Tagged: Camping equipment

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Hammocks at The Mahiko Mano café

It’s no stretch to say that Japan is home to some of the strangest themed restaurants in the world (Cannibalistic Sushi is just the tip of the iceberg!). But it is also home to...

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Rooftop mounted tents for serious adventurers

Tepui make Rooftop mounted tents for serious adventurers. The tents include universal mounting brackets allowing you to easily mount directly to your roof rack or aftermarket roof bars, they are made with the most...

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Hammock sleeping bag

Hammocks aren’t designed for camping in cold weather, they are helpless against the slightest chill. Grand Trunk’s hammock sleeping bag solves this by turning your hammock into a toasty insulated cocoon. Unlike other sleeping...

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DryZone Series by Lowepro

The DryZone Series by Lowepro was designed for outdoor photographers and watersport enthusiasts. The waterproof bags keep your cameras and personal gear safe and dry no matter the weather conditions. The collection features a...

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Safari Tent by Barebones

With 120 square feet of floor space, the Safari Tent by Barebones takes your base camp to an all new level. No more awkward squatting through your tiny tent in the middle of the...

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BubbleTree Hotel

Exhibitionists might well have found their perfect pop-up accommodation. A transparent inflatable ‘bubble tent’ that looks more like a goldfish bowl than something you’d sleep in. With incredible panoramic views of the surrounding countryside,...