Canopy Camping Escapes

Nationwide
All year round

‘Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you’

Canopy Camping Escapes has gradually curated a collection of special places of the glamping kind, all lovely, and all off the beaten track. Their collection includes beautiful tents surrounded by nature, quirky cabins with packets of personality and secret hideaways that offer something completely and utterly unique. They seek out special places around New Zealand, and in many cases, work with hosts to create them.

The places range from super luxurious to simple and rustic. In every case, they have a little bit of magic, a certain charm and an unsurpassed connection to nature. Check out their 80+ locations from Otago to the Far North. Gorgeous photos and you will want to book an escape ASAP.

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