Glamping Domes in Peru

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Glampling Domes in Peru 2023

Did you know that in Peru there are interesting ways to lodge? Would you like to learn about them and experience sleeping under a star-filled sky in total comfort?

Join us on our travel guide and discover some of the Glamping Domes that exist in Peru, as well as their services and activities, so you can consider visiting one of them on your trip.

Discover the Glamping domes that exist in Peru:

1. Pariacaca Camp:

This glamping site is located 4 hours away from Lima, in San José de Chorrillos, Huarochirí province, at an altitude of 2750 meters above sea level. Along the route, you can find Antioquia, a picturesque and touristy town. Here, you can engage in activities such as trekking, rappelling, rock climbing, and canopy tours. It is open from May to December, and the price per night is 180 soles/50 USD.

2. Bambucamp Glamping:

Located in Lunahuaná – Cañete, Lima, the price per night ranges from 350 to 450 soles, depending on your chosen suite. This glamping site features a swimming pool, space for bonfires, and various dining options, including a fridge bar and grill facilities.

3. Kuelap Glamping:

These glamping sites are located in the towns of Cocachimba and Kuelap, at altitudes of around 1700 and 3000 meters above sea level. Here, you can also find activities such as trekking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and ATV rides. Prices vary from 270 to 295 soles, depending on the services you choose.

4. Qhapaq:

This glamping site is located in Puno, 10 minutes away from Yaraví, close to Uros Island. Activities available include hiking, fishing, and canoeing, and prices range from 115 soles or 31 USD onwards.

5. Glamping Qhispikay:

They offer glamping options in Viacha, Huilloc, and Misminay. Among the cultural activities they provide are wool dyeing and weaving, agricultural sessions, Andean ceremonies, adobe making, cooking classes, teaching children, chicha making, fishing in the lagoon, stone or wood carving, and workshops on medicinal plants. They offer full-day tours to Chinchero, Moray, Maras Salt Mines, Ollantaytambo, and Pisac. Their tours range from 230 USD to nearly 300 USD.

If you’re not convinced with these options, here are more glamping alternatives where you can find even more activities and top-notch services.

Domos Glamping Perú

Domos Glamping Perú

The most exclusive Glamping domes:

1. Ecocamp Huacachina

This glamping site features 13 white camping tents, including personal hygiene products. It has a spacious swimming pool and common areas for sunbathing. There is a grill area and ample parking space for cars and other vehicles. Prices range from 100 to 120 soles/35 USD, but if you want to book a tour with them, there’s an additional cost.

2. Perú Eco Camp

This sustainable glamping site uses solar energy and has organic gardens. It is located on the route to Machu Picchu and Vilcabamba. The domes are equipped with everything you might need. Perú Eco Camp also offers exclusive tours for groups of up to 17 people. Prices vary depending on the options you choose, ranging from 805 USD to 3995 USD. Activities available include acupressure treatments, cooking classes, hiking, mountain biking, wildlife observation, biking, excursions, horseback riding, outdoor walks, birdwatching, guided tours, massages, and trekking.

3. Glamping Chaska Ocupi

This place is perfect for those seeking more comfort and a wide range of activities inside or outside the camping area. Activities available within the camp include yoga, meditation, candle-making workshops, massages, textile workshops, basket-weaving workshops, and pottery workshops. Outdoor activities include trekking, horseback riding, rafting, kayaking, zip-lining, paddleboarding, ATV rides, mountain biking, and Polaris rides. Prices range from 100 USD/370 soles per night and up.

Domos Glamping en Perú

Domos Glamping en Perú

Why choose glamping domes as an accommodation option?

It’s an interesting way to camp without sacrificing the comforts of a hotel, as you have all the included services, in many cases including private bathrooms with hot water, Wi-Fi, complimentary beverages, barbecue areas, etc.

The glamping experience allows you to enjoy nature without giving up or missing out on the travel experience. You can appreciate the surrounding nature, birdwatching, flora, outdoor activities, and stargazing, all while sleeping in a comfortable bed.

It becomes a fun activity if you’re traveling with friends or as a couple, as you have access to various entertainment options and support the development of local communities or towns in many cases.

Traveler’s tips:

  • If you plan to travel to a certain place and want to opt for glamping in Peru, we recommend booking in advance and checking the availability of beds to avoid last-minute issues.
  • Consult the options and services that each glamping site offers to select the one that suits your budget and needs.
  • Make the most of your trip and explore everything you can in your chosen destination. Bring a good camera to capture unforgettable photos of the natural spaces.

If after reading this post you feel inspired to embark on a trip and don’t know where to start, don’t worry, we can help you plan your itinerary and arrange accommodation in one of the glamping sites we shared.

Are you interested in a different travel experience? Check out our tours and feel free to contact us for any inquiries.

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Yanizabel Galván
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