Holidaymakers turned to ‘gamping’ this summer to beat down costs

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With the cost of living spiking across Europe, more and more holidaymakers are turning to camping instead of paying for hotels this summer. And one latest trend, which took off amid the COVID-19 pandemic, is garden camping, or “gamping”. For prices usually much cheaper than campsites, and for locations more private, secluded and closer to nature, greater numbers of tourists are paying to stay in someone’s garden or field. Most have spartan facilities: an outdoors toilet and a BBQ pit. Many are in a farmer’s field. They may lack the services of a traditional campsite, but gamping enthusiasts ar…

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