Glamping is a fusion of glamour and camping for travelers who want to experience the positive aspects of camping without the “uncomfortable” negatives. Glamping mixes service and comfort with simple structures and a close connection with Tasmania's famous protected wilderness.
Our glamping experiences combine nature, simple accommodation and comfort:
From Hobart airport a 40 minute flight to the Southwest Wilderness, then a 30 minute boat transfer to the camp.
In Northwest Tasmania, a couple of hours walk takes you to a rainforest retreat.
Rainforest Glamping in Northwest Tasmania Hosted Accommodation in Tasmania's Tarkine Wilderness Area
Tarkine Rainforest Walk (Northwest Tasmania)
The Tarkine Rainforest Retreat gives visitors access to a remote section of the Tarkine rainforest and the opportunity to experience the ancient rainforest from a comfortable base camp. Nestled amongst ancient forests and Eucalypts at Tiger Ridge, the retreat is the first of its kind in the region, and includes large private permanent tents erected amongst the trees, and the new Tarkine Longhouse – the hub for meals and relaxation around the fireplace. Located on the edge of a forested valley, the Tarkine Longhouse features an open design that allows guests to connect to the surrounding forests on three sides, and a cantilevered veranda extending into the lush canopy. Simply furnished to complement the ancient rainforest’s natural surrounds, the Tarkine Longhouse and Rainforest Retreat offers those seeking a relaxing and reconnecting experience the opportunity to experience the stunning wilderness without sacrificing the comforts of everyday life.
Fully hosted Glamping 50 minutes flight from Hobart Remote Wilderness and Far South Tasmania
Port Davey Wilderness Camp. Stay for three days and two nights to explore the remote South West Wilderness. You will be accommodated at our luxury private camp, located in the forest, on the shores of Bathurst Harbour. This camp has no walking tracks to access, and is completely exclusive.
During your time in this World Heritage listed wilderness, you will be able to take a walk on the wild side of Tasmania, without the usual hardship that is associated with visiting such a remote wilderness area.
Access to the South West Wilderness camp is by a magnificent flight, in a twin engine Islander aircraft..
The amenities found at glamping destinations are substantially more comfortable than the general camp experience. When you’re glamping, there’s no tent to pitch, no sleeping bag to unroll, no smoky fire to build. Glamping locations provide a simple but comfortable structure such as a tipi or pre-erected tent. Inside you will find a comfortable bed with linen, pillows and towels supplied. Glamping can be in a tent, yurt, pod, igloo, teepee or treehouse. You can experience outdoors and nature without sacrificing comfort. Add a well equipped under cover kitchen with gas stove, pots and pans supplied or maybe even a chef to prepare your meals and you have the perfect glamping escape.
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