Trade the Farra plan for a weekend, take out the tent or borrow, and find the right place to camp. When you’re already an expert, target these ultimate destinations.
From the Sahara desert to the closest resting base to the top of Mount Everest, these are some of the most spectacular places to pitch a tent and have an incredible night. Finding the perfect place to camp takes time. Still, the protagonists of these images have a gift for doing so, so much so, that they have managed to put their portable home in unlikely places, such as a viewpoint at the top of a mountain or the point most remote of a forest. Get inspired by these photos to take out your tent on your next trip.
Stefan Glowacz and Robert Jasper rest during their expedition to the Buchan Gulf of Baffin Island, which resides within Nunavut, an autonomous territory of Canada.
A spectacular sight to wake up at Cutthroat Pass in Washington, USA.
It might not be an excellent idea to sleep on the side of this cliff in California if you have nightmares, toss, and turn in bed. Also not recommended for sleepwalkers
Camping in the Sahara desert, the largest in the world, maybe difficult because of the heat, because of the cold, because there is no water, but it has its advantages.
This photo was taken at an altitude of about 4,600 m. in the Amdo province, belonging to the Tibet plateau, and was made by photographer Nicolás Marino while traveling the world on his bike.
With a tent, you can make your home from anywhere for a few days, like this place on Mount Shuksan in Washington, USA.
In Utah, United States, there is one of the most impressive caves on the planet, not only because of the view of the sidereal sky but also because it is a camping place without being disturbed by absolutely anyone.
This was the temporary base camp that was built for Valery Rozov’s BASE jump from Everest.
What better place to camp than in the middle of the mountains, surrounded by the smell of nature. This image was taken in Ethiopia.
May there never be time to look at the stars. This is what the Milky Way looks like from Summit Lake.