Glamping has taken the world by storm with its convenience and luxurious approach. It takes the traditional camping experience without having to give up modern amenities. With this, you get to enjoy campfire moments, appreciate the sceneries, and soak in the entire travel experience without going through the hassle of setting up your tent.

Moreover, most resorts have glamping accommodations that have complete services, which make life easier. This can encourage people to finally try camping and explore the great outdoors. Resorts use different accommodations such as tree houses, pods, trailers, and yurts for glamping. These settings can provide you with a unique outdoor experience.

Stylish Glamping: Things To Prepare And Pack

There are several items you’ll need to materialize the coziest glamping trip with your loved ones. A packing checklist may help you gear up and build hype and excitement towards your vacation.

Regardless of your planned glamping activities, below are the essentials you need for a stylish glamping stay.

  • Weather-Proof Clothes

Similar to packing for any vacation, you need to make sure that you’re bringing the right clothes to keep you comfortable during the entire trip. To help you have an idea, look into the weather report of the place.

If it’s been raining for the past couple of days in that area, it would be best to pack your jackets, socks, and other similar clothing pieces to stay warm. If you’re going to stay in a tropical region, have a few sleeveless and moisture-resistant tops to keep you cool. Since you’ll be doing a lot of hiking and outdoor activities, bring your fitness gear, towels, trail shoes, and other clothing pieces with you. 

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  • Casual Wear

Apart from these, make sure to bring with you a few casual clothing items if you decide to dine in one of the restaurants, tour the wineries or art galleries, and shop for souvenirs in the nearby town. They will help you stay in style while traveling.

While it can be easy to pack your bag with random clothes, make sure to select and bring only those that you can reuse and wear together with your other pieces. Plan your itinerary and prepare a few items that’ll help you survive the weather changes in the area. Keeping this in mind will certainly help you avoid carrying extra baggage.

  •  Gear

Apart from your fitness gear, prepare other essential items that’ll come in handy during your glamping trip. Typically, these include but aren’t limited to your cooler, water bottle, thermos, binoculars, cameras, and other similar items.

A reusable water bottle can help you stay well-hydrated while you’re out appreciating the scenic landscapes. You might end up thirsty with all the outdoor adventures; hence, make sure you got your cooler to keep your beverages cold when you get home. Also, a durable travel mug will keep your coffee warm or your liquids cold as you head out to the mountains.

Moreover, a chic pair of binoculars will be useful during wildlife viewing, stargazing, or when you simply want to see distant objects clearly as you visit different spots. There are varying types of binoculars, so make sure to purchase one that matches your preferences and requirements.

  • Sun-Protective Items

If you’re going to be out the entire day, don’t forget to bring your reliable pair of stylish sunglasses, a wide-brimmed hat, and a tube of sunscreen.

Your sunglasses will shield your eyes from the ultraviolet rays while at the same time, allow you to look stunning in your photos. This will certainly help you enjoy the trip and see better despite the bright light. Bring with you a pair that best matches your glamping clothes and daytime wear. One tip is to carry neutral-colored sunglasses as these can perfectly complement any outfit.

Another essential item to bring is your wide-brimmed hat. This stylish piece can help provide shade and protect your face from the harmful rays of the sun as you visit wineries and other spots. Hence, make sure to have this in your glamping checklist.

Furthermore, don’t skimp out on sunscreen as you head out. Carry around a broad-spectrum product to combat against both types of UV light — UVA and UVB. Also, choose a sunscreen product that has an SPF of at least 30. Reapply every two hours or when needed to remain protected and prevent sunburn, especially after swimming or heavy sweating. 

Final Thoughts

It can be easy to stuff your bag with items that you think are important for your trip. However, if you plan what to bring, it will ensure that you pack only the things that’ll be useful to you. Consider the following essentials above and stay in style as you explore the great outdoors.