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Crater Forest Tented Camp

Posted by on Jun 1, 2015 in Camping | Comments Off on Crater Forest Tented Camp

Crater Forest is a small tented camp located on a highland coffee plantation at an altitude of 1800 m, directly bordering the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area (NCAA). The camp is a 10 kilometer drive away from the main road leading from Karatu town to the famous Ngorongoro Crater, offering you some nice views of the surrounding hills and coffee plantations.
crater forest tented camp-Crater Forest Tented Camp is operated as a small scale eco-friendly camp with only 15 spacious tented rooms, with en-suite bathrooms with a hot shower and flush toilet.

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Breathtaking Maroon Bells

Posted by on Jun 8, 2012 in Camping | 1 comment

Colorado offers hundreds of camping, hiking, and mountain climbing locations ranging from primitive and secluded to purely touristy. Maroon Bells is a popular summer attraction and you’ll meet lots of people, but you all have something in common, and your shared desire to revel in the splendor of mountain peaks, lakes, streams, and wildlife will add an exciting dimension of human connection.

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Breathtaking Silky Oaks Lodge

Posted by on Feb 9, 2012 in Camping | Comments Off on Breathtaking Silky Oaks Lodge

Feel the historic wonders from the Daintree in Silky Oaks Lodge, a oasis with style and beauty, located around the edge of a World Heritage-listed wilderness. This Resort combines modern design and simple sophistication, where the sights and sounds on the rainforest encompass you. Fifty fashionable Treehouses and Riverhouses each one possess wide verandahs and spa baths. Just twenty minutes from Port Douglas, Silky Oaks Lodge offers the excellent base for going through the Great Barrier Reef, Atherton Tablelands, Cape Tribulation and the Daintree River.

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As soon as you arrive, you feel a atmosphere of the Daintree. Huge and beautiful, it’s the oldest residing rainforest on the planet. Go on a relaxing walk over the lush riverbank. Discover the local region with bicycle, exercise a kayak over the river, or enroll in a guided rainforest stroll.


In Silky Oaks Lodge, visitors are really accommodated with gorgeous wood Treehouses. Placed in to the rainforest and encompassed by luxurious gardens, every one has been very carefully created to provide privateness and optimum comfort. Treehouses come with an understated exotic design having natural shades and wood accustomed to produce a relaxed, comforting living space.

Floor to ceiling glass doors open on to a large verandah in which a sleeping sack is wonderfully positioned to create one of the most of beautiful views. Air-conditioned, rooms are huge and beautifully furnished with a range of contemporary luxuries together with a daybed. Huge bathrooms, including a spa bath, CD player, phone, tea and coffee producing facilities are among some of the in-room features.


Placed in perfect riverfront areas, magnificent rainforest landscapes and also the soothing sounds of the Mossman River are important elements of the Riverhouses. Nicely roomy, with polished wood floors and stylish interiors, room appointments are really elegant and comfortable.

A large spa bath, with uninterrupted rainforest landscapes, is probably the many specific inclusions provided along with regular room features. Riverhouse visitors as well enjoy high quality sparkling wine and also a luxurious exotic fruit basket on arrival.

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10 Insane camping photos

Posted by on Dec 22, 2011 in Camping | 3 comments

When you think of camping, the first thing that springs to mind is a luscious green field, perhaps an attractive sea view in the back ground and a sizzling barbeque to the side. That might be your idea of a perfect camping trip, but some people just have to be different don’t they? This is a collection of simply incredible pictures of people camping in the most extreme conditions imaginable.  You won’t find any pictures of anyone camping in the Cotswolds in idyllic spots or pitching tents on the edge of the beach – this is a collection of the most extreme camping locations and the craziest tents in the world!
Vertical Camping

These guys aren’t bats – they are actually campers! Believe it or not these people are actually planning on spending a night like this! Obviously you have to be a pretty experienced climber to even contemplate doing something like this, but there’s no doubt that you are going to be welcomed by a pretty incredible view each morning –  a few thousand feet straight down!

These vertical campers are naturally part of a small band of people who are both technically knowledgeable enough to do this and also crazy enough to be able to sleep in thousands of feet up in the air!

