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Longitude 131°, Australia

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Staying in one of Longitude 131°’s 15 luxury tents is not exactly roughing it – the experience is better described as “glamping.” The exclusive camp is at the gateway of Australia’s Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, a dual World Heritage site. Each tent is built on stilts, leaving the desert sand undisturbed, and the resort runs on solar power. Visitors get a spectacular, private view of sunsets and sunrises over magnificent Ayers Rock. You can indulge in local wine under the stars or take part in a resort eco-tour – but the main entertainment is the breathtaking scenery.
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