Glamping is by invite only, did you receive your email?
From mid-September to mid-November  
and
from mid-March to mid-June

Glamping, what to expect?

When you glamp with us, you will feel freedom like you have never felt before!  Jake and I decided to move to our land... Well, we decided to keep OUI Experience open and to do that (with 3 of our 5 first UTV's breaking in the first 6 month of operation and Covid) we "forced" ourselves to move on our land to continue to make people happy with the off-roading. We packed our boxes, rented a moving truck and drove to our land. In the moving truck I looked at Jake and I said: " We are totally crazy, this is a stupid idea, I don't want to live in the middle of the desert with no electricity or water!". We continued our drive and the second we arrived on our land I remember opening the door of the truck and feeling WOW! THIS is freedom!!!

Lucky for you, we worked hard on our land, and we are offering you this freedom with the luxury (that we did not have when we first moved). 

You will experience off-grid living with us being there just to help with anything. The nearest neighbor (the only one) is half a mile away. We recommend a high clearance vehicle as you will drive on low maintenance dirt roads to get to us. 

What is Glamping?

In two words: Luxury Camping (glamourous camping)!

It is seeing stars and the Milky way with no light pollution, it is hearing silence with no electricity hum, it is feeling alone but not lonely in the middle of nowhere. It is taking the time to eat smores around a fire.

When you glamp, you take the time to live while enjoying the comfort of a real bed with linen sheets, a completely normal bathroom with a big shower and a space to cook delicious meals.

The sunrises, sunsets, and stars are breathtaking!

 It is peace and quiet until... you decide to go off-roading with Jake!!!

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What does Glamping consist of?

Each yurt is equipped with a comfortable bed, lights, a coffee machine, a solar generator (no sound because it is solar) to have electricity and charge your phones or other electronic devices.

In the bathroom you have a nice shower with hot water, soap, shampoo and conditioner.

In the kitchen area there is a BBQ, basic cookware, and utensils.

Ang guess what? You still have cell phone reception!

What is available for me when I glamp?

Yurt: electricity, coffee machine, coffee, sugar, fire pit area

Kitchen: BBQ, cooking basics (salt, pepper, BBQ utensils, plates bowls, cups, silverware, pans and pots), cooler, water, table and chairs, ,

Bathroom: normal water bathroom with hot water, toilet paper, towels, soap, shampoo and conditionner.

Activities: Yard games, board games, darts and all of our extra regular activities like off-roading, corks and cocktails, drive-in movie night, videogame night, zumba, healthy cooking class, paddleboarding or tubing if it is warm enough!

What do you do when you glamp?

We offer a range of day and evening activities for our glampers from off-roading to drive-in movie nights, yard and board games, videogames... There are also so many things to do near us.

Things to do near us

We are situated near the West Rim of the Grand Canyon where you can walk on the glass skywalk, a helicopter flight, a pontoon ride, whitewater rafting and ziplining.

We also have amazing hikes one of which goes to naturally occurring hot springs.

You can play Frisbee Golf in the Hualapai Mountains.

There are a lot of golf courses near us with spa facilities.

You can visit the Hoover Dam.

You can visit an old ghost town (Oatman) with a donkey as the mayor.

You can visit the heart of Route 66: Kingman!

You can go to Laughlin and have a dinner on the Celebration boat, take a jetboat to Lake Havasu or rent a Polaris Slingshot.

The best part is we are here to help plan your perfect vacation, sort of like your own private concierge!

 

How to make the most of your trip?

We are so close to Las Vegas that you can plan Glamping on our land and extend your stay by adding nights at a hotel in Las Vegas!

How to save a little bit of money on hotels in Las Vegas? Choose weeknights (Sundays to Thursdays are usually a lot cheaper hotel nights to stay in Las Vegas and the Strip is a lot less busy during the week.)

Glamp with us during the weekend and add a couple of nights in Las Vegas.

How to get the cheapest flights

If your dates are flexible use google flights to get the best prices.

1. In google write flights from "your town" to Las Vegas

2. Select one way (you will be able to see the best days to fly this way)

3. Choose any date

4. Click on the date to open the calendar

5. Press done.

6. Click again on the date and look at prices for the next 6 months

7. Now the trick is to do the same thing for the returning flight so from Las Vegas to "your town" and find the best dates to come back also!

If you need help, we are here to help you!

Itinerary example

Choose a flight to Las Vegas Wednesdays are usually less expensive and spend 2 nights there.

Rent a car on Friday morning and stop at the Hoover Dam.

Take the time to eat lunch in Boulder City, it is a very nice city with a lot of history.

Stop in a grocery store to buy food for a couple of days.

Head to your glamping yurt and take the time to unpack and get comfortable.

After 2 days in Las Vegas, you will be happy to cook a delicious meal for yourself in your private kitchen.

Choose a night activity or just take the time to relax, enjoy the sunset, enjoy the stars and a nice fire with smores.

The next days you can do onsite activities like off-roading or one of the activities that you can drive to like enjoying a day in Laughlin.

Sundays and Mondays are also good days to take a flight back to your home from Las Vegas.

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