Global glamping market to reach $5.94 billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 10.9% –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Glamping Market Size, Share and Trend Analysis Report by Accommodation (Cabins and Pods, Tents, Treehouses), by Age Group (18-32, 33-50) , by Region (APAC, North America) and Segment Forecast, 2022-2030″ report has been added to from offer.

The global glamping market size is expected to reach USD 5.94 billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 10.9% over the forecast period. With continuous modification of service offerings and expansions, the market is expected to see significant acceptance among tourists who prefer to stay closer to home while vacationing abroad. Additionally, staycations are becoming increasingly popular and are expected to continue to grow thanks to Airbnb and various other government-backed advertising campaigns in all regions. While de-stressing and relaxation are considered the major factors propelling the growth of the market, the need for a healthy lifestyle along with eco-tourism has created a high demand for an active outdoor regimen.

This, in turn, will have a positive impact on the market during the forecast period. Most consumers would rather spend a huge amount of money on immersive experiences than material goods. Ethical awareness as well as growing demand for greater ethical awareness from brands is expected to fuel industry growth from 2022 to 2030. Millennials today seek adventurous, personal and local experiences wherever she goes and is also willing to pay for this emotionally evocative understanding. , thus a high target population is expected to have a positive impact on the market over the forecast period. Additionally, another trend seen in the market is that in the past, staycations were only used for celebratory purposes.

Although the impact of COVID-19 on disposable income over the forecast period is not known, it seems that there is not much change on the industry. Glamping is a fairly inexpensive leisure offering within the tourism industry and therefore remains attractive to a large percentage. Additionally, traditional hospitality offerings including hotels, restaurants and resorts have taken a destructive toll due to COVID-19, while the glamping and camping industries have seen higher demand. as they provide socially distanced, hygienic and scheduled breaks away from the city. With no common areas or reception, bars or restaurants, operators like Hipcamp, Getaway and Tentrr offer well-placed tents or insulated cabins to meet this demand.

Additionally, glamping service providers are also focusing on partnerships with hotels and resorts to popularize and generate greater profits. For example, Glampique’s services are a perfect solution for business-to-business glamping offers. However, getting planning permission to start a glamping site is one of the challenges that many homeowners face. Land use permission to build glamping sites can take up to a year and is a very time consuming process. This is one of the main challenges that discourages people from starting their own glamping business; particularly in the United States, a few planning authorities simply do not view glamping as a business or the benefits of luxury camping as an environmentally friendly way to use land or a building and diversify or stimulate a local economy.

Glamping Market Report Highlights

  • Growing preference for contemporary tents, pods and cabins amidst nature is expected to be one of the major reasons driving the market over the forecast period

  • The cabin and pod segment accounted for the largest revenue share in 2021 and is expected to grow at a steady CAGR during the forecast period

  • Cabin and pod accommodations were the most preferred type of glamping due to amenities, such as secure door and window locks. With outdoor activities becoming more and more popular, travel enthusiasts are very attracted to the luxury services offered by glamping service providers.

  • The 18 to 32 age group segment will register the fastest CAGR during the forecast period. Rising trend in travel and tourism in the millennial category is fueling segment growth

  • Europe held the largest revenue share of over 35.00% in 2021. The market started as a niche segment in Europe; however, it has gained traction in recent years due to growing consumer awareness of the benefits of glamping

Main topics covered:

Chapter 1. Methodology and scope

1.1. Market segmentation and scope

1.2. Market definition

1.3. Acquiring information

1.4. Information analysis

1.5. Market formulation and data visualization

1.6. Data validation and publication

Chapter 2. Executive Summary

2.1. Market Outlook

2.2. Accommodation Prospects

2.3. Age Group Perspectives

2.4. Competitive Perspectives

Chapter 3. Glamping Market Variables, Trends and Scopeand

3.1. Market overview

3.2. Mapping of penetration and growth prospects

3.3. Industry Value Chain Analysis

3.4. Market dynamics

3.5. Business environment analysis

3.6. Glamping Market Roadmap

3.7. Market entry strategies

3.8. Impact of COVID-19 on the glamping market

Chapter 4. Consumer Behavior Analysis

4.1. Demographic analysis

4.2. Consumer trends and preferences

4.3. Factors affecting purchase decision

4.4. Consumer Product Adoption

4.5. Observations and Recommendations

Chapter 5. Glamping Market: Accommodation Estimates and Trend Analysis

5.1. Analysis of accommodation movements and market share, 2018 and 2025

5.2. Cabins and Pods

5.3. tents

5.4. Yurts

5.5. Tree house

5.6. Others

Chapter 6. Glamping Market: Estimates by Age Group and Trend Analysis

6.1. Analysis of movements by age group and market share, 2018 and 2025

6.2. 18-32 years old

6.3. 33-50 years old

6.4. 51-65 years old

6.5. Over 65

Chapter 7. Glamping Market: Regional Estimates and Trend Analysis

7.1. Regional movement analysis and market share, 2018 and 2025

7.2. North America

7.3. Europe

7.4. Asia Pacific

7.5. Central and South America

7.6. Middle East and Africa (MEA)

Chapter 8. Competitive Analysis

8.1. Major Global Players, Recent Developments and Their Impact on the Industry

8.2. Categorization of main companies/competitors (key innovators, market leaders, emerging players)

8.3. Supplier Landscape

8.3.1. Market share analysis of key companies, 2021

Chapter 9. Business Profiles

  • The Last Best Beef LLC

  • under canvas

  • Collective pensions

  • Tryrr

  • Ecological retreats

  • Baillie Lodges

  • Nightfall Camp Pty Ltd

  • Tanja Lagoon Camp

  • Wildman Wilderness Lodge

  • Paper bark camp

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