Transcript for Glamping or 'Glamorous camping' has become a popular socially distant activity
Now to our -- by the way, this cake is good. It is good. I'm digging it. Now to our "Gma" glamping guide or glamorous camping, that's the way glamping is. Anyway -- more popular than ever now as people seek socially distant ways to kick back, according to yelp, searches for glamping have been up nearly 300% in recent months compared to last year. Tara Lewis is helping us get in on the fun. Tara, tell us what glamping is. It's a huge trend right now. It's hitting all the sweet spots when it comes to travel trends. Think of it like camping for someone that might prefer checking into a hotel for a vacation. You'll have your own private space. You can keep distance. Each site has its own set of protocols relating to the pandemic to help keep you and your family safe. If I go to the four seasons and put a tent in the room, is that glamping? That's trespassing, Dan. They would call the police. Oh, my gosh. I don't think it's glamping if you can do room service. That's right. If we want to go glamping, what are yelp's top glamp sites? For the east coasters we're pack up your family and head to Asheville, North Carolina. Asheville glamping is a whimsical property known for its domes, tents and tree houses all nestled in the blue ridge mountains. Asheville is known for hiking and its culinary scene. Accomodation pricing will start at $155 a night. It will vary depending on the number of visitors. There's a two-night minimum. So just keep that in mind. I'm from California. I was named after mount Whitney. We did a lot of camping in my family. Let's head out west. Tell us about the glamping on that side of the country. We are first going to stop in marfa, Texas. Maybe you're already familiar with it due to its vibrant art scene that's all over Instagram. It's set on 21 acres and is the perfect glamping destination to soak it all in. Yelpers describe this place as funky and magical. It's known for its safari tents, teepees and vibrant colors against the western landscape. Pricing varies. The safari tent starts at $125 a night. Last but finally not at least, we're heading to buellton, California. It's near Santa Barbara. Flying flags rv resort and campground is a favorite among yelpers. There's 600 reviews on yelp with a four-star rating. It's well known for unique accommodations, minutes away from the pacific ocean and surrounded by the Santa Clarita hills. Pricing varies depending on each accommodation. A trailer will start you at about $200 a night. Tara, you're a good sport. Thanks for putting up with us. Tara is recommending more great glamping sites on the "Gma" Instagram account today.
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