The Best Places to Camp in the World Part 2
If you’d love to head Scandinavia and experience the care free lifestyle but are put off by the rumours of the cold weather so often spoke about, then it sounds like you’re ready to have those perceptions spun on the head with a visit to Skane. This is Sweden’s most southernly point and summer days move at a delightfully slow pace here. You’ll no doubt fall in love with the areas tranquil beaches that are backed by a sweeping, gentle countryside that’ll provide everything you could want from a summer camping trip and more. What’s best about camping in Scandinavia is that wild camping is encouraged under what’s called ‘Allemansratt’ aka the “right to roam”.
Zion National Park
If it’s rough and rugged landscape that you’re looking for then you won’t be disappointed with Zion National Park in Utah USA. It has the landscapes that you’d expect from all the best American wild west stories and is probably the most stunning park in the southwest. It’s filled with forested canyons, craggy plateaus and towering red sandstone cliffs that will never cease to amaze you. You’ll find two established camp grounds here, South and Watchmen, but if you’re feeling adventurous or simply want get away from the crowds then you can instead get yourself an overnight permit that’ll allow you to stay at one of the wilderness campsites that are placed within the park’s interior.
If you’re looking to go camping in order to see some of the world’s most majestic wildlife, then you need to get yourself over to Vancouver Island. If you head to north, you’ll find yourself amongst a truly diverse ecosystem with just about anything a nature lover could dream of seeing. Try heading over to the West Coast Trail or Pacific Rim Park and you won’t be disappointed, if you’re lucky you’ll be able to see brant geese flying above you, sea otters having fun amongst the shallows or even breaching orcas offshore.
An Adventurers haven, Patagonia is a wild stretch of land that cover South America’s southern tip, crossing both Argentina and Chile. This destination is perfect for the camper who yearns to explore the worlds wilderness. Camp amongst the vast open skies filled with views of grand vistas, snow-capped mountains and a landscape that’ll call out to you, making sure that every day you spend there will fill you with awe and excitement for your next adventure.
Asturias is a majorly underrated part of Spain’s incredible landscape. Sitting in the northwest region of the country you’ll find that much of the area has been untouched by time for some years. Many fishing communities dot it’s incredible, craggy coastline and ancient villages still cling to its opulent green mountains. This place contains Spain’s most outstanding camp sites that can be found along its coast, here you’ll find friendly and welcoming hosts as well as some exquisite food that’ll certainly make sure you sleep well each night.