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As described earlier, ‘Glamping’ is a combination of ‘Glamorous’ and ‘Camping’. Comfort is central to Glamping, where the tents are often (comfortably) furnished. In addition, luxury facilities also play a role, but these can differ per glamping. For example, one glamping has private sanitary facilities, while the other has its own kitchen, and other glampings offer delicious meals. In addition, the experience is certainly also central to a glamping. The trend is that more people opt for an ‘experience’ of an accommodation compared to the more traditional approach in which an accommodation was chosen on the basis of attractions in the area.
A glamping surf holiday is the perfect holiday to enjoy a safe and comfortable holiday during the corona pandemic. This is due to various elements that come together in a glamping. This way you (generally) have your own private tent per couple or household, so you can easily keep 1.5 meters away from the other guests. In addition, all activities and excursions take place in the open air, and as is known, the chance of contamination in the open air is much smaller than in indoor areas.
Are you looking for a surf holiday with your partner? Then a glamping surf holiday is the perfect surf holiday for you. The glampings are without exception comfortable, luxurious and creatively decorated, making them ideal for a surf holiday with your loved one.
Sporty and adventurous families can also enjoy a surf glamping. In many glampings it is possible to book a family tent, and in all cases you can, for example, book 2 two-person tents. In addition to surf lessons, family members can participate in, for example, yoga sessions. Ideally, meals are included in many glamping sites; so you don’t have to worry about cooking. Sit back and enjoy!
Another feature that we see is that the average age at surf glamping is somewhat higher than at many other surf camps. Where in many more ‘basic’ surf camps the average age is between 18 and 25, we see that glamping attracts a wider group of guests, say between 25 and 40 years old, often with a significant number of families. This often also means that glamping has a somewhat quieter atmosphere compared to other surf camps. Although there are certainly surf glampings where a party is celebrated every now and then.