If you’re searching for a beautiful place to go glamping in New Zealand, you’ve come to the right place. This list has NZ glamping spots in both the North and South Islands, from Northland to Otago and everywhere in between. Enjoy!

Hands up if you’re addicted to glamping 🙋‍ I’m a sucker for finding unique and epic places to stay, and little ol’ Aotearoa isn’t a bad country for it.

The New Zealand glamping scene is growing at a seriously impressive rate, with geodesic domes, eco-friendly pods and safari tents popping up in rural spots all over the country.

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Valley Views Glamping in Waitaki Valley

Stay in a yurt in Raglan, cosy up under the stars in a dome in the Waitaki Valley, hang out in a treehouse in Whangarei or sleep in a cabin on a private island in Nelson.

So whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a funky place for a girls’ trip, a remote spot for a solo adventure, or somewhere to treat someone special, here are 22 of the best glamping spots in New Zealand.

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What is glamping?

The term “glamping” comes from glamorous camping, the idea of enjoying being off the grid and getting in touch with nature, without having to give up on some luxuries like a comfy bed, indoor toilet and sometimes even electricity.

It was first used in 2005, then was added to the Oxford Dictionary in 2016, and is now a common style accommodation recognised by travellers all over the world. Glamping can also be referred to as luxury camping or boutique camping.

These days glamping spots have popped up in most destinations around the globe, from remote rural areas to private islands and everywhere in between.

Basically if you want to stay amongst nature but don’t want to sleep on the floor in a scratchy sleeping bag, glamping is for you!

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Te Wepu Intrepid Pods near Akaroa

What type of glamping options are there?

There are so many different options for glamping in New Zealand, depending on your location, your preferred level of “roughing it”, your interests and your budget.

Glamping first referred to fancy tents with home comforts like proper beds, fairy lights, maybe even a wood fire or hot tub, but it’s since expanded to represent basically any type of unique accommodation that’s located outside of a city and offers a bit of simple luxury.

In New Zealand there are yurts, tiny houses, geodesic domes, farm huts, caravans, glass pods and even an airplane (yes, seriously) where you can live out your glamping dreams.

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Our farm hut on Pepin Island, near Nelson

Why go glamping in New Zealand?

Let’s be real, accommodation in New Zealand can be pricey due to general costs of running a business in the country. Hostel dorms can set you back more than $50 a night in major cities, 3-star hotels often cost at least $150, and staying somewhere fancy is going to be a couple of hundred dollars.

Glamping in NZ isn’t cheap but it does offer a fabulous experience along with a place to rest your head, so you get brilliant value for the money you’re spending.

Many of New Zealand’s best views and most stunning places are rural or coastal, away from motels and hotels, meaning that renting a house or glamping are often the only options.

Glamping gives you the best of all worlds; somewhere to sleep, epic views, the chance to get amongst nature, and a unique experience you’ll never forget.

And as a bonus, lots of glamping spots have a strong focus on sustainability and being eco-friendly, with solar panels, bio-toilets and other ways to be clean and green. Great for the earth, great for you!

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Sweet sunsets at Valley Views

How do I find NZ glamping spots?

In New Zealand, there’s more than 300 glamping spots around the country. Not bad for a country with five million people!

You can find unique places to stay on Airbnb, Booking.com, Canopy Camping and Glamping Hub.

Airbnb probably has the best selection of glamping sites and unique places to stay (with more than 300 in New Zealand!), and it’s easy to check reviews of the place and the host.

Keep in mind that Airbnb charges cleaning + booking fees separately so you’ll need to search your travel dates to find the total price. See all unique places to stay in New Zealand on Airbnb right here.

Booking.com is one of the world’s biggest accommodation booking platforms and they’re starting to build their glamping listings up. There are 34 luxury tents in NZ listed on Booking.com right now, you can see them by searching your destination and then selecting “luxury tents” under the property type filter.

Canopy Camping is an NZ-owned business that exclusively manages a number of glamping sites around the country.

Glamping Hub is another glamping-specific platform with more than 200 options for glamping in New Zealand.

