Glamping in Brazil

Glamping in Brazil

Perhaps you have never heard of that term, but the so-called glamping has been gaining more and more followers in the world. For those who love nature and looking for a differentiated and more comfortable accommodation alternative than the classic camp, glamping appears as an excellent option. The name comes from the combination of “camping” + “glamor” and I know it may seem strange, but this category is already quite successful in some places in the world like South Africa, Thailand, United States…
Despite the higher prices, the infrastructure and charm of these places attract a lot of attention. In countries where the category is already more established, there are very luxurious and perfect glampings for a trip for two.

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Tents, bungalows, huts, tents … Even without a defined location, the experience of staying in a glamping is certainly much more comfortable than that of staying in a traditional camp. In addition, this type of accommodation usually has a more sustainable footprint and this attracts many tourists.
Here in Brazil the market is not yet consolidated and the places that fit into this category may not be as luxurious as in other parts of the world, but there are, yes, good options for those who want to enjoy this experience ?

Parador Casa da Montanha – State of Rio Grande do Sul


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I believe that Parador Casa da Montanha is the most well-known glamping in Brazil and it is no wonder. The proposal of the sustainable wooden huts overlooking the fields of the Aparados da Serra Park and the Camarinhas River is incredible.

Photo – Sideboard Casa da Montanha (Disclosure)

In addition to the super-punchy and perfect accommodations to enjoy a few days in winter, the Parador is the most luxurious glamping in the country and has a cinema, jacuzzi, sauna and even spa by L’Occitane.

Mangarito – Sao Paulo


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Mangarito is located in Iporanga, in the interior of the state of São Paulo, and is the perfect alternative for those who live in the capital and want to have more contact with nature. Glamping is about a 5 hour drive from the city of São Paulo and is surrounded by the Atlantic Forest. There are over 300 caves in the region where you can even find rock art.

Photo – Mangarito (Disclosure)

In addition to the tours, the place is very welcoming and reserved (it has only two huts). Although small, the infrastructure of the “rooms” is good and has a heater, air conditioning, wi-fi … The restaurant (photo above) is also a charm.

Rancho do Peixe – Ceará


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Looking for an option on the coast? Rancho do Peixe is one of the most recommended places. The place is in Praia do Preá, very close to Jericoacoara. In addition to being a quieter region than the neighboring “Jeri”, the cabins at Rancho are literally on the beach.

Photo – Rancho do Peixe (Disclosure)

The place is perfect for those who want to spend a few days relaxing or practicing kitesurfing and windsurfing. The place also has a restaurant, bar, pizzeria and spa. It can’t get any better, right?

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