If you like the idea of camping but hate the thought of getting dirt under your fingernails, glamping might be right up your alley. Alternatively, you could always just rent a hotel room and stare out the window. It’s essentially the same thing.
According to Canoe Travel, a Canadian camping website, glamping is ideal for those individuals who really aren’t into “nature”, as it were. The site describes this peculiar activity as being “perfect for discerning travellers or any would-be camper nervous about equipment or the elements, it combines the comforts of modern furniture, electrical lighting and, in some cases, chef-prepared gourmet meals with the simplicity of camping.”