The best places for glamping in New Zealand

North Island glamping spots

The best Northland glamping spot: The Fairytale Treehouse in Whangarei

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From $250NZD a night

This magical treehouse is set on a private farm amongst native trees, providing a secluded spot for an epic glamping getaway that’s unlike any other place to stay in New Zealand.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.95 rating on Airbnb from more than 100 reviews + hosted by a Superhost
  • Fully-equipped with kitchen, electric oven and gas stove
  • Huge sun-soaked deck that looks into the thick native bush

Book it here: Fairytale Treehouse in Whangarei, Northland

Other Northland glamping options:

The best Auckland glamping spot: The Snug Tiny House in Piha

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From $119NZD a night

Hidden amongst the lush Waitakere Ranges west of Auckland, the Snug is an eco-friendly, cosy and efficient tiny house. Just a seven minute drive from Piha beach and less than an hour from Auckland, this is an ideal getaway for Aucklanders wanting to escape the city.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.9 rating on Airbnb from 40 reviews + hosted by a Superhost
  • Basic but well-equipped kitchen with fridge, toaster, kettle and stove top
  • The host provides organic treats like tea, coffee, granola and fresh fruit

Book it here: The Snug tiny house in Piha

Other Auckland glamping options:

The best Coromandel glamping spot: Slipper Island Resort, near Tairua and Pauanui

From $285NZD a night

Slipper Island is accessed by boat from a small town on the Coromandel Peninsula called Tairua. Guests can choose from beachfront safari tents (yes please), chalets or dorm rooms, and you’ve got free rein of the island’s farmland, snorkelling spots and kayaks.

Why it’s amazing:

  • Um, it’s a private island?
  • Safari tents have comfy queen-size beds and ensuites
  • All guests can use the lodge lounge + kitchen as well as an outdoor cooking area

Book it here: Slipper Island Resort, Coromandel Peninsula

Want to know more? Read my full review of Slipper Island.

Other Coromandel glamping options:

The best Raglan glamping spot: Raglan R&R Glamping

raglan glamping in new zealand

From $250NZD a night

If you’re looking for a place to go glamping in New Zealand with easy access to surf beaches and funky markets, this one is your best bet.

Just an 8 minute drive from the hippie hot spot of Raglan, this grand safari tent is perfectly located as well as boasting fancy amenities like a spa and sunken fire pit. Dreamy!

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.98 rating from more than 230 reviews
  • Private spa underneath the stars
  • Outdoor BBQ + fire pit for toasting marshmallows (complete with ingredients for smores!)

Book it here: Raglan R&R Glamping

Other Raglan glamping options:

  • Raglan Treehouse: 4.89-rated epic treehouse amongst a private pine forest overlooking the ocean
  • The Gazebo: 4.93-rated tiny house with outdoor bath and shower
  • The Round Tent: 4.99-rated (!!!) super stylish yurt complete with outdoor bath, modern kitchen and TV

The best Waikato glamping spot (outside of Coromandel + Raglan): Whiskey Creek Cabin near Waihi

waihi glamping in new zealand

From $250NZD a night

This gorgeous off-grid cabin is definitely towards the luxurious end of the glamping spectrum, with a huge plush bed, rustic decor and stunning rural views.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 5/5 rating from 16 reviews
  • Large couples’ bath complete with wooden caddy for a glass of vino
  • Hot outdoor shower

Book it here: Whiskey Creek Cabin

Other Waikato glamping near Hamilton:

The best Tauranga/Bay of Plenty glamping spot: Lala the Vintage Caravan

tauranga glamping in new zealand

From $77NZD a night

Want to live out your 1970s road trip dreams? Lala is a vintage campervan available for hire in Tauranga, and can be delivered to your house or to a campground of your choice.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.89 rating from 28 reviews
  • Sleeps three, one small double bed and a single bed
  • Brand new kitchen with sink, fridge and induction stove top

Book it here: Lala the Vintage Caravan

Other Bay of Plenty/Tauranga glamping options:

  • Pendeen Cottage: 4.91-rated tiny house in Tauranga from only $110 a night
  • The Ark, Katikati: 4.87-rated pod cabin with hot tub and outdoor BBQ area
  • Pukehina Glamping (30 mins from Tauranga): 4.98-rated luxury teepee with cast iron outdoor bath, hammock and flushing toilet

