At glamping’s very core is the ability to have a unique, nature-based experience. Choosing an eco-friendly accommodation is the easiest way to align your vacation values with Mother Nature, and Glamping Hub has a plethora of options. Once you’ve found your ideal “green” destination, there’s one thing you absolutely must add to your packing list: the Luci Light.
These ingenious and environmentally-friendly lights are lightweight, making them easy to throw in your bag, and waterproof, making them practical for any glamping environment. In addition, these lights are also solar-powered, helping you easily align your glamping belongings with your eco-friendly rental.
What’s more? This week, for every purchase of a Luci Light, you’ll be entered to win a contest with Glamping Hub and MPOWERED. The top five winners will receive a $250 Glamping Hub gift certificate and a Luci Light, while the five runners-up will receive a $150 Glamping Hub gift certificate. Read on to see what top glamping sites we think would go great with your new Luci Light.
1. Tree House Suite at Eco-Friendly Glamping Retreat near Charlottesville, Virginia
This tree house suite near Charlottesville, Virginia, is already a fan of eco-friendly lighting—the entire accommodation is outfitted with LED lighting with a dimmer! However, this environmentally-friendly property doesn’t stop there. Their accommodations feature natural flooring, energy-efficient windows and doors with thermal shades and curtains, and green appliances, cleaning products, and toiletries. The hosts even do single-stream recycling and make compost for their garden using coffee grounds.
2. Eco-Friendly Tents on Organic Farm in Tulum, Mexico
Cozy up in one of these luxurious bell tents in Tulum, Mexico, which are nestled on an organic permaculture farm outside the hustle and bustle of the city. Perfectly suited for couples, these bell tents come with an outdoor table and chairs, where a romantic evening for two can be shared as your Luci Light casts a romantic hue over your glasses of wine.
3. Eco-Friendly Elevated Cabin Rental for Tree House Experience near Asheville
Let the sounds of the leaves blowing gently in the breeze lull you to sleep each night at this elevated cabin near Asheville, North Carolina—providing the ultimate tree house experience. Its sheer beauty aside, this environmentally-conscious accommodation puts forth a number of efforts in order to uphold its green status, including using recycled paper products or cloth alternatives; solar-powered outdoor lighting; non-toxic cleaning products; water-saving kitchen and bathroom fixtures; energy-saving windows; low-impact furnishings; and down comforters and renewable-resource linens. It even has a composting toilet!
4. Eco-Friendly Luxury Yurt Nestled in San Juan National Forest, Colorado
Get ready to explore under canopy of pine trees and stars at this luxury yurt nestled in the San Juan National Forest of Colorado. From eco-friendly toiletries to a gravity-fed wine barrel shower, this property also includes natural linen sheets to snuggle up in at night in its comfortable bed after a full day of outdoor adventures in the aforementioned National Forest. Before you hit the hay, though, take advantage of the yurt's deck for a rousing round of cards or story telling gathered around your Luci Light.
5. Eco-Friendly Ultra-Lightweight Travel Camper Accommodations in Southern California
Prepare for the road trip of a lifetime in one of these lightweight travel campers in Southern California! Outfitted with modern amenities, these quirky vintage caravans are both easy to maneuver, easy to tow, and can be towed with any vehicle, leaving your California adventure with no limits. They're even 100% solar powered. And you know that no matter where you set up your travel camper to explore, a Luci Light will come in handy, from curling up with a good book as the sun goes down to late-night strolls.
6. Remarkable Environmentally-Friendly Cabin in Secluded Woodlands near Pacific Ocean, Oregon
Tucked into the woodlands of Oregon, this remarkable cabin rental near the Pacific Ocean comes complete with hardwood floors made from the 104-year-old Douglas firs that stood where the accommodation now does, as well as a private natural swimming hole just 100 yards from the house and a wet or dry sauna. Set up an outdoor meal at the picnic table, gather around the property's fire pit, or kick back and watch for local wildlife as you perch on one of the outdoor benches—the possibilities are endless at this eco-friendly luxury cabin.