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Jirakee jones
Jirakee jones has been a professional writer for the past 6 years, having covered wide subjects in travel. She has been involved in leading organizations, both public and private, helping them to formulate various strategic plans and research papers. Loves to go around touring in different cities worldwide and cover their culture, society and people. 
By Jirakee jones
Published on 27th September, 2015
 
One of the things we all love to do is get out and enjoy the outdoors. Who doesnít love to get out and immerse themselves in an outdoor experience?

Share Outdoor Memories Which Will Last a Lifetime
One of the things we all love to do is get out and enjoy the outdoors. Who doesnít love to get out and immerse themselves in an outdoor experience? One of the things many of us love to do is go camping! The outdoors, the wilderness, the silence and removal from society, the peace and quiet; who wouldnít love to enjoy some of that? But at the end of the day the question really needs to be asked; what type of tent is best for the outdoor enthusiast? Here are some things to look for in your tent so that your experience is magical. Construction: Maybe the biggest thing you should be worried about, like any dwelling, is the overall construction. How will this tent hold up when exposed to the elements? Weíd all love to believe that our camping experience will be wistful and breezy and full of mirth, but the truth of the matter is that the outdoor weather can produce literally anything anytime of the year! You could be out on a hot summerís day and get caught in a hurricane! You could be breezy and relaxed in the autumn and experience hail! While that isnít likely to happen but still itís important for you to be safe in the knowledge that your tent can stand up to the abuse.

Repellant: You also want to know that your tent will be able to keep the unwanted things out and keep you and your family safe. Yes, there are bugs which can be real pests during the summer months. There also could be snakes, spiders, scorpions, and other really pesky things which can make your vacation actually dangerous! You donít want to put yourself or your family in any type of danger. So your tent should be constructed well with safety in mind too!

Relaxation: Once all the bothersome things are considered, you should begin thinking about relaxation and fun! This is your vacation; it shouldnít be fraught with peril and stress! You should be able to relax! When you get out into the wilderness though you rather quickly realize that relaxation only happens for those at one with nature. You need to be as comfortable as possible in your tent because when youíre not there, youíre literally in the wild! So your tent should make you feel safe and it should be a place that you can sleep and be at ease with yourself.

Ease: Speaking of ease, you also donít want a tent that is too complicated to set up and tear down. Human beings have been living in tents for thousands of years; the design should not be something that is too difficult to figure out. If you can find a real winner tent, it will be something that can be set up in minutes, can be secured without all that much effort, and can be taken down and stowed away again with ease. You also should be able to carry this tent to your location in its encasement and should be able to take it away just as easily.

If you have been seeking out a tent and just canít find the one youíre looking for, you should consider the Oz tent RV5 offered by Malandy. This tent released in 2006 is one of the most lauded by outdoor aficionados since its release. With its deeper and wider design this thing still packs up into quite the easy to transport device. Versatile, waterproof, and surpassing even the loftiest expectations of the most experienced camper and outdoor enthusiast, this unit will have you wanting to go out camping all year long!