Are you looking for somewhere spectacular to camp, some picture-perfect nature solitude, or just want a night to remember? From the wilds of Australia,  the rock formations of Utah’s Bryce Canyon to the wonderland of Lake Wanaka in New Zealand – here are some of our most magnificent camping spots to spend an unforgettable night under canvas. So what are you waiting for? Book your holiday and go on a road trip. Don’t forget to set up your tent, lace up your hiking boots, and enjoy the great outdoors.

Northern Territory, Australia


Located near the centre of Australia, Ayers Rock’s majestic beauty sits right in the middle of the national park and just 335kms southwest of Alice Springs. Campers will enjoy walking the base of Uluru and delight in hearing bird calls.  How about riding a camel on a sunset tour?  This place makes for the perfect nature retreat. Hike away the weekend and pitch your tent for an opportunity to get a taste of the wilderness. Need I say more? Of course, a road trip adventure is not complete without a campervan. If you are looking to get away, it makes perfect sense to book a campervan hire in Alice Springs with VroomVroomVroom. Immerse yourself in this laid-back and relaxing town. Make sure to book early so you can enjoy big savings.

Lake Wanaka, New Zealand


Considered by some to be the most spectacular place to explore by motorhome and campervan, Lake Wanaka is one of the most popular holiday destination in New Zealand , with its natural and scenic wonderland of mountains and lakes. It has also been voted as one of the Top 10 most romantic places in the world. Go pitch your tent, escape into nature, spend the day swimming, climbing, mountain biking, or watch the sun go down across the mountains. Yes, please. Just imagine the look on the face of your better half when you tell him or her you’ve planned a romantic weekend getaway in this place. Renting a campervan in Queenstown with VroomVroomVroom is a stunning way to explore and relax in the Lake Wanaka region.

Cordillera Huayhuash, Peru


Called  “the best alpine trek in the world,” Peru’s Cordillera Huayhuash, is bound to make anyone a happy camper with its crystalline lakes, tiny villages, and of course, very epic mountain views. Hike up the peak, pitch a tent for majestic views, or simply kick back, relax, and enjoy the breathtaking view.

Alaska’s national parks, USA


If you are up for an adventure then camping in Alaska is the best thrill for the senses. Set up camp among mountains, waterfalls, glaciers, and more mountains – and take in a big lungful of that fresh, crisp air. Campers can kayak, hike near quiet lakes with magnificent views of the sub-arctic tundra, or try their hands at fishing for grayling.

Bryce Canyon, USA


Renowned for the strong smell of pine that hangs in the air, Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, is a great place to enjoy hiking. Sleep under the stars, take a hike to fully explore Bryce Canyon’s giant pointed rock formations. Legend has it that the 250 million-year-old rock formations were once the creatures of To-when-an-ung-wa, who were transformed into stone by a tricksy coyote. Looking for a cheap and reliable RV rental? VroomVroomVroom makes it easy for you to visit Bryce Canyon in a Salt Lake City RV rental.

Wadi Rum, Jordan

Located in southern Jordan, Wadi Rum is home to the Zalabia Bedouin. Also regarded as “The Valley of the Moon,” the word Wadi is an Arabic for “valley” while Wadi means “high” or “elevated.” Campers can hike, or camel trek thorough Wadi Rum. Set-up your camp then prepare your meal  on the fire, crash for the night in a Bedouin tent, feel and breathe in the scent of sand.

Do you know other spectacular destinations perfect for camping? If you do, please share your suggestions in the comment box below.

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