Love the great outdoors but not prepared to slum it in a tent? These micro cabins and sleeping pods provide more glamorous accommodation for holidaying in remote locations (+ slideshow).
An American startup was behind this tent-like structure in California, which was designed by architect Harry Gesner.
It aims to provide users with a luxury off-grid camping experience. Find out more about Autonomous Tent »
Seoul studio ArchiWorkshop completed this luxury camping facility near the South Korean capital.
It comprises three wooden cabins and a cluster of membranous sleeping pods raised above the rocky terrain on stilts. Find out more about Glamping on the Rock »
These tents shaped like worms and doughnuts were also designed by ArchiWorkshop.
They are located on a remote campsite in Yang-Pyeong, South Korea. Find out more about Glamping for Glampers »
Graduate students from Harvard University recently launched a company that designs, builds and rents out wilderness micro cabins.
Called Getaway, it is aimed at urban residents "looking to escape the digital grind and test drive tiny-house living". Find out more about Getaway »
Artists and writers wanting to play out a "desert fantasy" can rent a tiny sleeping pod at this remote campsite in southern California, which looks like a scene from a sci-fi film. Find out more about Wagon Station Encampment »