The wonders of glamping are to be experienced at a resort in the Outback of Australia by Prince William and Kate Middleton. We know how great this kind of accommodation can be. Glamping Wales is a superb option for people who can’t take the option to visit the Outback of Australia like the royals but the experience can be just the same!
To finish off Prince William and Kate Middleton’s memorable visit to Australia’s iconic Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, the royal couple will spend the night at Longitude 131°, an exclusive tented glamping resort with fifteen high-end pavilions, each with a stunning view of Uluru.
All 15 of the luxury suites which are canvas-topped are peppered around the red dunes at the entrance to Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park. Anyone who’s been on this kind of holiday in the UK will know from their own experience just how sensational it will be for the royals who to glamp under the stars, albeit in the Outback.
In the true style of glamping this resort invites guests to enjoy the spiritual heart of its location, in this case Australia, with the utmost of luxury. The tents come with wall-length windows offering uninterrupted and unparalleled views of the north side of Uluru, which bears natural markings that are a mark of the local heritage and cultural of the local Anangu people. Draped canvas roofs conjure thoughts of Arabian Nights, while the interior comforts offer home luxuries of supremely comfortable bedding, spotless bathrooms and tiled floors.
If you are tempted to go glamping but on a staycation level then look no further than our glamping accommodation, you’ll be pleasantly surprised as to just how similar the standard of glamping is from our accommodation- just take a look for yourself!