You Can Glamp In Safari-Like Tents In The Middle Of The Arizona Desert
It's only 25-minutes away from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
There's no shortage of beautiful places to see in the Grand Canyon State. Especially when the state park is filled with so many hidden gems. If you want to glamp in the middle of the desert in Arizona, you can.
Under Canvas is the ultimate glamping oasis near the Grand Canyon. It features safari-themed tents that will give you major Indiana Jones vibes.
There are many different luxury tents to choose from depending on what you're looking for. The Stargazer tent is perfect for a romantic getaway with your SO.
It has a window above the bed, so you can stargaze the night away and a private deck if you prefer to enjoy the cool desert air.
Prices start at $179 per night and can vary depending on when you plan your stay.
You can also rent a suite with an adjacent hive. It can sleep up to seven people and it's perfect for a getaway with friends.
It costs around $464 a night. That's only $66 per person.
Inside, you'll find it has a private ensuite bathroom, private deck, and an adjacent hive that can sleep up to two people.
After an adventurous day away, you can go back to your tent and make s' mores by the fire pit or opt to dine onsite. There's a variety of menu options ranging from pan-roasted trout to veggie breakfast burritos.
Currently, there are dates available for 2020 between April 9 - November 16. Whether you're a glamping enthusiast or just love a good desert vacay, this spot is perfect for you.
And if you're looking for a new adventure to go on, you can try. It has amazing multi-colored walls that make for a perfect backdrop.
Under Canvas Luxury Tents
Price per night: $179 and up
Address: 979 Airpark Lane, Valle, Arizona
Why You Need To Go: You can stay in a safari-like tent + visit one of the world's natural wonders.
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