The best Rotorua glamping spot: Finesse Luxury Glamping in Ngongotaha Valley

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From $300NZD a night

Finesse Luxury Glamping is a 20 minute drive from Rotorua, set amongst thick native trees and offering easy access to bush walks and trout fishing.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.94 rating from more than 100 reviews
  • Secluded spot with minimal noise or light pollution
  • Outdoor hot tub and fire pit

Book it here: Finesse Luxury Glamping

Other Rotorua glamping options:

The best Taupō glamping spot: Mountviews Glamping

taupo glamping in new zealand

From $220NZD a night

Mountviews is a single tent on a beautifully landscaped property with access to the family’s swimming pool and spa pool. It’s located near Acacia Bay, the bay around from Taupō’s main centre.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.95 rating from more than 150 reviews
  • Each booking includes a bottle of wine + continental breakfast
  • Super spacious dome with incredible views

Book it here: Mountviews Glamping Taupō

Other Taupō glamping options:

The best Gisborne glamping spot: Seaside Glamping

gisborne glamping in new zealand

From $157NZD a night

With a bunch of lotus belle tents set up right on the beachfront at Tatapouri Campground, you’ll be the first in the world to see the sunrise right from your bedroom.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.84 rating from 30+ reviews
  • Easy access to surfing, boating, fishing and diving, only 12 minutes from Gisborne township
  • Access to holiday park facilities including full kitchen and bathrooms with hot showers

Book it here: Seaside Glamping Tatapouri

Other Gisborne glamping options:

  • Cozy Caravan: 4.83-rated caravan near Gisborne city centre, ideal for a cheap stay on the East Coast

The best Hawke’s Bay glamping spot: The Tiger House in Havelock North

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From $221NZD a night

This ultra-funky converted barn has brilliant reviews for good reason. It’s soaked in natural light, fully equipped with modern amenities and has sweeping views over Hawke’s Bay.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.95 rating from 39 reviews
  • Beautiful decor and comfy furnishings plus a decent-sized kitchen
  • Outdoor bath for stargazing

Book it here: The Tiger House, Havelock North

Other Hawke’s Bay glamping options:

  • Clifton Glamping: 4.94-rated luxury safari tent with outdoor bath + shower, camp kitchen and easy access to wineries
  • Glenlands Glamping: 4.92-rated fancy tent farm stay with solar power, hot shower, outdoor fire place and flushing toilet
  • Glamping in the Trees: 5/5 rated yurt nestled in the woodlands of Fernhill, Hawke’s Bay

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The best Wairarapa glamping spot: Moonlight Peak near Carterton

From $450NZD a night

This beautifully designed cabin is more of a luxury tiny house than a glamping spot, but it’s probably the coolest unique stay near Wellington so I couldn’t leave it off this list.

To reach Moonlight Peak you’ll need to park your car at the bottom of the farm and have the owners run you up the farm tracks to your slice of off-the-grid paradise, where you’ll enjoy a full kitchen, cosy fire, woodfired hot tub and panoramic views across the Wairarapa.

At less than 1.5 hours from Wellington it’s a perfect spot for a weekend getaway from the capital, or a brilliant addition to any North Island road trip.

Why it’s amazing:

  • The hot tub view is absolutely unbeatable
  • Full kitchen so you can cook up a feast, bluetooth speaker for good tunes and a log fire for cosy vibes
  • Stylish décor and super comfortable furnishings

Book it here: Moonlight Peak

Other Wairarapa glamping options:

  • Dreamscape Glamping in Waikanae: 4.87-rated designer glamping tent with two outdoor baths, an outdoor fire and views of Kapiti Island
  • Treehouse near Carterton: 4.97-rated off-grid solar-powered treehouse with outdoor bath, compost toilet and easy access to walking tracks
  • Greytown Yurts: With a 4.99 rating from almost 200 reviews, these huge yurts have king-size beds, an outdoor bath with robes, and plant-based toiletries

The best Wellington glamping spot: The Keep, a castle near Lyall Bay

wellington glamping in new zealand

From $186NZD a night

One of the most unique places for glamping in New Zealand!

