Can you imagine laying your head down to sleep in a bubble tent with a clear roof so you can see the night sky above your head? Sounds too good to be true, right? The thing is, they exist. I just did some research. Unfortunately, if you wanted to own one yourself, they are very expensive and require you to blow up the damn thing with an air pump. Imagine that awful noise of someone blowing up an air mattress that always wakes you up in the middle of the night when you are in a campground, but it goes on for much longer. Also, in a public campground, you wouldn’t get much privacy sleeping in a clear bubble.
Luckily for us who think this would be an amazing way to enjoy a night out in the wilderness, Bubble Tent Australia has set-up a glamping experience in New South Wales where bubble tents overlook the Capertee Valley.
To be able to replicate… well dare we say it, IMPROVE on our Lake Takepo experience, is what we’re here for. We are introducing a concept which allows you and your special plus one to experience something you’ve never experienced before, sleeping under the stars in a clear and inflatable bubble tent in superior comfort and convienence in the remoteness of the country.
Inside each tent you’ll find a bed, chairs, and even a telescope to look at the night sky. Outside, there is a campfire pit, a daybed, and a hammock and even a bathtub. As of now, food isn’t provided. So far, there are only three tents total on the thousand acre property, which all but guarantees a remote and private experience.
The idea is pretty original, and the photos have us anxious to visit the Capertee Valley and set up shop in this paradise for a few days. The only negative? We may never want to sleep under a roof again.
For more information and availability, visit the Bubble Tent Australia website.