Camping is an outdoor recreational activity. The participants leave urban areas and enjoy nature while spending one or several nights outdoors, usually at a campsite. Camping may involve the use of a tent, caravan, cabin, a primitive structure, or no shelter at all. In many parts of the world camping refers exclusively to the use of tents or similar portable structures. Camping as a recreational activity became popular in the early 20th century. Camping is a key part of the program of many youth organizations around the world, such as Scouting. It is used to teach self-reliance and team work. Campers mostly prefer the national parks, open areas in midst of nature, a hill top, mountain sides and other publicly owned natural areas. Locations are most important in a camping. Here is a list of top ten camping locations around the world.
1. Three Cliffs Bay, Gower
Three Cliffs Bay is a bay on the south coast of the Gower Peninsula in the City and County of Swansea, Wales. The bay takes its name from the three sea cliffs that jut out into the bay. Pennard Pill, a small stream, flows into the sea in the middle of the bay. The sea cliffs are limestone, about 20 m high, and are a popular destination for rock climbers with 20 climbs in the lower grades. The largest of the Three Cliffs is easily climbed if approached from the grassy base. The major attraction of this site is its spectacular position, which offers panoramic views of the Gower coastline.
2. Turner Hall Farm, Cumbria
Turner Hall Farm is located in the Lake District’s lesser-visited Duddon Valley. It is actually not that far from civilisation, but it feels like the Middle of Nowhere, given the journey there. The most spectacular way to arrive at Turner Hall Farm is to drive over the Wrynose Pass, a tortuous zigzag of a road, often single-track, frequently hair pinned and always threatening to throw your car down the steep sides of the hill with one wrong move. It’s an exhilarating drive that matches some of the best Lake District walks, view for view.
3. Brighouse Bay, Dumfries and Galloway
Brighouse Bay is one of Scotland’s top environmental Parks, Brighouse Bay is set in a quiet and secluded peninsula, with magnificent views over the Irish Sea and surrounded by 1,200 acres of great walking country, and Brighouse Bay is set in a quiet, secluded peninsula, with magnificent views over the Irish Sea. The award-winning holiday park offers a swimming pool, toddlers’ pool, games room, ten-pin bowling, and playground, toddlers’ corner, bar, bistro, family room and function suite.
4. Le Val De Cantobre, Aveyron, France
The Le Val De Cantobre is a nature park surrounded by the river La Dourbie. The Grands Causses Regional Park encompasses some of France’s most spectacular landscapes, including the Gorges du Tarn. This park campsite, in the grounds of a medieval farmhouse, has pitches arranged on terraces looking down the valley, and there is a full activity programme available.
5. Four Seasons Tented Camp, Golden Triangle, Thailand
This is a beautiful location situated in Thailand. This is an exotic bamboo jungle, where three countries meet. You can enjoy hours interacting with elephants; training and trekking. This is an once-in-a-lifetime experience for active adults and teens. It has got 15 tented accommodations all different and unique in luxury, completed with hand-hammered copper bathtubs – echo the romantic spirit of 19th-century explorers. All-inclusive Four Seasons adventures cover every detail, from drinks and dining to river boat excursions to meet local hill tribes.