The Best Places to Camp in the World Part 3
If you aren’t afraid of rough weather and a harsher climate then you’ll be well met by the coastal region on Connemara just west of Galway. The landscape here is as dramatic as the winds are, you’ll find plenty of isolated valleys inland each filled with Celtic stories that’ll fill your imagination and head to the shores and you’ll find more sweeping views from the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Many people seem to find within them a deep connection to the country of Ireland and nowhere will you likely feel the magic of that connection more than here in Connemara.
Those looking to go camping on one of the Earths most wild Continents should certainly consider taking a trip to the Simien Mountains here in Ethiopia. The Deep and somewhat sudden precipices of these ancient rock formations are impressive enough to rival the wonder of the Grand Canyon itself. They are recognised as UNESCO World Heritage site and it’s no surprise, camping here will take your breath away. One of the best ways to explore this phenomenal place is by booking a guided trek and taking your tent along with you, you will likely come back a new person.
Tasmania is an island the size of Switzerland and over 40% of that island is protected through reserves and national parks which means it has a stunning and well preserved, vast amount of wilderness for you to explore and take in. There are plenty of remote areas here that are practically besieged with fantastic camp sites for you to enjoy that are perfect for both a tent of a campervan. Obviously with all this space it’s difficult to say just where the best place to go here is but among the most popular are the coastline of the Tasman Peninsula and highlands of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.
The Seto Inland Sea
If you’re into cycling a camping trip to the Seto Inland Sea will certainly be worth your consideration. Within the waters between the Shikoku, Honshu and Kyushu islands of Japan there are a series of idyllic smaller islands that are linked by seven modern bridges built so that you can cycle between them. On route you’ll be able to take in some unbelievable views. Then when it comes to setting up camp you’ll be able to pitch up beside of the islands many gorgeous white sand beaches, how’s that for camping?
There are some of you out there who like their camping with a challenge, in Jammu and Kashmir you can visit the high-altitude region and set up camp. Heading to the mountain passes during the Spring you will find camps of pre-erected tents popping up all over. The hiking will be rewarded by astonishing mountain views and vast open spaces with a spiritual camping experience unlike any you will find anywhere else.