Huge tracts of land should be opened up for สล็อตโรม่าฟรี people to camp on in Wales, campaigners have said.
Organisations like the National Trust, Natural Resources Wales and the Crown Estate own or manage hundreds of thousands of acres of land in Wales.
With holidaymakers facing problems booking traditional campsites as demand surges, some are looking elsewhere.
Wild camping is banned in Wales and England, except on parts of Dartmoor. It is legal in Scotland.
Carl Collins, co-founder of website Tentlife, said allowing wild camping in Wales was "a very viable option".
In Scotland, he said there could be problems from people who did not understand "the etiquette", but there was a warden scheme to counter this and believes any potential problems could be resolved.
"You pay to wild camp, but it is only £3 per night, so you pay a nominal fee and abide by leave-no-trace rules," Mr Collins said.
"You'll get more people out and you'll get a modicum of revenue. In that respect, it's a good idea".
Neither National Parks Wales nor the National Trust welcome wild camping, while Natural Resources Wales said it was "unlikely" it would give permission.