The Safari Tent Provides Enough Room for an Entire Family

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 1, 2013 • References: barebonesliving & uncrate
Described as the 'mother of all tents' on the Barebones Living website, the Safari Tent is quite the creation. It is a house-like camp that looks like the domesticated version of a military headquarter in a war zone. Instead of issuing orders from this safe haven, however, people will be able to recline in the Safari Tent's lap of luxury while enjoying the great outdoors.

Offering 120 square feet of floor space, the Safari Tent is constructed out of heavy-duty aluminum and nylon frame and with a weatherproof Cordura shell and floor. It is so impressive, the makers even suggest, "tak[ing] up permanent residency at the basecamp of Everest." For the less adventurist, the Safari Tent can be used for more low-key trips. Stats for House-Like Camps Trending: Older & Buzzing
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