Experiential and expedition travel brand Pelorus and glamping pioneer Camp Kerala have teamed up to offer new options for exclusive one-off camps in remote parts of the UK.
Looking to develop staycation opportunities while Brits are currently unable to travel easily overseas, the companies will now turn to creating luxury mobile tented camp experiences together, once domestic travel is viable again.
Camp Kerala started in 2005 and is perhaps best known for its ultra-luxury campsite at Glastonbury, set up each year as an exclusive hideaway during the festival, which has had to be cancelled this year.
Pelorus was set up in 2017 to offer private adventures for high-end travellers in some of the most remote places around the world, using the military expertise of founders Jimmy Carroll and Geordie Mackay-Lewis, who both served in the British Army.
Now the firms say they will “build every journey from scratch so that the camp will become a home away from home” for clients and their families.
“Whether it is a celebratory occasion or a family adventure, Pelorus’ aim is to build something truly extraordinary in travel,” Carroll said. “There is so much of these isles not being seen – we aim to show people what is out there, with the finest accommodation, dining and service to come home to. Camp Kerala certainly knows how to provide all of this, and one hell of a party.”