Tent City Valley rounded with Airstreams
Tent City Valley rounded with Airstreams
2 guests
1 bed
4 baths
2 guests
1 bed
4 baths
You won’t be charged yet

You can camp in tents around airtsreams, Enjoy privacy and all the sounds of nature makes it a unique experience, bring your tent with dont provide tents
Viñedo Roa
Hacienda la Lomita
Viñedo Alximia
La cocina de doña Esthela (The World’s Best Breakfast Restaurant)
tras la lomita rest

The space

Glamping Art and Wine Route
Is a family project where we share our private collection of Airstream caravans, as well as our passtime of restoration with the visitors of the Guadalupe Valley Wine Route in Ensenada Baja California, Mexico.

Enjoy privacy and all the sounds of nature makes it a unique experience

Guest access

baths, lounge, bonfire,grills

Interaction with guests

we stay to welcome you and give directions if you want to interact we us let us know if you want your own privacy ask for!!

Other things to note

community bath. grills, bonfire, lounge , kitchens utensils, Bicycle, telescope, electric guitar, guitar

Pets allowed
Family/kid friendly

House Rules
Check in is anytime after 1PM

the price is for tent it will charge for an extra, fees are charge for pets for cleaning

You must also acknowledge
Dog(s) live in the house


16 Reviews

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Emily User Profile
October 2017
This is such a special place! My boyfriend and I camped for one night in a tent. The location is awesome- private and secluded but only a short drive from Ensenada. The people are friendly and helpful, the amenities are fantastic (hot shower with toiletries and towels, flushing toilets, clubhouse, fire pit). I'll be back!

Olav Lange User Profile
September 2017
This is the most awesome place and the most awesome people I have ever experienced. I came after 23 and becouse of dead battery I had to call. They came and took me to the camping. I was welcomed and immediately felt like I was a member of a family. They took me to a local very authentic restaurant with a small but amazing private museum. In the night the stars were clear as I never saw the night sky. And the noise I couldn't figure out what was, was that of complete silence. If you want the true experience of a "get-away" this is the genuine authentic thing. Thank you so much. Ill be looking forward to visit you again. Hopefully soon!

Anthony User Profile
August 2017
Glamping ruta de arte y vino was so much fun!! We came in a bit after dark so it was pretty tough to find. It's not far from the main highway, about 10 minutes, but it's a little ways down a dirt road (like everything in the valle). Keep an eye out for the little airstream signs like clues leading toward a hidden treasure! We brought our own trailer to camp so we didn't stay in the airstreams, but they have great common amenities for guests. The clubhouse has hammocks, furniture, a bbq, dishes and a sink that people are free to use. It's also the coolest (temperature) place in the park during the heat of the day, so was a nice place to hang out to get out of the sun. Adjacent to the clubhouse there are nice toilets in little outhouses and an outdoor enclosed shower with hot water. They do a great job of keeping things clean, and provide towels and soap and other thoughtful but rustic camping accoutrements that make you feel well taken care of. They had everything we needed and the owner and his staff are extremely nice and really helpful. We'll definitely be coming back. It's a fun and certainly different way to experience Valle de Guadalupe and would recommend it to anyone who loves camping and meeting great people!

Cliona User Profile
July 2017
The Valle de Guadalupe is very hot at this time of year but there was plenty of shade at Glamping Ruta De Arte Y Vino. The site is close to all of the major wineries as well as the far more interesting little vineyards in the area. The campsite comes into it's own after dark, with all of the lovely airstream trailers lit festively and a wood fire going outside of each one and everyone gathered together in the bar, sharing their wine. Caesar, Jose & Xiomara were very welcoming which made a world of difference as I was traveling on my own with my dogs. The only thing I missed was wifi but the lack of it only adds to the rustic, off-the-grid charm of the place. We will certainly be back!

R. Pamela User Profile
May 2017
We originally booked 2 days but enjoyed the place so much that we extended it for another day. Valle de Guadalupe is a magical place and the best place to truly appreciate the area and nature are none other than Glamping Ruta De Arte Y Vino. On our first day, we used the community bikes to explore the area and eat at nearby Lomita Vineyards. On the day of our arrival, we were blessed with amazing weather and we met the couple who had their unique wedding at Glamping Ruta De Arte Y Vino during the weekend. From the moment we arrived, we felt welcomed and a sense of community enveloped us like we were visiting our family. On our first night, we camped in our tent, but the following day we moved into an Airstream since only one of us had a pad and sleeping without one can be uncomfortable. There's Pergola where everyone congregates for drinks, food, conversation, use of 2 hammocks, guitar and telescope for stargazing. There are communal bathrooms and a shower (with hot water :). Everything you need. We would suggest taking the Tuk Tuk tour, to learn more about the valley, and its rich history. You can go into town to buy groceries and visit the nearby vineyards. Inquire about a tour to Ensenada. Our goal was to unplug and just enjoy nature and each other's company. We not only accomplished this, but we met new friends along the way. It's truly a unique experience we recommend. We loved it so much, we're making it an annual tradition. If NY was closer, I would return more often. Special thanks to Cesar, Cynthia, Don Jose, and Andres who went out of their way to make our stay magical, special and far more than we imagined. We cannot wait to return! Billy & Pam

Kristen User Profile
December 2016
Note, this is a review for tent camping. When we arrived we were greeted by Jose who was really nice and showed us around the place. We set up our tents in the grassy area in front of the airstreams, and it was a great and scenic spot to camp. The bathrooms were nice and very clean, and the bar/living room area was a welcome change to our camping chairs and cooler setup. The only downside was that I think all the airstreams were rented out by a group who partied late into the night. Our tent doesn't keep out noise like I am sure the airstreams do, so I wish we would have packed some earplugs. People were very friendly, and Jose offered us hot coffee and cinnamon buns when we packed up and rolled out early the next morning. We will definitely come back here again next time we roll through Guadalupe.

Taylor User Profile
December 2016
This place is awesome, go check it out. Cesar made us feel very welcome and we'll be coming back.

Guadalupe, MexicoJoined in September 2014
Glamping Ruta De Arte Y Vino User Profile
Cesar is are your host. he have this project in the Valley of Guadalupe come and live it. This hippie hangout -- or “10-acre nomadic hotel and campground” -- features five ultra-cool restored trailers. ¡ An amazing experience ! A differrent way to enjoy the outdoors, glamping…
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