Are you considering expanding your tourism business or starting a new one? Have you heard of glamping but don’t know exactly what it is and whether you should try it with glamping tents or mobile homes? It’s a dilemma faced by many who own campgrounds, hotels or other tourism businesses. The popularity of glamping is now a fact and it is a way to attract a new audience of visitors than the ones you have had before. So if you’re wondering which to choose read on 4 reasons why you should choose glamping tents instead of mobile homes.
Glamping is more popular than ever
Glamping is one of the hottest trends in the travel industry. More and more people are trying out luxury camping to enjoy the comforts of home while camping at the same time. But you don’t just have to take our word for it, with a little research on glamping you’ll see for yourself that it makes good business sense.
Build a welcoming and attractive space
First impressions count and as an owner you want your site to be as attractive as possible – this can make the difference between a guest choosing to stay with you or going elsewhere. Safari tents and glamping lodges are sophisticated, elegant and more attractive than old containers, caravans or empty pitches.
Higher return on your investment
What does a safari tent cost? You can buy a standard safari tent at a relatively low price, starting at around 7.000€. And, as the demand for glamping holidays is high, you’ll soon see a return on your investment. Visitors are also willing to pay more for glamping than for a basic campsite or caravan. If you want to make the experience really special, add extra services like a fire pit, hot tub, BBQ and bikes for guests to rent, so you get extra income too.
Guests are looking for luxury with the least amount of environmental interference
Glamping has become a global trend and the market is expected to be worth $5 billion by 2025, Bloomberg reports. An increase in the number of travelers looking to relax by connecting with nature but in luxury accommodations is driving this growth. Glamping tents are not permanent structures and if removed they leave no footprint on the environment ensuring that they do not affect the flora and fauna in question.
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