Getting away from it all doesn't have to mean foregoing the perks of civilization. An increasing number of luxury camp sites, which combine the joy of not working remotely with the comfort of, well, comfort, allow travelers to have their cake and eat it on a porch with a view. Want to enjoy nature and hot water? Not a problem. The world's best camps have electricity, feather beds, butler service, wine cellars, and a lot of acreage. Here's a look at some of the finest luxury camping experiences available across the globe.
As much an art project as a lodge, Treehotel is a collection of distinctive "hotel rooms" designed by noted Scandinavian architects. Each is located halfway up the trunk of an old growth pine in the middle of a forest. Each room is a unique design – one is a UFO shape; another is constructed from mirrors. Dining is hyper-local and activities vary based on season: though the chance to catch the northern lights is a winter-only thrill. Visit during the summer, when bright nights are spent on horseback. [From $507/night; treehotel.se]