If tents were a necessity in olden times, now it has become more of a picnic accessory where people can park their bags and enjoy the scenery of whichever place they wish to explore. Gone are the days of old tents in dull shades of green and grey. There is a huge variety available in tent material and styles that almost anything is available that can suit your personality. Take a look at these unusual designs for tents and choose the best one for your camping holiday.
1. Star Gazer Tent
When you use an ordinary tent for accommodating your family and friends, the interiors can get terribly hot and with the limited resources available for cooling your body, this becomes a matter of great concern. Take a look at this innovative tent that can fan in cool air, straight from the atmosphere. The vibrant yellow tent comes with mesh panels all around it to allow the cool and fresh air to whistle in easily and caress your body ever so gently, lulling you to an undisturbed and heavenly sleep. It also includes a tub floor, rain skirt, ring for flashlight and expandable carry bag.
2. Piilo Tent
Tents are becoming ultra chic and futuristic by the day. The piilo tent is a baffling structure that does not even remotely resemble a tent. Designed to be a private tent suited for a lone traveller, this structure resembles a sea shell when opened in its full capacity. Translucent and easily manageable, it is a secret retreat which can even be used in the interiors of your home as a private cabin. Created by Markus Michalski, this modern day retreat defines the modern man who seeks some privacy and a tranquil place for stress relief, within his abode.
3. Treepee Tent
A great gift for your loved ones who love to travel and relax under a green shade, the treepee camping tent is a four tether structure which you can hang on the sturdy branch of a tree. The tethers can be secured in place on the ground after hanging the tent in your chosen spot. As it is slightly raised from the ground, you need not fear any attack form insects, slithers and critters. The tent has a pulley system which helps in hoisting the tent up and down without much effort. The material also offers UV protection, fire safety and water repellent as well. There is a wire mesh on the windows to fan in air.
4. Emergency Tent
Created by Patrick Warram, this award winning tent that can come to your rescue whether you are in a city or a jungle. This is a one piece structure with a single aluminium pole stitched onto polyester fabric that is recycled. Very light weight and easy to carry around, it takes minutes to set up the tent as there is no hassle of finding corners and fixing poles for setting up the tent.
5. Nyamuk Tent
Again a wonderful and lightweight creation that you can carry around effortlessly, the Nyamuk Tent is a multipurpose structure which can be used as a tent, hammock or even a sleeping bag. Designed by Leonie Bergmaier, this compact structure relieves your back off a number of camping gears. Stands on a single pole and comes with premium quality polyester material and great colures. Also included is a mosquito net.
6. Car Tent
As the name suggests, the tent is designed to look like a car cover and is best for camping inside the city. Can be set up anywhere in the city and looks as if your car is protected from the harsh weather conditions. Great camouflage for a stealthy day off from the prying eyes of your boss. Easy to set up and easy to carry around.
7. Decathlon Tent
One of the easiest and quickest tents when it comes to setting up, this tent which accommodates two people can be set up in a matter of minutes. No hassles of poles, fixing of material or assembling. All you need to do is to remove it out from the package and swish it in the air and the magic tent comes alive. Though it is not very roomy, it is more than enough for a couple who is off for a short vacation. Very light and high in quality, it comes for 100 dollars which is not a great amount considering the quality, ease and the utility.