Victoria Day Glamping

It’s Victoria Day for our Canadian friends and we know that there is nothing better than having a long weekend to relax. According to glamping.com, a global trend has recently caught fire that offers outdoor enthusiasts an upgrade on rest and recreation. It’s called glamping, a new word for a new kind of travel, defined as glamorous camping. When you’re glamping, there’s no tent to pitch, no sleeping bag to unroll, no fire to build. Whether in a tent, yurt, airstream, hut, villa or treehouse, glamping is a way to experience the great outdoors without sacrificing luxury.

We couldn’t stop ourselves from embarking on a glamping research binge!

We found the most glamorous glamping sites in Canada for you to spend your glorious long weekend! Enjoy!

Tofino, British Columbia: Clayoquot Wilderness Resort

Located in the pristine Clayoquot Sound World Biosphere, on the wild west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Clayoquot Wilderness Resort is an exclusive 21st century safari style Canada glamping destination and adventure resort great for the multi generations.

Kingston, New Brunswick: Ridgeback Lodge

The Dream Domes feature huge bay windows with stunning views over the lodge’s 185 acres of wild forest. Those looking for evening entertainment need look no further than the purchase of a bottle of wine and the dome’s very own private wood-fired Japanese hot tub, from which you can watch dusk turn to night. Glamping at it’s best for an affordable price.

 British Columbia: Siwash Lake Ranch

Siwash Lake’s luxury guest ranch offers one of the world’s premier dude ranch experiences. It’s a rare gem; a first-class wilderness resort surrounded by 80,000 acres of pristine British Columbia range land. This remarkable hideaway provides a wilderness oasis filled with authentic adventures amidst nature.

Newfoundland, NL: Fogo Island Inn 

Fogo Island Inn is an unexpected place at the edge of the world. This home for intrepid, curious and discerning high-comfort explorers was designed and crafted as a cultural and ecological hub. The buildings rugged minimalist architecture balances traditional influences with a contemporary sensibility

Here is a complete list of Glamping sites around the US for those of you living south of the Canadian border!


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