Sleep in a rustic castle with sea views in Houghton Bay, just a short drive from Central Wellington.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.91 rating from 160+ reviews
  • Three storeys plus a rooftop deck
  • Spa bath with sweet views over the ocean

Book it here: The Keep, Wellington

Other Wellington glamping options:

  • 1993 Campervan in Lower Hutt: 4.83-rated stationary self-contained campervan with double bedroom, hot shower + easy access to farm walks and lots of animals!
  • Train Eco-Stay in Upper Hutt: 4.87-rated tiny house train carriage! It’s solar-powered with a cosy log burner + Smart TV.

South Island glamping spots

The best Nelson glamping spot: Pepin Island cabins

From $190NZD a night

Pepin Island is a private island and working farm about 20 minutes from Nelson, with three secluded farm huts for an eco-friendly and off-the-grid getaway.

The huts are accessible by walking (the one we stayed at was about 30 mins from the carpark) or you can book a 4WD drop off, and you’ll be treated to a cosy little cabin with cooking facilities and an outdoor bath.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.96 rating from 70+ reviews
  • An outdoor bath with ocean views and access to your own private beachfront area
  • Optional grocery or cheeseboard add on + fishing kayaks for hire

Book it here: Passage Hut at Pepin Island

If Passage Hut is booked you can also try Nikau Hut (space for 4 people) or Rocky Point Hut (super romantic) on the same island.

Other Nelson glamping options:

The best Abel Tasman glamping spot: The Chocolate Yurt in Motueka Valley

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From $110NZD a night (super cheap!)

Make yourself at home in this 6m yurt in an eco-village 15 minutes away from Motueka. Cook up a storm in the outdoor kitchen, stargaze at night through the skylight and book a massage with the host for the ultimate glamping experience.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.96 average rating from 543 reviews which is insane!
  • Fully insulated so ideal no matter the weather
  • Kitted out with handcrafted wooden furniture and comfy beanbags

Book it here: The Chocolate Yurt

Other Abel Tasman glamping options:

  • Rabbit Island Huts near Mapua: 4.97-rated tiny huts on stilts with shared kitchen facilities and an outdoor bath guests can book
  • The Caboose: 4.95-rated handcrafted replica of a vintage train carriage with a private garden and outdoor bath near Takaka
  • Toto’s Eco-Friendly Bush Cottage: 4.98-rated secluded earth house that’s totally off the grid, with solar panels, a simple kitchen and on-site pizzeria
  • Upindowns Golden Bay Glamping: 4.86-rated 5m lotus belle tent with mesh windows to keep bugs out, a hammock for relaxing and loads of space to wander around

The best West Coast glamping spot: Out the Bay, Tauranga Bay

From $185NZD a night

My first official stay in a tiny house and I was immediately sold, Out the Bay has two stylish and efficient tiny houses with views out to the ocean and all the modern luxuries you’d want for a getaway.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.93 rating from 30 reviews (and five stars from me!)
  • Close to beautiful beach walks and the seal colony, with an epic view for sunset
  • Loft-style lounge, kitchen + brazier

Book it here: Out the Bay tiny house

Other West Coast glamping options:

  • Historic train carriage in Marsden: 4.98-rated from more than 250 reviews, this 1907 train carriage crashed in 1963 and has since become a funky tiny home for an ultra-unique stay 15 minutes from Greymouth
  • Glamping yurt at Cape Foulwind: 5/5 rating from 44 reviews, this yurt has spectacular views and modern amenities
  • River & Trail Camping Pod: 4.95-rated cosy wooden pod on the Hokitika River with a hot shower, camp-style kitchen and eco-toilet

The best Kaikoura glamping spot: Manakau PurePod

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From $590NZD a night

This one is at the top of my New Zealand bucket list, and I’m hoping to tick it off in 2021. With floor to ceiling windows, and a literal glass ceiling, there’s no better place to stay to see the magical South Island starscape.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.96 rating from 27 reviews
  • Uninterrupted rural views while being totally secluded
  • Self-contained with cooking facilities, toilet, glass shower and optional food add ons

Book it here: Manakau PurePod

Other Kaikoura/North Canterbury glamping options:

