A recent poll by CensusWide has shown an increase in interest from younger generations, voicing a strong concern for the well-being of nature and a desire to get more involved in the outdoors.
Glamping is about enjoying the environment and natural living for what it is, untouched, unique spaces that we can all appreciate. So the news that the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has recorded the majority of shoppers in the UK now being concerned more with helping to preserve the ocean’s seafood population than they are with the price and brand of their seafood when it comes to purchases was something that helps the effort as a whole.
This Monday (25th July) marks the start of National Parks Week. This is a time when the National Parks around the UK, which can be found near several of our yurt holiday and other glamping abode locations, hold an annual celebration in recognition of all things that make these magnificent spaces that are on offer so great!
So why not join in the celebrations and discover a little more about what makes our National Parks just so unique and wonderful?
Here at Quality Unearthed, we love activities that tie in with our luxury camping UK holidays and that includes foraging. We have previously covered this before, but now that the summer is in full swing, we thought that we would give you some more great edible plant options that can be found among the local woodlands and hedgerows not only near our glamping spots, but near where you live too!
So here’s four tasty natural treats for you to forage for, and we’ve even got some information on how you can cook them so that you need not fret about getting it wrong. Bon apetit, and happy foraging, folks!
It may have technically been around for hundreds of years, but glamping has only just really hit the mainstream in the last half a decade or so. However, since this time, it’s safe to say that it’s well and truly on the map in terms of holidaying options, with the recent news that 25 million Brits are planning to staycation this year reinforcing this. And so it comes as little surprise that the Oxford English Dictionary has finally included glamping, along with 999 new words, in its database.
Did you know you can see a galaxy 2½ million light-years away without the assistance of any form other than your very own, unaided eyes? So when you’re on a glamping Wales break, or anywhere with a lack of light pollution for that fact, take advantage of this by heading outside, getting comfy and gazing up at the night’s sky.
We think that summer is the perfect time to get outside and go exploring, with plenty of daylight hours, the warmth of the sunshine and one of the drier seasons there is no excuse not to! Take a look at just seven of the fantastic reasons we think you should go outside and experience the wonders of nature this summer: