While staying at Shivirama, you have the option to indulge in outdoor activities like trekking, rock climbing, mountain biking, etc. besides the world famous paragliding in Bir Billing. You can also enjoy live music during the bonfire. Or simply laze around basking in the natural beauty of the place. There is also a private veranda for guests staying in the Swiss tents.
All the tents are fully insulated and have comfortable bedding and linens. Bathrooms are nicely placed with availability of hot water inside them.
Glamping, also known as luxury camping or glamorous camping, is that escape you’ve been meaning to take.
It is where stunning nature meets modern luxury, a way to experience the untamed and completely unique parts of the world—without having to sacrifice creature comforts. The way we travel has changed. No one wants a generic, one-size-fits-all vacation. We want to explore on our terms and immerse ourselves in local culture, and we no longer just want to simply witness nature—we want to live in it.
A fusion of glamour and camping, glamping is a way to authentically experience the most awe-inspiring locales around the world.
Imagine this: Amazing views, unique structures and secluded landscapes while you relax in comfortable beds, take luxurious bubble baths, enjoy on-site spas or even escape to your private haven.
It’s much more than a nice tent.
The glamping movement is growing, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. Across the globe, you’ll find incredible destinations, each offering their own unique advantages. You can wake up in a yurt on a mountaintop. Reside in the forest canopy in a treehouse. Take in the panoramic views in an eco-lodge. And that’s just to name a few. We'll make sure you get a camping experience like never before.
1. It helps with problem solving.
Sometimes camping and its associated activities present you with challenges (and some that not even Professor Google can reliably solve). Often these are challenges that you don’t deal with on a daily basis:
where and how to set up your tent; or how to deal with scenarios where you aren’t armed with all your mod-cons or items of familiarity.
New challenges and experiences keep your brain healthy, as they force you to think for yourself.
2. Camping is great for children’s education.
Following the above point, spending the night in a tent has a clear benefit for children. This is especially so in the modern age where many kids are more confident navigating their way around an iPad than they are navigating the inside of a tent.
Camping introduces children to a whole new world and asks of them an ability to overcome new problems and challenges – particularly if it’s raining or a little windy while camping.
3. Camping helps you sleep better.
It’s all to do with the increased use of artificial light in our daily lives and the fact that camping can help us to adjust to the natural light-dark cycle if we're given that chance. Receiving adequate sleep has long been touted as critical to our overall health and wellbeing. Plus, aren’t our partners and family members much easier to deal with when they’re not tired and grumpy?
4. It increases your vitamin D intake. (Obviously)
Camping provides you with the chance to spend more time in the sun (as long as your timing is right). And more time catching those rays means extra vitamin D, which has benefits for you.
5. Camping leads to increased exercise.
If your daily routine entails slaving away in an office or at home with the kids, chances are your opportunities to exercise are limited. The solution? Go camping. While camping, you will likely explore new surrounds; perhaps wandering through a nearby national park or even mountain climbing.
6. It makes you happier.
That’s right – camping goes a long way to improving your mood. It’s all to do with serotonin, that wonderful chemical our body produces that helps to make us happy. We’ve already touched on some factors that help the body create serotonin: more sunlight, more oxygen, and increased physical activity.