After a one-year hiatus, the pop-up glamping village in Laax has set up camp again.
The lotus-shaped canvas tents were placed on Alp Nagens, an alpine meadow at 2000 meters above sea level. Reachable by cable car from Laax, the units of TCS Pop-Up Glamping are ready to be booked through mid-September.
The setting on Alp Nagens is stellar: on clear nights, you will be gazing at the Milky Way above. And once the sun comes up, the mountain panorama of Grisons will unfold in front of your eyes. (The location is ideal for sunrise lovers given its unobstructed views of the eastern horizon.)
Glamping done right
The pop-up village offers seventeen comfortable and beautifully equipped Lotus Belle tent units of roughly 20 square meters each.
The latest addition: two exquisite 65-square-meter Mahal tent suites. Think double bed, dining area, lounge chair, private deck, and even a fridge!
All tents are mounted on a sturdy timber foundation. Inside each unit, there is a coffee maker, a heating unit, and: power. With all those Instagramable spots around, you will surely need to recharge your smartphone...
In addition, each tent features an ecological Kompotoi toilet. These Swiss-made outhouses offer privacy and comfort, meanwhile neutralizing any smells with the use of wood shavings.
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Step into the UNESCO World Heritage site Sardona
A short hike from the glamping site, a vast plateau serves as the entrance to the UNESCO World Heritage site Sardona. As you continue towards the waterfall, pay attention to the peaks in front of you. The Tschingelhörner chain offers an amazing look into the past, with the layered rock showcasing how the alps were formed.