Nightfall Wilderness Camp - Australia
There's glamping, and there's Nightfall Wilderness Camp: three huge lavish safari tents encompassed by rainforest, adjacent to a flawless brook in a spot that is classified "The Lost World." This is one of Australia's definitive escapes that I remained at.
The three substantial tents are covered up in the bushland on a slope over the camp — ridged iron camps the primary lounge, which bases on a fireplace and long shared table.
It's all very rustic, but comfortable, with sofas and colorful cushions to take the harsh edges off. The tents are furnished with collected items from antique stores. It's very personal and thoughtful. I loved it.
Every one of the three large hand-constructed tents is situated for security, encompassed by wild and birds chirping. There are lighting and a fridge (stocked with a bottle of bubbles and a platter of nibbles that I had when I arrived), flush toilets and rainwater showers.
Everything's tactile: old timber floors, hand-carved stone basins, and fluffy woolen blankets.
With a map and some advice, I quickly explored a couple of places on my own, including the impressive Larapinta Falls. I took a hike to the 1937 crash site of a Stinson aircraft in Lamington National Park. It was a challenging but extremely rewarding hike. I got to see lots of wildlife and beautiful landscapes!
I would highly recommend going to the Nightfall Wilderness Camp if you have the opportunity. I have never been at a resort like this. It didn’t feel at all like a normal resort, it was more like a nature adventure. I will definitely be returning to the Nightfall Wilderness Camp when I come back to Australia next year!