This Safari-Themed Glamping Tent Has Endless Desert Views In Utah
It's on the border of Zion too.
Glamping is the only type of camping we want to be doing. And if you agree, then you should check out this glamping spot in Utah. It has amazing views and is only a short trip away from Zion National Park.
Under Canvas has a variety of luxury tents you can choose, including everything from standard safari tents to ultra-luxe suites. It'll feel like a home away from home but better.
Prices start at $179 per night and go up from there depending on the date of your stay and the tent you choose.
If you're traveling with your significant other, there are romantic options like the Stargazer tent. The price starts from $299 a night and features a panoramic window above the king-sized bed where you can see all of the beautiful nature views.
Who doesn't want to cuddle and stargaze with their love?
If you're planning a BFFs trip, you can also opt for a suite to share with friends. They can sleep between 4 - 7 people and prices start at $339. If you're splitting the cost, that's less than $100 per person.
If you thought it couldn't get better, think again. On those chilly desert nights, you can cuddle up by the fire pit and snack on some yummy s' mores. Is it considered camping without them?
On-site, there's daily housekeeping, dining, complimentary things to do at camp, and more. And only a short ways away, is Zion.
There are plenty of hiking trails and things to see while you're there. Maybe you'll get to see some Big Horned Sheep!
There are still some dates available to book this year until December 2. If you plan on visiting in 2020, reservations will be between March 12 - November 30.
After your glamping trip, it's worthwhile to take a drive up to Northern Utah. One of the coolest gems in the state is this. It's so picture-perfect.
Under Canvas Zion
Price per night: From $179 and up
Address: 3955 Kolob Terrace Road, Virgin, Utah
Why You Need To Go: It's located on the border of Zion + you'll get amazing desert views.
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