Results for - June Promotion--National Camping Month #4! Which. glamping spot would you rather camp at?
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The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and it's time to get outside! June is National Camping Month! We will post 6 surveys each worth 25 points where we will ask you about your camping preferences! Everyone can participate, even if you have never camped before! If you answer all 6 surveys, you will be entered into a drawing for 10,000 Tellwut points (2 US winners, 2 CA winners). Surveys will be posted on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting June 8. Surveys are only live for 48 hours.
1. June Promotion--National Camping Month #4! Which. glamping spot would you rather camp at?
Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle-Chiang Rai, Thailand -There aren't many places in the world where you can see three countries from one spot, but Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is one of them, with views out across northeast Thailand, where the camp is located, and neighboring Laos and Myanmar. Tucked away in the Golden Triangle region, the main reason to visit is to see and spend time with rescued elephants, including guided walks with the lumbering giants, though there are also bamboo jungles, mountain trails and nearby Buddhist temples to explore. Each tent has its own themed décor with local artifacts and furniture, as well as views out across the Ruak River, Myanmar, the mountains of Laos and the forests of the Golden Triangle.
Clayoquot Wilderness Retreat-British Columbia, Canada- Clayoquot Wilderness Resort has an edge-of-the-world feel. The Relais & Château, all-inclusive, eco-safari resort sits at the mouth of the Bedwell River, near Tofino, on the west coast of Vancouver Island on Canada's Pacific Coast. Its wilderness location in a UNESCO-listed Biosphere Reserve is accessible only by seaplane, helicopter or boat. Twenty-five white canvas safari-style tents have cast-iron stoves, en-suite bathrooms with heated floors, private outdoor showers and antique furnishings, with plenty more comforts across the camp, from wellness spa treatments to gourmet cuisine. But the pristine wilderness is the main attraction, with activities including hiking, biking, whale- and bear-watching, horseback riding, fishing, kayaking and helicopter adventures.