August 18, 2017
Plan a Glamping Trip: Tips and Essentials
Whoever said camping means roughing it was wrong. Gone are the days of fighting off pesky bugs and sleeping on the hard ground. Today’s camping, rather “glamping”, is all about mimosas and meditation.
Glamping, otherwise known as glamorous camping, is one of the newest and fastest growing trends in tourism. Glamping combines all of the outdoor elements of traditional camping, but eliminates the hassle. Unlike traditional camping, glamping does not require bulky, expensive equipment. Instead, glamping has all the amenities of a five-star hotel such as plush, cozy beds and modern kitchenettes.
Glamping is a great way to get in touch with Mother Nature without having to compromise modern luxuries. There are glamping sites scattered all around the United States, so you can pick what kind of setting you would like to take in. Glamping options range from beautiful oceanic oases to picturesque mountain sanctuaries.
Though glamping sites are oftentimes fully equipped, here is a list of some glamping essentials you will want to take with you:
- Your favorite KORBEL varietal
- Orange juice
- Ice bucket
- Picnic basket
- Korbel acrylic champagne flutes
- Battery-charged string lights
While you are enjoying taking the breathtaking views from the comfort of your glamping site, try a classic KORBEL mimosa.
4 oz.KORBEL California Champagne
4 oz.orange juice
Top orange juice with KORBEL into a large champagne flute.
Remember to drink Korbel California Champagne responsibly while relaxing in style in the great outdoors.