  • Kahutara PurePod (same as the above but different location)
  • Harakeke Hut in Lyford: 4.84-rated wooden pod set in an alpine landscape with a hot tub, kitchen and bathroom to share with another pod
  • Colonial Wagon at Wacky Stays Kaikoura: This weird and wonderful 4.73-rated colonial wagon can sleep two inside and another two in a sleep-out, with an onboard toilet, shower and small kitchen and included breakfast and animal feeding

The best Christchurch glamping spot: Dome House in Burnside, Christchurch

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From $199NZD a night

Calling this character home “glamping” is a bit of a push but it’s super unique and offers great value so it deserves a place on this list. It can fit up to 7 people with two full bathrooms and a pool room that opens up to the hot tub.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 4.7 rating from 68 reviews
  • Incredibly well-equipped and high tech with full voice automation
  • Loads of entertainment space including pool/movie room and expansive outdoor area

Book it here: Dome House Christchurch

Other Christchurch glamping options:

  • Cashmere Tiny House: 4.92-rated from 60 reviews, this surprisingly spacious tiny house is just ten minutes from the city and has all the mod cons you need for a private escape

The best Banks Peninsula glamping spot: Te Wepu Intrepid Pods

From $325NZD a night

One of my favourite glamping getaways in the country, Te Wepu Intrepid Pods are just over an hour from Christchurch overlooking rolling hills and the stunning Akaroa harbour.

There are three pods, secluded from each other but can also be booked for a group of six, each with a bio-loo, comfy bed, outdoor kitchen and wood-fired hot tub.

Why it’s amazing:

  • Elusive 5/5 Google rating from 15 reviews
  • Set amongst a working farm with zero light pollution and no sound except for bird song
  • Wood-fired hot tub is lush!
  • Optional dinner packages available + free farm eggs and Kate’s famous muesli for your breakfast

Book it here: Te Wepu Intrepid Pods

Other Banks Peninsula glamping options:

  • SiloStays, Little River: Move over tents, this epic accommodation option will have you sleeping in a converted silo! They’ve got a 9.2 rating on booking.com and I’m hoping to make it here in 2021.
  • Wagon Stay, French Farm: Perfect 5/5 rating from 7 reviews, this cosy wagon has sweet sunrise views and an outdoor tub
  • French Farm Yurt: You’ll get the full package with this yurt eco-stay, including nibbles, a three-course BBQ dinner, dessert and breakfast the next morning. Yum!

The best Lake Tekapo glamping spot: SkyScape, Twizel (40 minutes from Tekapo)

From $600NZD a night

Surrounded by glass giving you the ultimate chance of experiencing the Aoraki Mackenzie International Dark Sky Reserve, SkyScape is luxury glamping at its absolute finest.

Watch the sunrise over the rolling hills, soak in the outdoor bath and then witness the sky come alive when the sun goes down.

Make sure you sleep with all the blinds open to watch shooting stars from the comfort of your bed, and cross your fingers that you’ll wake up to a fiery sunrise. Dreamy!

Why it’s amazing:

  • 9.7 rating on booking.com
  • Totally remote location on a 6000 acre farm, meaning it’s just you, the stars and loads of animals out there
  • Easy access to hiking + bike trails and free bikes for guests to use
  • Continental breakfast included and optional evening platter add on

Book it here: SkyScape Twizel

Other Mackenzie District/Lake Tekapo glamping options:

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The best Waitaki Valley glamping spot: Valley Views Glamping

From $250NZD a night

My number one favourite spot glamping in New Zealand, and one of the best places to visit in the South Island!

Amber and Patrick have thought of everything at Valley Views, from providing head torches and power banks to a brilliant breakfast spread every morning, a wine list to buy from, board games and private outdoor baths.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 5/5 on TripAdvisor from 88 reviews
  • Shared well-equipped kitchen at the eco-lodge + shared bathroom with sustainable toiletries
  • Geodesic domes with huge comfy beds + hot water bottles for winter
  • Insane views over the hills and mountains of Waitaki Valley

Book it here: Valley Views Glamping

The best Hakataramea Valley glamping spot: Nest Treehouses

From $490NZD a night

Just across the river from Valley Views, Nest Treehouse is by far the most epic treehouse I’ve ever stayed in. This funky spot is brand new to the glamping scene, with a luxuriously furnished pod boasting a proper bathroom, outdoor kitchen, outdoor bath big enough for two, WiFi and a gas fire to keep warm in the chilly winter nights.

