Think outside of the “Tent”
Camping Hammock the latest trend
When you think about camping, what image comes to mind? Probably a tent. Tents and camping have truly become linked over the past few decades. If you went camping and it wasn’t in a cabin or an RV, you slept in a tent. Recently that image has started to change, as an alternative way to camp has emerged: No, not your backyard hammock with its woven net and wooden spreader bars that love to flip you over. Somewhat, a camping hammock made especially for sleeping.
Such hammocks have been common in Central and South America for a long time, but are now undergoing numerous advancements in design and materials, and becoming more and more popular with car campers and backpackers the world over.
Why? Because Camping Hammock offers a bunch of definite advantages:
More comfort. Say goodbye to sleeping on rocks, roots, mud, bugs, and sloping, uneven ground. Camping in a hammock allows you to rise above it all. Learning to sleep comfortably in a hammock has a learning curve, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be getting the best night’s sleep in the outdoors you’ve ever experienced. Some even prefer their hammock to their bed at home. So if you want to hit the trails each morning well-refreshed, and return home feeling rejuvenated instead of exhausted, go with a our nice quality selection of camping hammock.
Adaptability. Camping Hammock offer more freedom of location when it comes to your hammock up between trees and rocks, over a stream, on a hill, next to a waterfall…you can even string it up between two car racks. Plus, a camping hammock does double duty on your trips, not only serving as a bed for sleeping, but as a chair and a lounger. Take a nap, read, and relax in your hammock all throughout the day. And of course it can serve the same purpose when you get home; while a tent sits in your basement between trips, you can use your camping hammock all the time for relaxing in the backyard (or even inside).
Double Parachute Hammocks
Easy to set up. Not every camping hammock is easier to set up than a tent (depends on the hammock and tent that you’re using), but they’re definitely easy. Double Parachute Hammock, for example, can be hung in just two minutes. No more struggling with tent poles and stakes or check out our how to hang your hammock guide that we’ve posted months ago.
Value for money. Many camping hammock offer super sturdy construction and materials and are as rugged as many high quality tents on the market. Slate Grey Hammock, for example, is made with their 210T Riptop Nylon fabric, that includes all you need accessories setting up your hammock, which is why we feel confident to recommend it to beginners in camping as well as experts in their field.
The Perfect Accessory
If you’re not convinced about replacing the tent with a hammock, then that’s ok! The best part about a travel hammock is that it’s an incredible addition to your camping kit even if you don’t sleep in it. Our camping hammocks are easy to unpack and set up just to chill out for a few hours, whether it’s reading a book, taking a nap after a hike or just hanging around. Then when you’re ready to go, they’re easy to pack up in the storage bag that is included!
We offer Camping Hammocks that have been designed to be the very best a hammock can be, by being tested against other products, improving on their shortcomings and incorporating everything that made them great. They come in a range of bright and vivid colours too.
At Siesta Hammocks, we even take you through the pros of having a camping hammock, and we also stock wide variety of hammocks for delivery Australia wide.
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Happy Shopping at Siesta Hammocks!