Dome tents Uyuni Salt Flats (Bolivia) photographer Stéphane Gautronneau (3)

Your options for picking a vacation destination are typically limited to the places where hotels and other accommodations have already been built. But the London-based luxury travel agency Black Tomato is changing that with a new offering: a service that allows you to make your next vacation spot anywhere in the world.

Called Blink, the highly personalized service provides temporary accommodations and a staff to set it all up and take it all down later. Prices range depending on the location and the length of your stay, but they can go anywhere from $10,964 a person for a three-night vacation in Morocco to $29,600 per person for a four-night trip to Bolivia.

Blink can bring five-star accommodations wherever you want to go, as long as you don’t mind sleeping in a luxury tent. Here’s how it works.

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Blink said in a press release that it can set up its temporary accommodations “anywhere in the world where we can transport the tents and materials.”

The travel agency’s suggested destinations include the sand bank of the Mekong river in Cambodia, the Chegaga sand dunes of Morocco, and the Uyuni salt flats of Bolivia.

Travelers can choose how they’d like their accommodations to look. There are a few tent options: canvas, dome, bubble, bell, tropical villa, yurt, and lodge.

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