Camping tents range start from 2-man to 8-man tents, included between 1 to 4 bedrooms, with or without a living space. There are different types of tents as well as different systems for pitching/taking down the tent. But how do you make the right choice?
There are 3 criteria that determine the choice of your camping tent: the berth, comfort, spaciousness and the time required to pitch/take down your tent.
Depending on the model, Quechua camping tents can sleep 2-8 in 1-4 separate bedrooms.
The living space provides extra space, in addition to the bedrooms, where you can sit down, have dinner, and depending on the tent design, stand up.
Comfort will vary according to the berth size, 60cm will provide you the minimum comfort. The tent's height will offer an additional comfort.
Our Air Seconds inflatable tents will bring more living space and therefore more comfort.
3. Quickness To Pitch And Take Down The Tent
The time required to pitch/take down the tent varies depending on the structure of the tent.
A classic pole assembly requires more time for pitching and taking down.
As much as camping is fun it can also be full of challenges and if you decide to venture out alone, challenges can increase even more. We’ve heard many time, prepare for the worst and hope for the best. The mountains literally teach us that.
Tarun Goel is a full-time traveller. Growing up in the mountains, hiking comes naturally to him. After years of wandering in the Himalayas, he is now ready to share his knowledge of the mountains and its needs.