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Enjoy The Summer With Quebec’s oTENTik Glamping Tents

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People from Quebec looking for a relaxing summer getaway can now enjoy luxury camping with OTENTik’s glamping tents.

Photo courtesy of Parks Canada

According to a report, the A-frame cabins feature raised floors, cozy beds, and furniture–perfect for campers who want a little bit of extra peace and luxury in the great outdoors.

With more than 400 oTENTik units spread across different parts of Canada, campers can also take a mega road trip to see and experience these raised tents across Canada.

According to Parks Canada, each unit is equipped with standard amenities, including three to five mattresses (both singles and doubles) as well as indoor chairs and tables, lighting (electric, solar, or battery-powered lamps), heating (wood stove, propane, or electric), and parking.

Some sites have USB ports as well as BBQs and fire pits.

While it is leveled-up camping, it is important to note that there is no running water or plumbing inside the units.

Glampers should bring a non-exhaustive list of items like bedding, pillows, some cooking items, and your personal gear.

Renting the oTENTik tents start at CA$96 per night.

Quebec currently has four oTENTik camps across the province, including Forillon National Park, La Mauricie National Park, Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve, and Saint-Ours Canal National Historic Site.

For more information, visit Parks Canada

This story originally appeared on the Daily Hive. Featured image from Parks Canada.

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