Camping is not everyone's thing - although it can be great fun getting in touch with nature, the process of camping can take some getting used to. Not everyone has the patience to set up tents, take down tents, and really get into the nitty gritty of camping!\nWe have found the perfect solution for those who are totally not a fan of camping. All of these locations in British Columbia specialise in 'glamping' - for those who aren't familiar with the term, this refers to 'glamorous camping'. With all of them located in the heart of the outdoors, you can still enjoy the wilderness without compromising your comfort!\nWoods on Pender\nLocation: Pender Island\n@woodsonpenderembedded via\nWoods on Pender offers a unique, luxury camping experience on the beautiful Pender Island, where you can enjoy the tranquility of the forest and even spot some wild deer! You can experience the rustic outdoors whilst still staying in the comfort of an actual home, so those who aren't into camping can still enjoy!\nWya Point Resort\nLocation: Ucluelet\n@pacificyurtsembedded via\nWya Point Resort rests on pristine, private beaches and is just located a few kilometres outside of Ucluelet - just minutes away from the world famous Pacific Rim National Park. Enjoy the rugged, natural beauty of the west coast at this glamping site!\nRockwater Secret Cove Resort\nLocation: Sunshine Coast\n@sunshinecoastbcembedded via\nThis spot is a romantic seaside resort located on British Columbia's Sunshine Coast. The resort itself is beautiful and you may not even want to leave your room, but there are many activities to do in the area including hiking, biking, yoga, and water sports!\nClayoquot Wilderness Resort\nLocation: Tofino\n@jaclyngenoveseembedded via\nClayoquot Wilderness Resort is a privately owned tented safari on the edge of the world, where you can experience true luxury. With just 25 guest tents, visitors will receive full attention from staff - it is a true sanctuary!\nRiverside Resort\nLocation: Whistler\n@scarlet_deliriumembedded via\nWhistler has endless things to do regardless of the season, so head up to Riverside Resorts to stay in one of their log cabins! What better way to get into nature and experience what Whistler has to offer than in a beautiful rustic cabin?\nFree Spirit Spheres\nLocation: Vancouver Island\n@localwandererembedded via\nSet amongst the coastal rainforest on Vancouver Island, the Free Spirit Spheres is one of the most unique accomodations in the world. Sleep amongst the trees and find the peace and relaxation you've been looking for!\nSiwash Lake Wilderness Resort\nLocation: Cariboo\n@siwashlakeembedded via\nSiwash Lake Wilderness Resort is a top five-star luxury resort hidden in BC's remote interior - located halfway between the magnificent Rocky Mountains and Vancouver. The ranch is truly world class, and is a destination that is truly unique.\nSalty Pear B&B\nLocation: Salt Spring Island\n@localwandererembedded via\nThis bed and breakfast features a wood-burning barrel sauna that is not only picturesque, but will set your relaxation into full steam. There is no better way to relax than in a sauna that overlooks nature!\nHalfmoon Bay Treehouse Cottage\nLocation: Halfmoon Bay\nVia Glamping Hub\nEscape to the Sunshine Coast's Halfmoon Bay and stay at this beautiful house hidden in the forest - the perfect spot to retreat with your friends and get back in touch with nature!\nTin Poppy Retreat\nLocation: Okanagan\n@tin_poppyembedded via\nThe 160 acre property in Okanagan has four beautiful and unique vacation rentals, from houses perched high above the Shuswap River, to quiet forest cottages - there's something for everyone!\nWild Havens\nLocation: Pemberton\n@wildhavensglampingembedded via\nWild Havens is a pop-up mobile business that specialises in creating glamping experiences for customers - you choose your own location and Wild Havens will set everything up for you before you arrive! You can choose tents that sleep up to 6 people, so grab a group of friends and be at one with nature!