Where will your glamping getaway take you? Why not Australia? Blogger Megan of Lush to Blush was easily convinced that a glamping stay at these eco-friendly cottages in Bombah Point was the best way to dip her toes in glamping waters.
When taking breaks from traveling the world, capturing stunning photos, and bringing her experiences to life through her blog, she likes to enjoy a relaxing vacay, so we can see why this cottage escape was the best way to end her visit to Australia.
To read more about her visit and travels, check out her interview with Glamping Hub below:
Where are your favorite spots to travel?
I love traveling to places that are off the beaten path and aren't filled with tourists.
What is important to you in choosing a travel destination?
I honestly want to go everywhere, but some things that are important to me are friendly locals, rich culture, and good food!
What types of accommodations do you think make great summer spots?
I love anything tropical and beachy. Island life all the way!
How would you prefer to travel to your glamping destination?
I love renting cars and driving around in foreign countries. I think it's the best way to discover unique sites!
What do you look for when choosing an accommodation?
I really love places that are eco-friendly or that give back to the community. I also enjoy luxury, as I'm sure most people do, so my favorite places are those that combine the two.
What blogs do you read, websites do you look at to find more information, or people you consult on your destination before booking?
I don't like reading anything or consulting anyone before trips. I like to discover things on my own in an unbiased way!
What is your favorite part about planning a trip?
I honestly try not to plan too much ahead of time. My favorite thing is just going with the flow once I get to my destination. I don't like being tied down by anything, so I pretty much just plan where I'm staying (if that!) ahead of time and that's it!
For someone who is planning a glamping trip for the first time, what would your main piece of advice for them be?
Remember that it is a form of camping. Things aren't all glitz and glamor, but it's a great authentic way to experience a new place.