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[Blog] 10 Luxury Campsites That Will Inspire You To Start Your Own Eco Retreat

10 Luxury Campsites That Will Inspire You To Start Your Eco Retreat


Geodesic glamping domes are a new and unique alternative that revolutionize hospitality industry. You might probably found out that more and more geodesic dome lodgings have been set up in from an island in Italy to the Appalachian Mountains in Georgia, from a desert in Spain to an enchanted forest in Australia. Here’re some luxurious wilderness accommodations that will inspire you to start your own eco retreat.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Designed to embrace the great outdoors, these eco domes are available in various locations. When added to a hotel, they supply a room where something is achievable! View how most refreshing hotels use geodesic domes in a super stylish way!

1. EcoCamp Patagonia, Magallanes, Chile

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EcoCamp Patagonia is situated in the Torres del Paine National Park in the Patagonia wilderness of Chile. This luxurious campsite is comprised of 13 incredible dome-style accommodations, providing the region’s first fully sustainable accommodation. All domes are constructed from wood and steel frame and having a green outer coating and blend harmoniously into their surroundings. Guests can choose from different types of domes, equipped with electricity, skylights, beds, a wood-burning stove, and a full bathroom.

2. Pariacaca Camp, Lima, Peru


Pariacaca Camp is an eco-hotel in San José de los Chorrillos, just over 80 kilometers from Lima, where experiential travelers can enjoy tours and activities such as hiking, photography, swimming in the nearby waterfall and stargazing the area’s clean and clear skies. There are 5 glamping domes with circular panoramic windows and a transparent top. Each robust dome of 8 meters in diameter can sleep two to three guests and is equipped with kitchen, wooden floor, and beds. These one-of-a-kind camping domes are comfortable, eco-friendly and innovative compared to the traditional hotel.

3. Whitepod, Valais, Switzerland


Whitepod is an eco-luxury hotel, offering a different way to explore the Alps, with 15 domes pitched on wooden platforms. Each geodesic pod is furnished carefully with a wood-burning stove, large comfortable bedding, and full-service bathroom. Whether in summer or in winter, it’s amazing with everything you can think of is there and is a favorite destination for original team-building events or for unique training seminars.

4. Cosy Under Canvas, Wales, United Kingdom


Cosy Under Canvas is a woodland glamping site of 7 geodomes, cleverly hidden from each other by the trees. They consist of five spacious geodesic dome tents of 6m in diameter and two cosy domes of 5m in diameter. Cosy Domes sleep up to 4 guests and Spacious Domes sleep up to 6 guests. All come with their own wooden deck, compost loo, indoor wood-burning stove, super comfy double or king-sized beds, lanterns and tea lights – and some have wood-fired hot tubs too. These stylish glamping domes are the perfect balance of camping and comfort, getting travelers back to nature in style.

5. Ferme des Etoiles, Mauroux, France

Located in the heart of the Gers, in the small village of Mauroux, in a country folded with green valleys, the Ferme des Etoiles is the ideal site in Europe for the observation of the sky and the occasion of a gastronomic escapade. It offers an original and innovative “wilderness” accommodation in the form of 5 geodesic domes arranged in the park, accommodating up to 25 people.

6. Island Lodge, Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden

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Based on the concept of an African safari, the Island Lodge is a luxury tented camp in the Stockholm Archipelago, about 40 minutes by boat from Sweden’s capital. Combining modern Scandinavian interior design with nature, the Island Lodge provides a highly exclusive archipelago experience for small groups and corporate events. The lodge has just seven dome shaped tents. Each luxury tent is 18 m2 and comes with wooden floors and wood stoves to keep guests warm during the colder nights. Mosquito nets are also available, which come in handy during the summer months. The tents have six round, removable windows as well as a much larger bay window so guests can make the most of the breathtaking views. It’s a year round destination for glampers who like sailing, seal safaris, sea kayaking, fishing and Scandinavian cooking.

7. Backeddy Resort & Marina, Egmont, British Columbia (Canada)

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Backeddy Resort & Marina is a slice of Pacific Northwest paradise that offers all sorts of lodging and activity options for visitors. These unique glamping-like domes located right on the waterfront are their lastest and most attractive additions. The 5 geodesic domes come with a bay window facing the ocean, a queen-size bed, and a small indoor sitting area, allowing visitors to enjoy the tranquility of geodesic dome lodging.

8. Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, Lapland, Finland

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Nestled right on the edge of the cold, stark Finland wilderness, the Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort boasts 20 thermal glass igloos that allow visitors to enjoy crystal clear views of the Northern Lights from the warmth and private of their own hut. The tented dome is uniquely shaped like an igloo, outfitted with thermal glass walls and ceilings, that insulate the interior to keep it warm and cozy at night. These see-through geodesic domes are the most spectacular of settings in the Aurora zone, echoing the traditional design of an igloo but taking things to a whole new level.

9. Mile End Glamping, Yelverton, Western Australia

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Found in the beautiful Margaret River Region in Western Australia, these luxurious light-filled geodesic domes at Mile End Glamping perfectly designed for 2 people are well equipped with a full kitchen, luxury bathroom, a canopy bed and so much more. From the elevated, self-contained studio-dome, visitors can relax and enjoy the wildlife, native bush and river flowing through the estate.

10. Bubble Dome Village, Reunion Island, France

Bubble Dome Village located in a tropical garden in the south of the Reunion Island is a tourist accommodation of outdoor type glamping, offering guests with an unusual camping experience. Each dome has no straight walls and can accommodate up to four guests, with bed, private area, kitchen and private bathroom. With a stunning views of the sea and the mountains, the village offers a private barbecue and children’s playground.

Glamping as a new trend offers many unique and unusual ways to get outdoors with the most luxe amenities. Visitors can go glamping in pods, cottages, huts, eco lodges, tents, tipis, cabins and of course, geodesic domes. From what we’ve mentioned above, it’s not difficult to find geodesic domes have been built all around the world in various climates, proving to be the most efficient human shelter one can find. It makes geodesic domes a perfect solution for innovative ecotourism lodging. If you’ve been dreaming of starting your own hospitality glamping business, then look no further than SHELTER DOME. SHELTER DOME will offer you an affordable, sustainable lodging solution to help create a special and pleasant retreat for all ages!

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