Longitude 131°, Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia
Set amongst the red dunes of the Australian outback with picture-perfect views of Ayers Rock, this fairytale camp is quite simply the most unforgettable way to experience the uniqueness of Uluru National Park.
Combining all the romance of nights spent under canvas with bang-up-to-date gadgetry and top-notch facilities, Longitude 131° is a superb retreat, where a hard day's sightseeing is rounded off with the camp's speciality firelight dinner, served under the star-spangled desert sky.
Fifteen individually-designed tented sanctuaries recreate the pioneer camps of old, but full of luxe touches. Each raised tent is beautifully styled, and with their huge picture windows and electric blinds that open onto spectacular sunsets, Longitude 131° takes comfort camping to another level.
And while there's stacks to do, from cultural trips to awe-inspiring sunrise hikes or camel rides, there's also plenty to hang around camp for, including a turquoise pool, a cosy library, a restaurant serving up delicious gourmet delicacies, and Table 131° for private dining under the stars.