Getting Back To Basics: The Best Tents Of 2019

For the traveler who wants to focus on experiencing the great outdoors then you will definitely need a top-notch tend depending on the environment you are going to be camping in. If you are heading to the rainforest then you will definitely need something that has a good waterproof cover to keep the rain and morning dew off. Now, if you are heading into the desert you will definitely not want a dark colored tent that will attract the sun and turn it into a sauna. Here are the best tents of 2019 depending on your needs and the climate.

Getting Back To Basics: The Best Tents Of 2019

Vango Utopia Air TC 500

This is the tent you want if you are looking for something all-purpose that is good for a long camping trip or simply a weekend away. Its very easy to construct which means you won’t have to waste time figuring out where this pole goes or how this part of the tent fabric is raised. It also has two bedrooms which means that people will not have to all be squished in next to each other. It also features a special locking and peg system for those blustery days which make some tents feel like they are going to blow away.

Getting Back To Basics: The Best Tents Of 2019

Coleman Blackout 4 Festival Dome Tent

If you spend your summer going from music fest to music fest then look no farther than this little tent. After a long day and night at Glastonbury where you have danced yourself to exhaustion then you can collapse on your air mattress in this one and not have the glaring sun wake you up in the morning. It has been designed to black out all that annoying light and let you sleep off your night of excess.

Getting Back To Basics: The Best Tents Of 2019

MSR Access 2 Tent

Have you found yourself sleeping in some very snowy locations? If you often find yourself going on ski trips or climbing trips in harsh northern climates than this will be the tent you want to pack. It is nice and bright which means you will be able to pick it out of any other tents in the area. The fabric itself is extremely durable so if it snows in the night the structure will not collapse and it will keep the cutting wind out as well which will work to keep you warm while you sleep. Just make sure you have a very good sleeping bag as well.

Now plan your next trip and go camping!