Camping & Hiking
Reconnecting with nature is a great way to spend some much-deserved time off. And an obvious choice for spending time with Mother Nature is on a camping trip.
This type of vacation is ideal for those who aren’t afraid to get a little dirty, enjoy channeling their inner Paul Bunyan, and love the great outdoors. Those who might find themselves telling Mother Nature where she can stick it are people who prefer a hot shower, a comfy bed, and trips that don’t involve mosquito repellant.
Getting back to basics surrounded by stunning natural beauty
Sleeping under an infinite blanket of stars with the moon as your nightlight
The opportunity to roast the perfect marshmallow sitting around a crackling fire (assuming there’s no fire ban, of course)
Vacation in the lack of luxury (no shower, sleeping on the ground, and peeing in the bushes)
Being kept up by the frigid temperatures and every little sound you’re convinced is a bear (or any other number of wild animals eager to eat you)
Testing your patience with the loathsome task of setting up your tent (and the frustrating chore of fitting your sleeping bag back in its impossibly small sack)