This company converts helicopters to luxurious rental units and now it’s opening the first helicopter glamping resort in Joshua tree

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The idea of flying to an exotic vacation spot in a chopper sound exciting and romantic, right? But have you wondered what would it be like to stay inside a helicopter that has been converted into a luxury accommodation? A California-based construction company named Mega Remodeling recently posted a video on Instagram teasing its first “Helicopter Glamping” project. In case you’ve never heard of glamping before, it combines the thrill and excitement of camping without compromising on glamor and luxury. The concept of helicopter glamping involves decommissioned helicopters that have been remodeled into luxurious campers.

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The unique project has its own website, which offers more details about it: “Helicopter Glamping is a new and exciting concept that redefines the concept of ‘glamping.’ We take helicopters and turn them into luxurious rental units that can be set up anywhere in the world. Our goal is to provide a unique and unforgettable experience that you can’t find anywhere else.” The teaser video posted on Instagram includes 3D digital renders of how these helicopter glamping units would look once built, along with actual footage of the site where the first project is being constructed.

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The official website also states: “We create and furnish every unit with the highest quality materials and amenities to ensure that our customers have the most comfortable and pleasant stay possible. Whether you’re looking for a unique outdoor vacation or a romantic getaway, we have something for everyone. Come explore the world of Helicopter Glamping.” According to the caption on the Instagram video, the first project is being built somewhere around Joshua Tree National Park in California. The company claims that the first helicopter glamping resort would be ready to welcome guests in the first quarter of 2024.

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