The nights slept in the tent have a special charm. You have to live this experience to fully understand it. In hiking, the tent becomes your temporary home in nature, so it would be wise to choose it carefully. It protects you from insects, rain, wind or snow and gives you privacy, but these are not the only criteria you need to take into account. You will notice that you will have a wide range of models to choose from and even if it will seem like a real challenge, we will help you find the right tent for you.
"Life in a tent" can be an interesting and important story in the travel diary, especially if you have the right tent for you. As you choose your home, the tent must be chosen according to the important needs for you. The key questions you need to ask yourself and that will outline the design of the marquee are:
How many people have to enter the tent?
What season do I go to the tent?
Where do you want to camp?
How will you transport it?
Based on this data, you will have a starting point in filtering tent models.
Important criteria in choosing a tent:
Accessibility: Set the budget you want to fit into and choose the best tent you can afford;
Quality and durability: Do you want a tent that lasts for several years or do you want to use it only once? If you want a durable tent you have to choose one that has sticks, zippers and strong ties;
Size and capacity: Comfort should not be neglected when choosing a tent, because it also determines how pleasant the experience and even the whole trip will be. Consider how many people will sleep, if room separation is needed, if an area is needed for storing things, if more entrances will be needed, what height would be comfortable, and what other specific needs residents might have. If there are more people, especially children or pets, a larger tent is recommended, with different rooms and more entrances, to allow an easy passage for all those who stay in the tent. Usually, the capacity indicated by the manufacturers is a bit optimistic, so it is good to check before purchasing;
Tent weight and size when packed: Will you carry the tent in the back or will you put it in the trunk of the car? How much space will it take up in the car? Take these criteria into account when choosing it so as not to have any surprises;
Resistance to weather changes: Either rain or wind, the tent must withstand. Make sure it is designed to withstand and protect you, regardless of weather changes;
Easy to set up: Even if it's nice to demonstrate our ability to set up a tent, we need to consider crisis situations, such as getting up at night or camping in rainy weather, when the weather won't help you. set up the tent. So, choose a tent that is set up quickly.
Tent for 3 seasons: Ideal for seasons with temperate climate (spring, summer and autumn) and withstands wind and rain;
Tent for 4 seasons: They have several support rods to withstand strong winds or large layers of snow. It is usually dome-shaped to prevent snow from accumulating;
Tent for 3-4 seasons: tent that can adapt to 3 seasons by removing sticks, but also ideal for winter;
Simple tent: it is lighter and equipped with more ventilation to ensure thermal comfort inside on hot days;
Family or camp tent: it is a shelter that can accommodate a larger group of people (maximum capacity is indicated on the tent, but must also be checked in practice);
Sleeping screen: is an ultra-light shelter, used in conditions of excessive heat and provides protection against insects.
Choose your tent wisely and you will enjoy a unique experience! You will be in direct contact with nature, you will feel its scent and you will hear it "musicality”In every rustle or gust of wind.