Pagel France – Moomba Lodge, Safari Tent Glamping
Pagel’s ‘Glamping in France’ experience offers a fun, adventurous and authentic way to reconnect with nature without compromise; featuring spacious and comfortable interiors with all home comforts and all of the normal baby, toddler and child facilities and toys you have come to expect from Pagel. At night when you look up you see a sky full of stars and realise, at that moment, you are looking at the Milky Way. That is why the evenings at Pagel in our Moomba Lodge are so special.
The high-end luxury camping facilities include everything from a complete furnished kitchen to delicious comfortable beds, and from high chairs to your own bathroom just outside the lodge (under cover and in a beach hut wooden structure). The Moomba Lodge is themed for the children – Name Moomba is Sanskrit for for young lioness. The “Moomba Lodge” is constructed on a wooden platform of 72 m2 and a living area from 40 m2. No need to bring your own things because everything you need is already there – glasses, cups, cutlery, pans, water, cooker etc!
in the Moomba tent
Comfortable sofa in the lounge area
Furniture fabricated from natural products
Complete furnished kitchen inc fridge and microwave
Dining table and chairs
3 comfortable bedrooms:
Twin room &
the Children’s Cabin bed (sleeps 2)
Linen is included
Your own bathroom outside your lodge on our decking under a canopy and housed in a wooden beach hut
Outdoor seating for eating al fresco
Washing machine in central laundry room
Internet – You can use a wireless connection near the indoor playbarn
A childhood dream of an adventure with mummy and daddy: sleeping under the stars but safe and fenced in, with swimming and luxury facilities. The Moomba Safari Lodge has use of all the communal facilities at Pagel including the weekly family meal and chef services. Glamping in France has never been this glamorous, family friendly and charming.
The Lot Region
The real France, lying a little to the south of the Dordogne is a most beautiful region of glorious sunflowers, tobacco plantation and walnut groves. The river Lot winds its way through rolling hills, with emerald meadows mingling with forests and limestone gorges, which are dotted with caves then weaves a blue ribbon through some of the oldest vineyards in France. It’s a diverse region, with inland beaches, and pretty bastide medieval towns, with castles and chateaux perched on cliff tops. The area is famous for wine, cepes, pickled walnuts, and foie gras, black truffles and other gastronomic delights.