Imagine that you love nature very much, but are not enthusiastic about the tent theme: sleeping in a tight sleeping bag, mosquitoes and canned goods for breakfast. Some people like it, others are not ready to give up the Internet (yes, in many glampings there is also have Wi-Fi) and other familiar amenities of civilization, but they want to go to nature.
You can enjoy crisp air, a forest setting, rustling of the creek, lots of wildlife, picturesque views and clear star-lit nights.
Of course with its own features, you are still in nature: a bed with a heated blanket or sheets; a heater or a fireplace in the room.
People learn to relax and be distracted from everyday activities, to go to the forest or to the mountains with an overnight stay, even if they previously thought that this type of relaxation was not suitable for them. Everyone chooses for himself whether it is important where he sleeps – in a sleeping bag or in a bed. Thus, people become closer to nature and learn to appreciate its beauty.
With the current limited travel options, glamping allows people to camp more comfortably while still enjoying what camping has to offer.