Gatlinburg Cabin RentalWritten by Dani Martin
Gatlinburg cabin rental options range from old-fashioned rustic “log cabins” to cottages, Swiss-style Chalets, and upscale condominiums full of luxurious modern amenities. In addition, hotel and motel rooms are also available for rent in Gatlinburg, a favorite cabin rental destination located in eastern Tennessee. Gatlinburg boasts instant access to beautiful scenery, outdoor activities, shopping, and dining.
While many modern cabins have sprouted up, there are still cabins in Gatlinburg that date back more than two centuries. Founded in 1800s as White Oaks and later renamed Gatlinburg, charming town began attracting recreational visitors with opening of Great Smoky Mountains National Park in 1934. In past few decades Gatlinburg has developed into a top-notch vacation spot that welcomes visitors year-round.
In renting your Gatlinburg cabin, you have choice of a private tucked-away cabin or a more community-centered vacation. Some resort communities feature swimming pool, clubhouses, meeting rooms as well as central patios. Cabins located within such communities are spaced apart to ensure maximum privacy and peacefulness.
www.E-GatlinburgCabins.com explains that many different types of lodging plans are available: single and double occupancies, family-oriented vacations, corporate rentals, and exclusive wedding and honeymoon packages. Gatlinburg cabin rentals with one bedroom are typically priced from $110 to 150 per night. Two bedroom cabins are typically priced from $120 to $170 per night. Larger family packages, such as three and four bedroom cabins tend to range from $130 through $250 per night, and wedding and honeymoon packages can range anywhere from $250 to over $1,000 for an entire stay.
Overland with the Independent Adventure TruckWritten by Gregory Hudson
Transcontinental journeys are no mean feat, you need a sturdy; trustworthy companion. Not just any auxiliary travel buddy, but a solid, dependable vehicle. When it comes to choosing that vehicle, nothing beats an Overland Expedition Truck, Here's why... Some of key features of an Overland Expedition Vehicle:
Completing successful African and Middle Eastern tours in extreme conditions requires a vehicle with grit. Overland trucks provide just that. They're built for one purpose and that's getting you there.
Overland vehicles are not just tough - a big part of journey is also enjoyment provided by truck's large windows, helping you capture those lasting impressions of unexplored territory.
The best overland trucks always provide one unique vantage point in particular, known as “The Beach”, but that we will discuss this shortly.
Before a journey begins, it is essential that vehicle visit workshop every three months and go for extensive services prior to trip. During trip preventative maintenance also needs to be carried out by a qualified driver.
What makes overland travel in a purpose-built truck so much fun?
All trucks are equipped with:
Inward-facing coach seats with head rests that are specifically designed to provide more storage space for your souvenirs, greater luggage capacity for you and a lot of room for your legs, allowing you to stretch out on longer overland journeys.
This may mean fewer passengers on a trip than there would be with a 'bus' layout with narrow aisles, but extra space is always appreciated!