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El glamping es una nueva manera de disfrutar de la naturaleza al ir de acampada, donde se busca la máxima comodidad y buen gusto en las tiendas de campaña.

Glamping: la mejor manera de disfrutar una acampada.

El glamping es una nueva manera de disfrutar de la naturaleza al ir de acampada, donde se busca la máxima comodidad y buen gusto en las tiendas de campaña.

Need a get-away? Stacation? Some of these look great! The Bellevue Scene http://thebellevuescene.com/staycation-getaway/7639/?utm_source=hootsuite_medium=hootsuite_campaign=socialmedia

Need a get-away? Stacation? Some of these look great! The Bellevue Scene http://thebellevuescene.com/staycation-getaway/7639/?utm_source=hootsuite_medium=hootsuite_campaign=socialmedia

Galdessa Safari Camp lies on the banks of the Tana river, shaded by dhom palms, a haven in the hot dry country side. The camp is divided into downstream and upstream bandas. The central buildings house a spacious dining area, a bar, and a large, comfortable lounge where guest will have their meals and relax during their free time from activities. This main area is located along the Galana river, where the majority of the game aggregate during the dry season.

Galdessa Safari Camp lies on the banks of the Tana river, shaded by dhom palms, a haven in the hot dry country side. The camp is divided into downstream and upstream bandas. The central buildings house a spacious dining area, a bar, and a large, comfortable lounge where guest will have their meals and relax during their free time from activities. This main area is located along the Galana river, where the majority of the game aggregate during the dry season.

Tam o’ Shanter and tea, with piano accordion, pots and pans, basketball and stove in front, tent with clothing drying and ‘Thistle’ camp sign. Photographer: Maclay, Adam Henry Pearson, 1873-1955.

Tam o’ Shanter and tea, with piano accordion, pots and pans, basketball and stove in front, tent with clothing drying and ‘Thistle’ camp sign. Photographer: Maclay, Adam Henry Pearson, 1873-1955.

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