A tent with a skylight? These new camps in Costa Rica, Canada and the American Southwest range from simple and modern to borderline decadent. In the foothills of the Cariboo Mountains, Siwash Lake lodge reopened last summer, two years after a devastating wildfire.
The lodge launched Siwash Star Camp, two canvas tents set on a ridgetop platform deck with views of the lake and mountains. The tents are done in a traditional style, with patchwork quilts and antique furniture; the camp has a separate, heated washroom, an outdoor cedar hot tub, and loungers for stargazing like a pasha. Stays include meals sourced from the ranch’s farm and surrounding wilderness, and activities such as horseback riding and river-rafting, reports The Wall Street Journal.