Have you ever tried glamping? It is the perfect way to see nature and participate in a wide range of outdoor activities while savoring fine cuisine and enjoying utmost leisure. Below is the A-Z guide to help you understand why Glamping in Vietnam is now the hottest travel trend and the many idyllic and pleasant spots to “glamp” in Vietnam.
What is Glamping?
Glamping sounds like camping, and it offers a way to experience the natural world without sacrificing comfort.
Is Glamping in Vietnam a Popular Trend?
The glamping movement in the world is constantly growing, and so is Glamping in Vietnam. People have been checking in at cool-looking camping sites in Da Lat (Lam Dong province) at the beginning of 2021. With the “back to nature” trend, consumers are more engaged in nature, health, and organically grown products. They are likely to stay away from big cities, immerse in the beauty of nature, savor the good food, and feel the “glamor” to recharge their batteries.
Many glamping sites have been set up in Vietnam, offering countless choices in terms of service, from luxury tents to a variety of food.
Best Destinations for Glamping in Vietnam
Lak Tented Camp
Lak Tented Camp is a convenient eco-escape option, just a short flight away from Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and Da Nang (less than one hour).
Address: Lak Town, Lien Son District, Dak Lak Province
Fee: VND 850,000/guest, free for children under 6 years old.
Worthwhile experiences: You can have a leisurely farm-to-table cooking lesson, coffee picking and roasting, traditional pottery making, and a cultural village stroll. During the day, you may dip in the waterfall, and at night, you can dance to the sounds of traditional instruments.
Note: You must reserve the parking lot if you bring your vehicle (free). If you have any special diet, you can ask them to prepare your meal according to your requirements. Laundry service and massages are available.
Campart by #MoJen
Address: Golden Valley, Lac Duong district, Lam Dong province
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Fee: VND 890,000/guest
Worthwhile experience: enjoying a European-style dinner (steak, smoked goose breast, cream of mushroom soup,…), lighting a campfire, and trying stand-up paddleboarding for free. A bar also serves a cocktail or wine, ideal for a romantic night with your partner or friends in Da Lat while Glamping in Vietnam.
Note: CampArt by #Mojen only welcomes up to 30 guests/day. Make sure that you make an early reservation.
Tanyoli Mui Dinh
Address: Phuoc Dinh town, Ninh Phuoc District, Ninh Thuan Province
- Tickets to the entrance gate: VND 50,000/guest
- Tickets for staying: it depends on the types of tents you are staying in, from VND 460,000 to VND 1,800,000 per tent or house.
- An additional VND 400,000 from the third person is levied for overnight guests.
- Children under 6: free (breakfast is not included)
- Children from 6-11: an additional VND 250,000/person fee is levied.
Worthwhile experience: You can try adventure sports such as archery, Ziplining, desert motoring, kayaking, and other exciting activities. You may also get lost in the beauty of Mongolian nomads’ lives when staying in Mongolian tents amid immense grasslands.
Twin Beans Farm
Address: Da Sar commune, Lac Duong town, Lam Dong province
Fee: VND 700,000/adult, VND 500,000/child
Worthwhile experience: sleeping in luxurious tents, enjoying BBQ, original farm coffee, and lighting a campfire.
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Note: Three to four guests can stay inside one tent. Moreover, you should bring insect repellent or essential oil since there may be mosquitoes at night.
Address: La Gi, Binh Thuan Province
- VND 700,000/room with 2 guests
- The third person will be charged VND 250,000
Worthwhile experience: You can choose from a variety of rooms and tents with Boho, Gypsy, or Rustic styles, and the prices vary accordingly. Besides listening to live music and enjoying Beach BBQs and Beach Parties, riding horses, kayaking, painting and decor workshops, or yoga are some outdoor activities waiting for you!
Tips for Glamping in Vietnam
- Shelter: Glamping offers a wide range of accommodation, more than just “tents. ” You can experience staying in a treehouse, a yurt or dome, a tepee, a camper van, or even an eco-pod.
- Budget: Prices for glamping sites vary greatly depending on where you are traveling. For example, “glamorous camping” in Vietnam can cost between VND 700,000 and VND 1,000,000 per night.
- Glamping view: A dense, green forest of pine trees, a sparkling sea, or rolling hills – the backdrop you choose will not only help dictate the location but will also give you an idea of the experience you will have.
Our Final Thoughts about Glamping in Vietnam
With warm weather over the whole nation and months into the worldwide coronavirus epidemic, everyone is eager to leave home and do something unusual. Try renewing your usual camp with glamping on your next trip. We are sure that it will bring you unforgettable yet exhilarating experiences!