The glamping movement is growing, and it’s not showing signs of slowing down. Around the world, you’ll find beautiful glamping destinations, each offering their own unique experiences.
Glamping is a fusion of glamour and camping, where nature meets modern luxury. It is a way to experience the outdoors without having to sacrifice on comfort. Glamping can mean waking up in a yurt, residing in a treehouse or staying in a tepee… which brings us to a new venture on the Matakana Coast.
Tepee is located a short five-minute drive from Matakana Village and less than ten minutes from Omaha Beach. Surrounded by pine and native trees, Tepee’s setting invites you to unwind, unplug and re-connect with nature.
Connected by wooden walkways, your hosts Nina and Tony, have set up three tepee sites on large circular timber platforms, hovering over native rushes and grasses at the bottom of their 1.1 ha property.
Staying in a tepee might not be for everyone but Tony and Nina will certainly try their best to make your stay as comfortable as possible. The tents are fitted out with quality beds, duvets and pillows, pure cotton linen, luxury shower towels and solar powered LED lights.
Using renewable and sustainable resources is a great part of their project and a healthy breakfast bowl is included, for which they source organic produce from local suppliers.
Opening at the end of November, their tepees are available during the summer months and each tepee accommodates two adults or a small family of three.
Free accommodation at Tepee is offered as part of Blue Adventures’ Kite Camps, Nina and Tony’s other business venture.