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  • As the summer approaches, the great outdoors beckons travelers. If sleeping on the ground swatting mosquitoes isn’t your style, consider <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/video/glamping-roughing-glamorously-19859679">glamping</a>, otherwise known as glamorous camping. The experts at <a href="http://glamping.com/">Glamping.com</a> shared with us their top 10 picks for glamping spots around the world. Here, the <a href="http://www.pawsup.com/">Resort at Paws Up</a>, Mont., which Glamping.com called “North America’s glamping pioneer.”
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  • Aman-i-Khas in India.Open from Oct. – May, prime wildlife spotting season, Aman-i-Khas wilderness camp is located in a “rugged brushwood forest” on the fringes of Ranthambore National Park.
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  • Four Seasons Golden Triangle in Thailand. The resort offers three-and-four- night excursions trekking elephants through the jungle and over the mountains of Northern Thailand.
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  • Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, Canada. The 2014 season at this Vancouver Island property runs from May 22 – Sept. 25. Arrive at Clayoquot Wilderness Resort via seaplane or boat. Pick from a three-four- or seven-night eco-adventure.
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  • Whitepod in Switzerland. Whitelpod, according to Glamping.com, “offers a novel approach to glamping in Switzerland and exploring the Alps, with 15 domes pitched on wooden platforms. Each pod is protected from the cold and snow, equipped with a wood-burning stove, organic luxury bedding and full-service bathroom.”
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  • Pirory Bay Hotel, United Kingdom. The Priory Bay Hotel, about 2.5 hours from London on the Isle of Wight, offers luxury yurts as a glamping option on its 60 acre coastal estate.
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  • Longitude 131, Australia. This luxury wilderness camp in Australia's Red Centre calls itself “luxurious, eco-sensitive and romantic.” It offers “immersion in Uluru-Kata Tjuta [a national park] in the purest sense.”
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  • Huvafen Fushi, Maldives. This resort is best known for being home to the <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/Travel/worlds-underwater-spa/story?id=18854477">world’s first underwater spa</a>. There are 43 camping bungalows and one family residence, according to Glamping.com.
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  • El Capitan Canyon, Calif. 20 miles north of Santa Barbara on 300 Pacific-front acres, El Capitan Canyon is a place to enjoy the “glories of nature without the overbearing manufactured hand of man,” according to its web site.
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  • Kasbah Tamadot, Morocco. It’s owned by the flamboyant Sir Richard Branson, so rest assured no luxurious detail’s been missed at Kasbah Tamadot. According to Glamping.com, this “stunning Morocco glamping retreat, is a luxurious retreat set in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, close to the village of Asni and only one hour’s drive from Marrakech city centre. All glamping accommodations are uniquely designed and decorated and no two rooms are the same.”
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