that, self-guided activities including mountain biking, kayaking, and fishing are also present.

The rooms here are lavish, and you can take up a spa or a meditation class when you feel you need to regain strength.

Jungle Bay Resort & Spa, Dominica

Spread across 55 acres, this resort is the only developed part of the southwest region of the island. The rooms are intentionally built on a height to offer stunning views of the sea and the waterfalls nearby. Being in a jungle and so close to the sea, the adventurous activities are endless. From hiking to natural hot springs to diving with sperm whales, there is something for everybody here.

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Ritika is a 20-something Software Engineer by degree but she decided to quit her IT job to become a freelance writer and travel the world. She loves eating, walking her dog and watching Game of Thrones.