You Can Sleep In See-Through Bubbles Just 45 Minutes From Montreal
The ultimate camping trip!
Glamping is certainly taking over the love of camping, especially for millennials. Some of us like to rough it out, but some of us couldn't be bothered unless there is a phone charger near by. It's super fun to go glamping no matter what your interests are, especially when the place is this cool.
Part of the reason why so many people love glamping is because the insects are nowhere to be found. Also, is it just me, or does sleeping on the ground not sound fun at all? Several spots in Canada offer amazing camping as well as glamping experiences, but this one is like no other.
In Quebec, just 45 minutes from Montreal, all of your camping dreams can come true., which in English is translated to Feet on Ground, rents out the most unusual accommodations near Rawdon. They have a ton of different crazy options for you to sleep in, but here are the best ones:
- Tiny House Tipi
- Elf Nest
- Double Bubble
- Pleiades Bubble
Each option is so different, but we're here to talk about the bubbles. Have you ever slept in a bubble before?! Double Bubble sleeps four people, and Pleiades Bubble sleeps two people, but both are the same concept. Both have hot tubs, kitchens, outdoor fireplaces, and they're open throughout the year! So whether you're a summer or winter person, that shouldn't stop you.
According to their Facebook page, soon they will launch a mega bubble, which has room for 6 people! So instead of going with just your SO or best friend, you can go with so many other people and create such unique memories.
The price for the mega bubble has yet to be confirmed, but the rest of the accommodations range between $125 and $160 per night. Each of the bubbles are connected to a small cabin, which is where you can shower, cook, and use the bathroom. It should be noted that all of these accommodations are heated in the winter as well.
So what are you waiting for?! This is definitely a different camping experience, but it's one you'll never forget. For more information, visit their website here.