Mountain Camping
Vertical climbers are in a minority, but they may well fall into the category of mountain climbers. Camping in the mountains might not sound that impressive, but when you consider that they are sometimes sleeping at around 20,000 feet above sea level, it becomes a little more impressive! Some people choose touring holidays some people choose to trek upwards for days until the air becomes so thin you can barely breathe!

This is an image of Mt Everest base camp. Believe it or not, you will be almost 18,000 feet above sea level before you set off, so despite the fact that this picture appears to be in a valley, you can rest assured that it is very high up indeed!

As you can see, these campers are even further up the famous Mt Everest. Just how high is anyone’s guess, but there’s no doubting the precarious nature of this camp. With a sheer wall of snow to one side of the camping spot and a huge ravine on the other, it’s hard to work out whether the shelter provided makes up for the perilous position of the campers!

This is a picture of Squash Falconer, a woman on a mission to become the first woman to scale Everest and paraglide back down! As it happens, she didn’t manage to paraglide back down, but she did make it to the top. This is a picture she took at Base Camp 3, which is over 7000 metres above sea level!

Tree Tents
These tents are perhaps not as scary to be in as they appear. Most have solid platforms within which mean that you can get quite a cosy night’s sleep, but from a distance they look nothing short of terrifying! Here’s a collection of some of our favourites.

This is a fantastic tear drop tree tent which has a large 9 foot wooden platform inside which actually makes camping extremely comfortable!

The main question here must be… how do you get into them?!

You will really have a ball in this tree tent!

The perfectly named Tree-Pi!

A suspended Scout Tent!

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Canadian Rockies, Alberta

Posted by on Jul 19, 2011 in Camping | 5 comments

Canadian Rockies, Alberta

The Canadian Rockies are the easternmost part of the Canadian Cordillera, the collective name for the mountains of Western Canada. They form part of the American Cordillera, an essentially continuous sequence of mountain ranges that runs all the way from Alaska to the very tip of South America. The Cordillera in turn are the eastern part of the Pacific Ring of Fire that runs all the way around the Pacific Ocean.

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Flanking Alberta’s western border with their rugged peaks and ranges, the Canadian Rockies are home to alpine meadows, emerald lakes, wild waterways, backcountry wilderness, and some of the best hiking and skiing in the world.

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Five national parks are located within the Canadian Rockies, four of which interlock and make up the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage site. These four parks are Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Yoho. Most famous are Banff National Park and Jasper National Park, as well as the numerous provincial parks and recreation areas of Kananaskis Country — all of which provide year round adventures and activities.

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The Rocky Mountains of Canada are a vast land – filled with inspiring scenery, wildlife, a multitude of recreational activities for all ages and a lot of unique opportunities that only the people who live in this area know about.

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Throughout the Rockies, and especially in the national parks, the Alpine Club of Canada maintains a series of alpine huts for use by mountaineers and adventurers.

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Holtkamper Kyte Tent Trailer

Posted by on Apr 14, 2011 in Camping | 1 comment

Holtkamper Kyte Tent Trailer

Camping has never been easier and more enjoyable! The Holtkamper Kyte tent trailer makes any outdoor expedition a wonderful experience with enhanced comfort for the entire family. With its outstanding gadgets, technologies and innovations, this tent trailer might just be the best one out there. The suspended carbon mast of the awning gives the tent enough resistance to face storms, while also keeping it extremely lightweight.

The Kyte tent trailer has hot plenty of room to keep all your stuff. There is a lot of space inside the tent, plus a 1,500-liters luggage space under the bed. Another great thing about this Holtkamper product is that it allows you to access you luggage even without folding the tent out.

With a king-size mattress (210×155 cm) for the slatted bed, your sleep will be completely relaxing and comfortable. Further more, with the Holtkamper Membrane Airco Tent system, the Kyte trailer tent offers perfect ventilation, insulation and condensation prevention.

As you can see in the images and video below, the kitchen too is pretty impressive. It’s got a three-ring gas range, two shelves with drawers, a fridge, water supply and cutlery. We believe there’s really nothing more that you could ask for in a tent. With the Holtkamper Kyte tent trailer your vacations can only be amazing.

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