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Camping Raft

Cool, cool water where I rest my head

The peaceful waterways from the Netherlands have long been a popular holiday destination. There's something about calm, freshwater, trees and far-distant grasslands that relaxes the soul. The issue here is, you always have to leave the water and return back to reality by heading back to your hotel after your day. What if you can literally live on water? This is where the camping raft floats into view. It is 25 square metres of raft with a wooden hut on board. There isn't any electricity and radio and mobile phone me is discouraged. The peaceful water and sound of nesting birds are here to lull you to definitely sleep inside the curtain-closed hut. You must bring your own sleeping, cooking and eating materials but the gas stove is provided out of the box the canoe so you can explore the local area through the traditional Dutch waterways. Fishing is allowed and bicycles could be hired so there will not be wont of healthy activities to keep you entertained during your stay.

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Photo by ML Huskens

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