Here's the truth: camping is not for everyone. Until recently, I was convinced that there is no middle ground. The world is divided into two types of people: those who advocate the freedom to travel, have their own camping gear (and enjoy the pleasure of sleeping under the stars, having a portable home and sleeping wherever they are) and on the other hand, those who escape all the discomforts of sleeping in a tent (because, let's face it, not everyone can go to the bathroom in the wild, or endure the humid environment of non-stop rain, or sometimes having to deal with the war of ants, sand and countless natural elements. But, just as in travel, in life, not everything is black and white. Over the years, there has been a growing trend called glamping - also known as "luxury camping" or "glamorous camping" - that tries to combine all the best camping methods (nature, the experience of sleeping away from the city, the tranquility of the environment) with everything that a traditional campsite lacks: undisputed comfort, safety from the weather, creativity at bedtime.
A different way to enjoy nature
As I said at the beginning of the post, traditional camping is not for everyone. Even those of us who like to sleep under the stars, we all know that it's not always that simple, and camping can sometimes be exhausting. For the former, glamping is the solution: For us, it's a kind of whimsy, a way to escape the tent without giving up nature.
Waking up 5 meters above sea level, with incredible views and a tranquility that you can only discover in a unique environment. That is the goal of the Dehesa Experience. Don't you know us yet?