July 1, 2019 Wander-lust

Camp on a deserted island near Amsterdam!

Who wants to spend the night on a desert island can do it right here in the Netherlands. During the Pampus nights, everyone can camp on this historic island near Amsterdam.

Campspace, known for their rather special camping spots around Europe, previously set up tents in the Olympic Stadium and hanging off De Euromast in Rotterdam. This year, the Dutch camping startup lands on a deserted island in its own country.

Everyone flies to Thailand, Bali or another location. We show that you can also have a holiday in your own country on an uninhabited island

Close to home but still far away

While you may be used to the busy streets of Amsterdam, you can now enjoy the tranquility and a beautiful starry sky just a stone’s throw away. In July and August there are 31 exclusive nights where you can book a fully catered tent with dinner and breakfast on Pampus island. In addition, there are 4 nights where you can bring your own tent.

Campus island Amsterdam

Together with five friends the island for yourself

Those who have always dreamed of having their own island can register for the special competition via www.campspace.com/win. On Friday, July 5th, there will be tents ready for the winners, a singer-songwriter will perform at the campfire and you can enjoy a free dinner and breakfast!

With our sharing platform we want to show that an adventure can also take place very close to home.

Pampus nights can be booked now

If you want to save your camping spot on Pampus Island, you can book it now. The price for an overnight stay varies between €39.50,- and €379,- Everyone who books a camping night on the island contributes to the crowdfunding to make the historic fortress island self-sufficient.

Happy camping!

Wander-Lust

 

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