A beautifully presented continental breakfast is included in all stays and they have optional add on platters, I got the bites and bubbles one and was seriously impressed.

This is a glamping option for those who prefer a unique off-the-beaten-track stay without giving up home comforts. Ideal for a solo wellbeing break, a romantic getaway or a girl’s trip with your BFF.

Why it’s amazing:

  • Brand new and impeccably decked out with everything you need for a comfortable stay
  • Access to a sauna (shared with another treehouse on the property)
  • Outdoor kitchen to self-cater or the option to have food ready for when you arrive

Book it here: Nest Treehouses

The best Queenstown glamping spot: Remarkables Glamping Queenstown

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From $295NZD a night

Seemingly world away from the hustle and bustle of Queenstown, this glamping spot is ten minutes from the airport and twenty from the city centre.

The fancy 5m lotus belle tent comes with a comfy queen bed, board games, outdoor beanbags, solar lighting and USB charging points.

Why it’s amazing:

  • 5/5 rating from 30 reviews
  • Continental breakfast included with fresh fruit and some home-baked treats, picnic gear provided
  • Exclusive access to Deer Park Heights, a Lord of the Rings filming location

Book it here: Remarkables Glamping Queenstown

Other Queenstown glamping options:

  • Camp Glenorchy Eco-Lodge: Named as one of Time Magazine’s 100 Greatest Places in the World, Camp Glenorchy has a seriously impressive resume. Private cabins are rustic and cosy, and guests have access to the Homestead’s shared living spaces.
  • Kiwi Chalet tiny house at Lake Hayes: 4.96-rated from 250+ reviews, this architect-designed tiny house is well-equipped with a full kitchenette, mezzanine loft bedroom and stylish bathroom. It’s just six minutes from Arrowtown and has stunning views over Queenstown’s mountains.
  • Henrietta’s Hut: 4.97-rated from more than 100 reviews, Henrietta’s shepherd’s hut is an ideal and excellent value retreat between Queenstown and Arrowtown
  • Ben Lomond Geodesic Dome: Queenstown’s only geodesic dome is fully off the grid with no WiFi or cell service, access to stunning walking trails and just ten minutes from the lakefront

The best Wanaka glamping spot: Cross Hill Domes at Lake Hawea (15 minutes from Wanaka)

From $400NZD a night incl. breakfast

The Camp is a bustling campground right on Lake Hawea, a short drive from Wanaka. We stayed here in our campervan on our South Island road trip and were able to take a quick look at the safari tents, but I’d love to stay in them next time!

Why it’s amazing:

  • Luxury domes with a huge bed, fire, full bathroom, mini fridge, kettle, coffee machine and separate area for bags
  • Access to Cross Hill Lodge for cooked breakfast (included) and optional dinner, lounge room with big screen TV, office and hot tub
  • Incredible service, this is truly a world class hospitality experience

Book it here: Cross Hill Domes

Other Wanaka glamping options:

  • Wanaka Glamping Dome: 4.89-rated geodesic dome with panoramic views, BBQ facilities and a hot shower
  • Airstream RV: 4.8-rated retro-looking Airstream RV, well-insulted for winter stays and equipped with cooking utensils + free bike hire
  • Blue Riverview Tiny House: 4.91-rated luxurious tiny house with river and mountain views, 20 minutes from Wanaka and Cromwell
  • The Camp Hawea Denver Tents: On the same property as Cross Hill but a cheaper and more basic option

WOW what a list! BRB, going to book my extensive tour of the best places for glamping in New Zealand…

If you have any NZ glamping spots to add to the list please let me know in the comments, and if you’re a glamping accommodation that wants to be considered as an addition on this list you can get in touch with me right here.

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Big thanks to Valley Views, Te Wepu Intrepid Pods, Pepin Island and Out the Bay for hosting me. As always, all opinions are my own and are based on my personal experience.

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