Moab Under Canvas, United States

Glamping in Moab, camping as it should be

  • Moab Under Canvas, United States

WHY WE LIKE IT

The lack of electiricty and the distance to the urban world makes it easy to switch of your phone and forget about the daily stress. With opportunities to fly, climb, hike, bike, drive, ride and tour the only challenge will be choosing which adventures to participate in. The choice of 3 different packages (active, honeymoon or adrenaline) will make sure that the activities will fit to everyones needs.

HOTEL DESCRIPTION

Moab Under Canvas is located on 40 acres 7 miles north of Moab, Utah, just moments away from the entrance to both Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. With views across the desert towards Arches, the camp blends into its dramatic surroundings where deep canyons and towering plateaus create a raw landscape of immense power. The luxurious tents offer guests the opportunity to enjoy Utah’s spectacular desert without giving up the comforts of home. This is no traditional camp site.  This is camping as it should be.

ACTIVITIES

Choose between a big variation of activities: sundowner, hot air balooning, raft the colorado, park tours (private/public), hummer tours, guided hikes, rock climbing, mountain biking, scenic flights, horseback riding or jeep rentals. You see;  particularly for the adventurous holidays.

USEFUL INFORMATION

Depending on your budget you can choose between a variation of really luxury, and more basic tents. No electricity.

 

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