Secluded Luxury Tents in Nature Reserve within Sky Islands of Arizona

Safari tent in Patagonia, AZ

2 guests

8 reviews

There are two luxury tents at this nature reserve within the Sky Islands of Arizona—the Jaguar Camp and Ocelot Camp. The tents are located within a Mesquite Bosque (woodland) with sites so secluded that glampers won’t see other tourists in the area. This glamping site allows guests to disconnect, enjoy the wildlife, and relish in the peace and quiet of nature. These luxury tents are made of beautiful mustard-yellow canvas, and they sit atop a large Fir-wood platform. The tents measure 20 feet long, 14 feet wide, and 10 feet high. Both come with an incredibly comfortable and adjustable sleep number queen-size bed, cotton linens, and adjustable cooling fans. The private outdoor bathroom includes a hot and cold shower, a rustic copper sink, large/soft towels, and an indoor, state-of-the-art Incinerator toilet. Additionally, these luxury tents are equipped with rustic wooden furniture, energy-saving lights, a mesquite-fired wood stove, nature-based art, and a nature library. Both ends of the luxury tent have stylish mesh screen doors, allowing fresh air circulation to help regulate the temperature as desired, and ensuring that the local wild creatures stay outside.. In addition, glampers can access both ends of their luxury tent via retractable stairways that lead to the outdoor decks on each side of the platform—the perfect spot for a glass of wine or a good book! It is possible to also choose to relax in a spacious cotton hammock located in a private sitting area just outside the tent.

During guests glamping stay, they will have access to all 42 wild acres of the nature preserve, various nature trails spread throughout the reserve, the 2,000-square-foot Sky Islands Discovery Center, organic gardens, an organic orchard, wildlife ponds, and much more.

Located near the luxury tents, glampers will easily access both dining and lounging areas, where they can enjoy beautiful views and delicious organic home-cooked meals. Also on site is a lovely café where there are opportunities to savor organic smoothies, teas, and other delicious beverages, as well as appetizing organic snacks throughout the day.

Breakfast is included in the booking rate.

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Features and services

Most popular features

  • Breakfast included

  • National Park

  • Swimming

  • Wildlife watching

  • barbecue

    Shared Barbecue

  • Spa

  • Bathroom

  • Parking

  • Fire pit

  • Deck/Patio

  • hammock


  • kayak


  • Horseback riding

  • Bicycle rental

  • Restaurant

  • Shower

  • Fan

  • table

    Dining table

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Where you will stay

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Patagonia, Arizona

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Scenic views
  • Coronado National Memorial
    35 miles straight-line distance
    56 kilometers straight-line distance

This beautiful glamping site in southeast Arizona is set on a private 42-acre nature sanctuary, located in the heart of Arizona’s gorgeous Sky Islands region amidst a secluded and engaging Mesquite Woodland. This site is unique, with interwoven goals of providing first-rate glamping, offering a wide spectrum of nature adventures, and practicing and promoting conservation of the spectacular Sky Islands. The site is set within the rolling hills between Santa Rita and the Patagonia Mountains—truly a nature lover's paradise. Here guests will find the land filled with beautiful woodlands, dry creek beds, secluded canyons, and lovely grasslands. This region in the southeast corner of Arizona boasts some of the country’s highest biodiversity. Guests will enjoy amazing luxuries while in the embrace of the earth at this unique eco-lodge, surrounded by over 9000 acres of pristine and remote wilderness. Their stay will be enhanced by the songs of countless birds, the haunting call of a gray hawk, and the raucous cacophony of cavorting ravens. There are miles of nature trails at the sanctuary where guests will have the chance to see some of the spectacular local wildlife including birds and rare Mexican specialties, whitetail deer, mule deer, collared peccary, mountain lions, bobcats, coyotes, grey foxes, raccoons, white-tailed coati, ringtails, American badgers, four species of skunks, jackrabbits, and many other mammals, as well as three species of rattlesnakes, and the rare and elusive coral snake.
Activities near Patagonia
  • Swimming

  • Horseback riding

  • Biking

  • kayak


  • Climbing

  • Wine tasting

  • Meditation

  • Yoga

  • Wildlife watching

There is a plethora of exciting activities to choose from when glamping at this stunning eco-lodge in southeast Arizona. Glampers can choose from a diverse menu of incredible nature adventures, day and evening programs, hands-on workshops, nature retreats, and various exciting off-site trips to stunning wilderness areas. These are all aimed at helping glampers understand the unique biodiversity of the Sky Islands region. These types of learning opportunities are ever-present at the nature sanctuary, as well as during off-site adventures.

