There’s a lot to consider when planning an eco friendly holiday. From the transport you choose to get you there to the accommodation in which you stay and the activities you do during your break, every part of your holiday has an environmental implication. For those travellers who seek to make their holiday as environmentally friendly as possible, one of the most important considerations is your carbon footprint.
If you’re fed up of the dark morning and evenings, then look forward to your 2016 glamping break with Wigwam Holidays. With over 70 sites dotted across the British Isles, there’s just one problem. Which one do you choose?
Set in National Parks, on working farms, close to rugged coasts or on remote islands, Wigwam Holidays offer a unique experience of getting close to the natural in complete comfort – in short, camping made comfy! And with a focus on enjoying the great outdoors, some Wigwam Holidays sites have been presented with David Bellamy awards in recognition of the steps they’ve taken to care for the environment.
Equafleece’s new ‘Soft Fuschia’ pink fleece wear offers a rosier forecast this Spring for discerning dog owners, not to be caught out by an ‘April’ shower.
One hundred per cent ‘rain-proof’, Equafleece is British designed and made from Polartec™ fleece. Lightweight and super soft, it’s ideal for a walk in the park, a run in the fields or simply to pop on post swim.
Perfect for elderly or arthritic dogs whose condition worsens in damp weather, Equafleece also gives an extra layer to single coated breeds, often reluctant to walking in the rain.
If you fancy the idea of sharing some time out on an idyllic farm in the Blackdown Hills with some cows, sheep, chickens and a goose called George, then Dimpsey Glamping is your perfect location.
The Dimpsey hut is a luxury, five star shepherd hut, and is a little haven on a farm - a retreat made with the specific purpose of disconnecting in order to reconnect. Whether it's sitting under the stars with the fire pit burning, or snuggling in cosy sheepskin rugs with a mug of hot chocolate, or taking a stroll in the hills and returning to homemade farmhouse kitchen fayre, Dimpsey appeals as the perfect experience to rejuvenate mind, body and soul.