Wake up to a breathtaking viewSome people prefer to wake up in a warm bed beneath a mundane view of a ceiling lamp and be served mass-produced breakfast on a tray with fine silver. Others, however, a.k.a. the nature-lovers, like to wake up and unzip a tent to find themselves overwhelmed with the beauty of a mountain-view or endless valley. If you’re an adventure seeker who doesn’t mind peeing behind bushes and cooking food over a campfire, you will love these gorgeous destinations for camping.
Mount Cook National Park, New ZealandThe mountain is the country’s tallest, and the views there are spectacular – with snow-covered peaks all around and rivers leading down to a lake as your backdrop, you will want to lay down a tent on this green terrain.
The Alps, FranceOnce the winter ends and spring arrives, hikers rush to these mountains to lay down campsites and take hiking tours. Among the meadows you will spot cozy little villages.
Vancouver Island, British ColumbiaIf you enjoy spotting wildlife in your view, you will love setting up camp in the Pacific Rim National Park or the West Coast Trail, where you are likely to spot geese, otters and even orcas offshore.
📸 @johnkernickphotography Kayaking the Broken Group Islands off of Vancouver Island. On a day like today it looks more like the Carribean than the West coast of Canada. The Broken Group is a group of small islands in the middle of Barkley Sound on the West Coast of Vancouver Island.The group is protected as the Broken Islands Group Unit of the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. It is also home to the Tseshaht First Nation. . . . . #brokengroupislands #pacificrimnationalpark #britishcolumbia #Canada #kayaking #johnkernickphotography #tseshahtfirstnation