The different retreats and activities offered by this glamping site allow a true escape for weary and adventurous travelers alike. Glampers will have a genuine opportunity to be immersed in nature as they enjoy several miles of winding trails near the glamping site that snake their way through lowlands, highlands, arroyos, and canyons. When making a booking request, please inquire about the various activities that will provide a rare chance to connect with stunning and pristine wilderness areas during this excellent glamping vacation.

There are also a wide range of nature destinations. Kartchner Caverns State Park offers safe cave-viewing opportunities. Coronado National Memorial’s mountain setting chronicles early Spanish explorations of Arizona. Parker Canyon Lake provides excellent swimming and hiking options. The Pajarita Wilderness beckons with the mysterious confines of Sycamore Canyon. Glampers can also see pronghorns and prairie dogs in the wild at Las Cienagas Conservation Area. The list truly goes on and on, guests will never struggle for activities to partake in while staying at these luxury tents.
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Things to know

Arrival and departure

  • Check-in: 11:00 AM

  • Check-out: 11:00 AM

House rules

  • No infants allowed
    Under 2 years old

  • No children allowed
    2-12 years old

  • No pets allowed

  • No smoking

  • No parties

  • No events

  • Some spaces are shared

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One of the underlying philosophies of this property is to promote environmental practices that will help lower the use of power, water, fuel, and produce minimum waste. This reduces the property's ecological footprint, which is the total of all actions of the site on the environment. One of the hosts' key goals is zero waste, which is achieved by recycling all materials back into nature or the marketplace in a manner that protects the environment and the pristine ecosystems surrounding the property.

At this property, they follow strict green guidelines to ensure that guests are staying in safe, non-toxic, and resource-efficient accommodations.

Here are some of the environmentally friendly practices that guests embrace:

- The hosts only use natural, non-toxic cleaning agents and biodegradable laundry detergent.

- 100% cotton sheets, towels, and napkins are available instead of wasteful paper products. The hosts promote towel and sheet re-use to reduce water consumption.

- All the showers and sinks are set up for gray-water recycling, allowing the reuse of all bath and kitchen water for the surrounding trees & plants.

- The hosts provide bulk organic and biodegradable soap and amenities instead of individual packages to reduce waste.

- The stainless steel incinerator toilets are energy-efficient.

- The hosts use renewable energy sources like solar & passive solar.

- All the fans at the property are energy-efficient (no air-conditioning) and there is energy-efficient lighting.

- The cuisine includes organic, home-grown, and local food with wild seasonal treats. There are organic gardens to offer healthy home cooked meals for guests. The organic orchard offers peaches, apricots, pomegranate, and apples.

- All food scraps are composted.

- The hosts reduce, reuse, and recycle all glass, plastic, carton, aluminum, and paper. They only use non-disposable dishes and glasses instead of wasteful paper products.

- The property is a non-smoking, and drug-free environment.

- No pets of any type are allowed.

- Minimal noise levels are required to reduce the auditory impact on sensitive wildlife species.

This glamping site provides the perfect opportunity to sit back, relax, and disconnect. While cell phone service may work in certain areas of the nature sanctuary, guests are encouraged to simply leave devices in the luxury tent for the duration of the stay. Of course, devices aren't prohibited, there are plenty of standard American outlets inside the luxury tents. Special accommodations can be made upon request to access the internet during guests stay at the nature sanctuary.

Double occupancy is $200 USD per night, and it includes breakfast. The rate for single occupancy is $150 USD per night, also with breakfast included. Also, guests should keep in mind that there is a 10% discount for two nights or more.

Finally, there is a $10 environmental fee per person, per stay at the nature sanctuary. Remember, no food is allowed inside the luxury tents because it may attract animals. Guests are welcome to bring their own wine.
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