With luxury glamping, you can enjoy the great outdoors without feeling transported back to a time when people could only wish for the comforts we have now.
The question is what products to bring with you for the best experience! Although no two people have all the same preferences, we bet everyone will agree on our suggestions.
Keep reading to learn about our favorite ten essential items for a luxury glamping trip (plus a bonus item we just couldn’t resist including).
1. WHITEDUCK Regatta Canvas Bell Tent
Nature is easier to appreciate when you’re warm and comfortable, which is why a great tent is the first priority for any luxury glamping trip. The WHITEDUCK Regatta Canvas Bell Tent is a perfect example!
Fashioned from shelter duck canvas, the tent is highly durable and resistant to water and fire damage, making it useful for camping in all seasons and climates.
The interior boasts ample space for campers, furniture, and luggage with a 13-foot diameter floor, and walls that reach 31 inches tall. There’s also a zippered entry through which to slip power cords.
2. Helinox Cot One Convertible
Lots of campers plan to sleep on the ground. When luxury glamping, however, the point is to maximize your comfort outside. Take things up a notch–and off the ground–with the Helinox Cot One Convertible!
A little more than half a foot in height, this cot comes with a cushy pad so that you have a soft, pliable spot to sleep. The pad is also insulated, meaning that it will retain heat to help you stay warm no matter the weather or time of year. Plus, it’s simple to set up and fold, so when you’re not using it, tuck it away to give yourself more space in the tent.
3. Solo Stove Bonfire
No luxury glamping trip would be complete without roasting marshmallows, hot dogs, or other food items over a fire. However, there’s much less charm in dealing with smoke, messing with torches or matches, or cleaning up the mess afterward.
Use a Solo stove bonfire instead! Although you need sticks or logs for fuel, the bonfire is designed to light up easily and produce a smokeless fire. The ashtray inside catches all the debris from the fuel and anything else that you burn; all you have to do is dump the contents on the ground when you’re done.
4. Yeti Trailhead Camp Chair
When relaxing around the bonfire, talking with your campmates, or observing the beauty of nature, you need a nice place to sit. There are always boulders, logs, and maybe benches. For luxury glamping, though, your body deserves the Yeti Trailhead camp chair!
Yeti is famous for its quality camping equipment, and this chair is no exception. The material is flexible enough to conform to your body and tough enough to remain durable in rough weather. To accommodate all kinds of bodies and sitting positions, the chair is designed to be spacious and ergonomic.
Since it folds so easily, you can carry it to other places you want to visit during your trip, like beaches or rivers. The cup holder gives you easy access to your beverage of choice no matter where your luxury glamping trip takes you.
5. Outwell Fuji Electric Camping Heater
After putting out the fire, you still need something to keep the campsite warm and cozy, especially when the temperatures drop at night. Depending on the time of year, the air could be chilly during the day, too. That’s where the Outwell Fuji electric camping heater comes in!
The halogen bulbs emit plenty of warmth and light, and with a sturdy lantern hook, you can hang one from the top of your tent. This reduces the risk of the bulbs igniting or melting your belongings, there’s no chance that someone will get injured from tripping on it, and since it operates electrically, you don’t have to worry about carbon monoxide poisoning from gas heaters. This heater is the safest way to go luxury glamping!
6. Voited Recycled Ripstop Outdoor Camping Blanket
A good blanket can be your best friend when luxury glamping. It keeps you cozy while sleeping, makes a crisp morning more pleasant when wrapped around your shoulders, and can be used as a spot to meditate, have picnics, lay on the beach, or play games. The Voited Recycled Riptop outdoor camping blanket is just what you need!
Insulated, breathable, and resistant to liquid, this blanket can keep you feeling toasty while shielding you from moisture and precipitation, and it’s unlikely to be stained by spills or dirt. It can also become a lush pillow for resting your head. Get more than one, and you could make a big enough spread so that you can snuggle with a loved one!
As a bonus, it’s made from recycled plastic. What better way to demonstrate your appreciation for nature than luxury glamping with sustainable materials?
7. Camp Chef Deluxe Outdoor Oven & Stove
Luxury glamping means that you should be able to eat as well at your campsite as you do at home. You can’t bring your whole kitchen with you, but you can get close with the Camp Chef Deluxe outdoor oven and stove!
Capable of propane gas for up to seven hours, the stovetop comes with a windscreen that prevents the breeze from putting out the flames. It can also assist with keeping pests and debris off your food. The burners are large enough to hold most pots, kettles, pans, and skillets.
With an oven that fits a 9×13 pan and cranks up to 400°F, there’s hardly anything you can’t bake. Plus, you can keep it on at the same time as the stove, shortening the time it takes to cook a full-course meal and/or dessert.
8. Presto Nomad Traveling Slow Cooker
Would you rather feel free to do other activities while your meal cooks itself? Slow cookers come in handy for that, and they’re not just for houses; you can also take them on a luxury glamping trip. The Presto Nomad traveling slow cooker is made for that very purpose!
Though it functions the same as a traditional slow cooker, this model comes with a handle that lets you pack and carry it easily. With a glass window and white board, you can make sure everyone knows what delicious food awaits them inside. Use the medium or high heat settings to cook and the low setting to simmer. When you’re done, just remove the pot and/or cover and wash them off.
9. Dometic CFX3 55IM
Let’s not forget that you have to store your ingredients, snacks, leftovers, and drinks so that they don’t get lost or rot prematurely. Sure, you could use a standard cooler for that, but wouldn’t a fridge be better for luxury glamping?
Consider the Dometic CFX3 55IM! You don’t have to replenish the ice or worry about your things getting wet; this portable fridge just needs a power outlet to keep your food and drinks usable. There are even separate sections for the cooler, freezer, and icemaker. It will be just like using your fridge at home.
10. Goal Zero Yeti 1500x Power Station
Of course, you need a reliable power source to keep all your lights and appliances running. After all, your luxury glamping trip won’t feel so luxurious if you lose power. With that in mind, invest in the Goal Zero Yeti 1500x Power Station.
Equipped with 2000W AC (3500W Surge) inverter and promising up to 1,516 Watt hours, this power station is among the strongest available on the market. You can cook, use electronics, keep the lights on, and run the heater all at the same time with the power station’s assistance. Also, since the solar panels gather energy from the sun, you rarely need to worry about losing power.
Our Bonus Pick: Demerbox DB2 Indestructible Bluetooth Speaker
Do you love watching movies, playing video games, or listening to music while luxury glamping? Quality sound would enhance your experience. Get a Demerbox DB2 Indestructible Bluetooth speaker for that!
Although the crisp, clear, sound alone makes this speaker worth your money, it’s clearly built for the outdoors. The port plug protects the speaker from moisture, including both rain and bodies of water. In fact, it’s so durable that you can expect to use it for years. You can recharge it anywhere with its USB port, and the charge lasts 40 hours.
Set Yourself Up for Luxury Glamping Success!
Gathering all the best supplies is essential to any luxury glamping trip. However, this list is just the start to everything you should know in order to become a glamping expert!
If you also want advice on where to go and what to do, read all our posts about glamping.