13 Amazing Tents That Will Make You Want To Go Camping Right Now


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Nature has the best remedies to relax and reset you. Taking a walk in the outdoors, unplugging the routine and finding adventure is one of the best things. Camping is among those activities that can take one close to nature and test their survival skills as well. To camp, tents were developed by some really genius engineers. They fulfill all the needs of a room and are very lightweight. They can withstand heavy weather conditions and are easy to transport as well.

Here are 13 tents that are so amazing that you might want to go camping right now.

Orange Solar Tent

While camping away from all the civilization, the power supply is a little hard to find. This Kaleidoscope design studio has teamed up with Orange to create the Orange Solar Tent concept.

This idea of tent combines the traditional tent styling with solar panels that can power all the devices you need. This was originally conceived as an accommodation option for the summer music festival in Glastonbury.

Shoal Tent

If you want to take your camping experience to next level, you can take your camp in the water and float in it. This tent from SmithFly, called the Shoal Tent is basically providing aquatic accommodation. The tent doesn’t use any poles so you need to take a portable air compressor with you.

The base of the shoal tent inflates to become a floating raft and air pressure in the other two compartment means that even in the heavy winds, the tent will stay upright.

Bubble Tent

This tent will take you as close to the nature as possible. The bubble-shaped tent has clear walls so you can feel the wind while staying warm inside the tent.

It has a room inside and has a hard floor so that all the scenery of nature can be enjoyed with luxury.

Jakpak

This tent not only provides you a place to sleep but also protect while you hike.

It has a waterproof rain jacket, sleeping bag, and tent in a single piece of clothing. And when you are not using it as a tent, it folds up nicely into a backpack and can be used that way.

Truck Tent

This tent turns any truck into a home. Attach it to your vehicle or small truck and wherever you park is now your home. These tents have a range from simple to deluxe but all of them can turn you into a true nomad.

Tentsile

The CEO of Tentsile said, “They can’t chop trees down if we’re all hanging out with them.” This tent not only provides a place to sleep but also gives a base camp for the environmental activism. The creators of Tentsile love trees so much that with every tent they sold, they planted 18 trees. So far they have planted over 140,000 seedlings.

Cocoon Hanging Tent

The cocoon tree bed is a part tent and a part treehouse. It is designed to hang from the sturdy tree branches to give its inhabitants a unique perspective on nature.

It is made in France and these tents have a hard floor and have space for two people.

The Interconnected Tented Village

These interconnected tents are called Qube. They go from a solo party to a family in just seconds as these tents can be set up within two minutes. If you buy additional tunnels, you can build a city with your tents.

The Paddock Tent

This tent is perfect for those who want to mix up completely in their surroundings. Provided, if your destination of choice is a countryside farm.

This farm is waterproof and has space for two people. The tent is covered with pictures of sheep grazing happily.

The Outrigger Kayak Tent

Why set your tent in one location if you can take it to various places in water? This tent is a combination of an open top outrigger kayak with a weatherproof tent. You can move the boat around with pedals or ordinary paddle to find your secret island.

The Sydney Opera House Luxury Camper Trailer

If the design of the tent is what you want then this tent from Belgian architect Axel Enthoven is the best option for you.

This tent makes the camping a five-star experience. The camper trailer can easily be towed and then assembled in minutes to form the perfect five-star tent house.

The Car Park Camper’s Choice

This tent was designed by artist Micheal Rakowitz to show the conversion of space in crowded areas. The greater outdoors can be a little too much sometimes. The weather, bugs and many other difficult situations that comes with camping. If you want to camp but you don’t want to get yourself into these problems, you can consider this car tent option.

Just set this tent in a car park and stay inside it to have your camping experience. The tents are also ideal for those who are sick of the rent prices in cities. Paying for a car park is obviously cheaper than paying the full lease.

The Trampoline Tent

One of the life’s greatest pleasures is to lie out on a trampoline and soak up the sun. Cover that trampoline with a tent and you can sleep in it too.

This tent can easily attach to your existing trampoline and provides a great space for camping in summers or an extra room for some unexpected guests.

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