- Are you tired of sitting around the house on the weekends with nothing to do?
- Are you stressed out by your job and need some relief?
Get ready to hit the great outdoors with Exciting Adventure
Pack your bags, choose the most adventurous camping package for yourself and set out for a camping trip.
Camping trips are becoming popular because people have realized the importance of leading a healthy and stress free life! Of course, it is understood that a campaign trip gives you total relaxation and solitude.
Go camping and enjoy a variety of activities right outside your tent flap — like boating, fishing, biking, hiking, rock climbing and spotting wildlife. Find inner peace on a forest hike, tone your arms and abs while kayaking, or learn about the importance of protecting the environment as you observe endangered animals in their natural habitats.
Are you ready to hit the great outdoors?
The following campsites offer many activities; they are located in some of the most beautiful destinations in the country. Keeping the camping adventure in mind, this is a list of the “5 Best Camp Sites around the World.”
1. GARIG GUNAK BARLU NATIONAL PARK, COBOURG PENINSULA, AUSTRALIA
At the very top of the Northern Territory in Arnhem Land, the Garig Gunak Barlu National Park is a remote and rugged land, fringed with magnificent white sand beaches on the Cobourg Peninsula.
Accessible only by air or sea, the Garig Gunak Barlu National Park is an aesthetic knockout, with gorgeous sand dunes, marshy swamplands and clear coral reefs. This Australian jewel is a rare find because campers can wander inland for a true rainforest experience or simply venture outward into an oceanic abyss.
The national park is perfect for trekking, bird watching, walking, fishing, boating and photography.
2. BANJARA CAMPS, SANGLA, INDIA
“If there is one place on the face of this Earth where all the dreams of living men have found a home from the very earliest days when Man began the dream of existence, the place is India.”
- Romain Rolland
The Sangla Valley, located at a height of 8900 feet, is part of Kinnaur. It is a picturesque drive through winding mountain roads with the Sutlej surging furiously across the valley. From the turnoff at Karcham to the majestic Chung Sakhago pass, the Sangla Valley – along the Baspa River – is about 95 kms long. As the spectacular vistas unfold – the meandering river, verdant conifer slopes, emerald Rolling Meadows, apple and chilgoza orchards, quaint villages, the magnificent snow-clad Kinner Kailash ranges are visible.
The Banjara camps offer a culturally rich and awe-inspiring experience. Situated near the Tibetan border and the Himalayan Mountains, campers will have access to remote villages, monasteries and famous sites like the Bering Nag Temple and the Kamru Fort where rajas were once crowned. Here, you can witness and experience life untainted by the chaos of the city.
3. GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, WEST GLACIER, MONT
The Glacier National Park offers one of the most picturesque settings for all campers. With 13 campgrounds and more than 740 miles worth of trails, here you can explore the beauty of ice-capped mountains, bright meadows and expansive lakes during any season of the year.
Come and experience Glacier’s pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and the spectacular lakes. With over 700 miles of trails, Glacier is a hiker’s paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude. Relive the days of old through historic chalets, lodges, transportation and stories of Native Americans.
Discover the wonderful Glacier National Park and enjoy the paradise!
4. DRYBECK FARM, CUMBRIA, United Kingdom
Drybeck farm is in a little known but truly beautiful corner of Cumbria, on the banks of the idyllic River Eden.
Drybeck Farm is a 20-minute walk from the village of Armathwaite, which has a station on the world famous Settle-Carlisle Railway line.
For a truly unique camping experience, try one of the farm’s two yurts, each of which is outfitted with its own wood-burning stove and accommodations up to six people. If that is still too primitive, the site also offers a cozy “Gypsy Caravan,” perfectly situated within the sight of calm river waters.
5. BRAZOS BEND STATE PARK, NEEDVILLE, TEXAS
Located thirty minutes from Houston, Texas’ largest city, the 4,897-acre park transports visitors to another world; that world is one in which the American alligator, the white-tailed deer, the raccoon and the bobcat reign supreme. Over 270 bird species have been observed within the park, making Brazos Bend a prime birding locale as well.
The Brazos Bend State Park is a camping expert’s heaven and a fish lover’s dream. Surrounded by six lakes, rugged hiking trails, and jungle-like swamps, this park offers areas to fish, picnic, and bike and even horse ride.
After visiting these places, most of us will really enjoy the concept of camping — sleeping under the stars, becoming one with nature and toasting marshmallows over the campfire.