NightFall Wilderness Camp is free from the excess’ and challenge of modern life, redefining comfort through permanent safari tents, deluxe fire-cooked cuisine, and the carefree feeling of catching up with old friends.
The local eco-tourism allows for intimate action with nature — “from the ‘everyday’ sightings of wallabies, parrots and blue-eyed dew fish to the rare plants and wildlife which share Nightfall’s rich conservation protected landscape”.
Location - Lamington, Australia
Price starting at - appx. $500/night per couple
More info - nightfall.com.au
words by Eric Christy, photos provided by NightFall Wilderness Camp
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