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The three twin tents feature two large camping beds for up to two guests, whereas the safari tent can accommodate up to four guests with four beds. Guests are kept snug and dry with tent fly sheets that protect against tropical downpours that may come during the wet season. The tents share a bathroom facility with two cold showers and a self-composting toilet.
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There is a well-stocked mini-bar for glampers to help themselves to, and they can enjoy the snacks on one of the two covered decks and look over the stunning sea views. Glampers can also watch the sunset with a glass of champagne with hors d'oeuvre before dinner to start their evening off right.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided for guests, and they can enjoy them in the covered dining area with overhead fans. The continental breakfast consists of a variety of coffees, a large selection of tea, and fruit juices. Every lunch is served with a fruit platter and freshly baked bread. At dinner, glampers can enjoy a two-course meal, which includes freshly caught fish and a delicious desert.
Tucked away on a remote tropical island, this eco-beach glamping site is just an hour north by boat from Nhulunbuy, in Northern Australia. Bremer Island is known for world-class fishing and a number of bird species, making up one of the many beautiful islands in the Arafura Sea off the Gove Peninsula. Wedged between sand dunes and two magnificent beaches, this Australian glamping site is particularly special for turtle watching, as turtles dig their eggs on the beach right in front of the property during nesting season.
Nature lovers, explorers, and fishermen will all enjoy glamping on the beach at this eco-friendly site in Australia. Guests can book a cultural tour to experience the culture and traditions of the Yolngu, the community of indigenous Australians who inhabit the island. The Yolngu men often teach visitors about their fishing culture, the ultimate activity in this area due to the large variety of species swimming near the island. Glampers can go fishing with the Yolngu men after learning how to make a traditional spear for catching fish. Visitors can also benefit from learning about the traditional art of the Yolngu women, who teach the traditional painting of shells, as well as guiding guests on hunting and gathering excursions. Animal lovers will appreciate the wildlife activities, including bird watching tours, and turtle watching trips.