Grand Canyon Glamping in a Glass Pyramid Under the Stars

Soon you can glamp in a glass pyramid under the stars near the Grand Canyon.

Slated to open in October, Nomad’s Pad has recently met fundraising goals to begin building a suite of 10 temp-controlled luxury glass pyramids in the rural town of Grand Canyon Junction, which is just a short, 25-minute drive from the Grand Canyon itself.

Nomad’s Pad is the brainchild of Jenny and Victor Pegeanu, who together bring years of nature-focused rental property experience throughout the Grand Canyon area.

Each 400 square-foot pyramid at Nomad’s Pad will be intentionally kept few and far between to allow unobstructed 360 degree desert views for a truly off-the-grid stay without forsaking the comforts of home. Constructed of UV-resistant smart glass technology, the pyramids’ clear glass walls can turn opaque at the touch of a button for added privacy.

Indoor amenities include air conditioning, a queen-sized bed, luxury linens, a detached private bathroom and shower, eco-friendly toiletries, and complimentary tea and coffee. Step outside where a private hot tub, propane fire pit, a hammock, and a private patio await at guests’ disposal.

On-site activities will include sip and paint classes, yoga, sound baths, outdoor movies, and live music and campfires under the stars. Guests can also enjoy fresh, farm-to-table meals and a juice bar on site, as well as the availability to book hikes, jeep tours, boating trips, and south rim airplane tours, among other local activities.

Supporters who back the Indiegogo campaign now will be granted priority access to the booking calendar once the project is complete. Click here for more information, or to contribute to the campaign and receive your voucher for a future stay.

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