What do you get when you mix a bit of creature comfort glamor into camping?
What do you get when you mix a bit of creature comfort glamor into camping? You get glamping and it’s been a popular way for people to travel to unfamiliar countries and locales without ever leaving the comforts of home behind since the early 1900s. Well-to-do Europeans and American travelers were eager to experience all the adventures and excitement foreign countries had to offer but did not want to sacrifice any of their homely comforts like beds, personal chefs and even pieces of objet d’art, like rugs and statuary.
Today, glamping is as popular as it ever was, having been brought up to date as a way for people to get away from it all in style and luxury. Panama luxury vacations glamping Panama resorts offer a host of modern-day amenities like spas and bars while offering visitors a chance to enjoy the beauty of their surroundings up close. Panama luxury vacations can also offer guests a way to expand their horizons, with classes, sight-seeing tours, and special events like bonfires so they can get to know their fellow glampers.
The great thing about glamping is that you can spend as much or as little as you like. Of course, the nicer the creature comforts are, the more expensive a glamping vacation will run. But because of the more rustic lodgings, glamping will usually be far less expensive when compared to staying at a 4-star hotel in the city.
Bordered by the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean, Panama is a dream destination for glampers. Many Panama glamping resorts are very near to the breathtaking vista of Panama’s beaches and clear waters, rolling hills, and postcard-worthy sunsets, but Panama has a host of things to see and do. Panama’s mainland is tropical and there are many parks that make protecting the wild animals and plant life there their priority.
At the beach, you can take yoga or surfing classes, play a game of volleyball, rent snorkeling gear so that you can take a look at the ocean’s bounty up close, or even rent some fishing gear so that you can try to land a blue Marlin or other exotic and challenging catches.
For those who prefer a bit more adventurous fun, there’s kayaking, hiking, white water rafting, horseback riding, and scuba diving. You can even visit active volcanoes or take a tour in the rainforest canopy by zip line and get a bird’s-eye view of all the animals, wildflowers, trees, streams and even waterfalls.
For those who are looking for less athletic entertainment, the Panama glamping resorts have you covered as well. There are lounge chairs for those who’d like to work on their tans, shaded hammocks for people who fancy a catnap in the cool trade winds, and even fire pits for barbecuing or keeping warm if you just don’t want to leave the beach just yet.
For those who are only wanting to leave footprints behind when you go, Panama is also home to a burgeoning eco-tourism industry that puts Panama’s natural beauty at the forefront. Ecotourism points of interest include visiting any one of Panama’s 16 national parks and even journeying into the tropical rainforests to visit the indigenous people. You can also find boat tours where you can go out to swim with the dolphins.
Just because you’re glamping doesn’t mean you have to spend every second outside. Panama is where the party’s at and all you need to do is tell the manager what you’re looking for and they’re sure to point you in the right direction. With clubs that cater to fans of reggae, salsa, dance music and even more relaxed wine bars, if you’re looking for a night out on the town, Panama has what you’re looking for.
Often more affordable than the average vacation package that puts you up in a boring chain hotel room, Panama glamping resorts can offer a once-in-a-lifetime experience. All of the natural, untamed beauty of the Panama rainforests, beaches, and parks for a price that you can tailor to suit your budget. Nature and innovation share common space in Panama and with a glamping vacation, you can have the best of both worlds at a third of the price.