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Glamping Comes to the Ramon Crater

Glamping, Ramon Crater (Photo: flickr/israelphotogallery)

For a limited time, Israel’s Tourism Ministry hosted “glamping” in the Ramon Crater with their signature Pop-Up Oasis Hotel – a lavishly designed tent – where campers experience nature while simultaneously experiencing glamour … aka glamping! The experience drew many celebrities and journalists from across the globe:

The Ramon Crater has long hosted travelers, going back to the days of spice traders who plied the ancient Incense Route and stayed at Khan Saharonim, a prehistoric stone structure used as a roadside inn.

But it is only now that the geological wonder can boast a glamping tent, a luxuriously appointed structure complete with handwoven rugs, soft sheets, and plush couches. . .

Wolff said she was overwhelmed by the Pop-Up Oasis, their driver and their tour guide who were with them during the five-day stay, the stargazing experience, and the fact that her personal butler made her an “awesome” vegan dinner.

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