Monday, February 3, 2014

New Safari-style Luxury Camping to Open in Glacier National Park

Tourists and campers alike will have a brand new lodging option in Glacier National Park this upcoming season. Glacier Under Canvas, our newest advertiser on our accommodations page, announced last week that they will be offering safari-style luxury camping beginning on June 19th, 2014.

Following the overwhelming popularity of their Yellowstone Under Canvas, comes additional luxuriously furnished safari tent and tipi accommodations, deluxe suites with king sized beds and roll top baths, as well as a Treehouse version of the luxury tent - all set in the pristine surroundings of the Glacier National Park region.

It’s not a hotel, although Glacier Under Canvas boasts equivalent amenities, plus a friendly staff to share knowledge and stories around the campfire. It’s a luxury camp that practices outdoor ethics and disappears at the end of the travel season, almost completely with little trace left on the landscape.

Situated next to Glacier National Park, guests will be awed by Glacier’s beauty and amazing scenery. A variety of relaxation or adrenaline packages can be added to your stay. Glacier Under Canvas will offer active families helicopter rides, rafting, mountain biking, hiking, and other packages.

An incredible setting for a vacation, Glacier Under Canvas can also be booked for outdoor weddings using their unique and beautiful tipi marquees. As a brand new product for 2014, the tipi marquees are inspired by the traditional tipi design. The sides flip up and down to adjust for seasonal weather and allow for up to seven tents to fit together to create artful spaces.

For more information on Glacier Under Canvas, as well as all of our lodging options surrounding Glacier National Park, please click here.



Jeff
Hiking in Glacier National Park

2 comments:

  1. How exciting! This sounds like my kind of camping!

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  2. Wow, never imagined camping like this could exist, especially as we are on the hot dusty plains of Africa so it is difficult for us to imagine but your place looks amazing

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