If you’re one of those peasants who thinks that camping is about getting back to nature and experiencing a little hardship while experiencing the vast splendor that is Nature, then you obviously don’t have enough money to take the comforts of society with you when you head out into the wilderness. Thanks to some serious advances in technology, people with an unlimited pocket book can make camping something that’s hardly worth the term “roughing it.” Yet, as much as you might realize that these “campers” are kind of missing the whole point of camping, there’s also a big part of you that wouldn’t mind doing nature in style, just like the privileged few.
1. Just Forget About the Whole Manual Labor Thing
Hiking isn’t work, it’s refreshing. Rafting isn’t work, it’s challenging. Pitching a tent, building a fire, finding water, that’s work, and when the rich go camping, work simply won’t do. When you’re glamping, all that menial stuff gets done for you. You simply ride into a complete camp that’s been positioned perfectly to maximize your enjoyment without increasing your effort.