Green Friday – Turning Black Friday Green

Green Friday – Turning Black Friday Green

In the chaos of Black Friday we wanted to remind everyone that you can shop more positively, and how here at Tentsile we invest in worthwhile causes and try to give back where we can. We are an independent, family-owned business who strive to tread more lightly on Earth and encourage everyone else to do the same.

We encourage you all to get out as much as you can and experience the joy of nature as well as spending quality time with friends and family. 

november 10, 2022 — Jessica Reading
New for AW22 – Tentsile Insulated Cabin

New for AW22 – Tentsile Insulated Cabin

As part of Tentsile’s growing range of products, this November we’re releasing the Insulated Cabin for the Stingray 3-person tree tent. The cabin is designed to be used with the tree tent and a Trillium or Ground Conversion Kit, and creates a warm, soft, breathable structure for use in cooler weather.
oktober 31, 2022 — Jessica Reading
We’re Sorry – Our Prices are Increasing

We’re Sorry – Our Prices are Increasing

With such huge price increases across the board, from fuel, energy and raw materials, it has become evident we need to increase our prices for some of our much-loved products.

We have tried to avoid passing on these increases to our costs for as long as possible but as of 1st November 2022, the prices of our products will be increasing.

oktober 07, 2022 — Jessica Reading
How to Insulate Your Tent for Winter – Our Top Tips For Staying Warm

How to Insulate Your Tent for Winter – Our Top Tips For Staying Warm

Camping doesn’t have to be a summer activity; with the right gear you can enjoy the outdoors all year round (if the weather doesn’t get too extreme 😉). So, if you’re planning on a winter camping trip this season here are a few suggestions for insulating your tree tent to help you stay warmer in the colder months!
september 26, 2022 — Jessica Reading
Marco Santinelli visits the Sibillini Mountains with the Ocean UNA

Marco Santinelli visits the Sibillini Mountains with the Ocean UNA

When Marco Santinelli, a Wildlife photographer from Italy, asked us which Tentsile gear we’d recommend for a remote shoot in the Sibillini Mountains, we suggested he take along our Ocean UNA 1 person hammock tent. Naturally, we wanted to follow his journey and see he got along!
september 12, 2022 — Kirstie Grego
LUNA tent in national park

National Parks: A guide on how to plan a camping trip to a National Park

Labor Day weekend is almost here, and if you're like me, you're looking for a fun way to celebrate the end of summer. I'm not normally a fan of crowds—I'd much rather spend time alone in the woods under the stars than at a crowded beach or park.
september 02, 2022 — Jessica Reading
Tentsile Perfect Pitch

The Perfect Pitch: Finding The Right Trees for Your Tree Tent or Hammock

Tentsile invented Tree Tents so you can expand your appreciation of trees. Plus, camping suspended off the ground, as any Tentsile fan will know, offers supreme comfort. And setting up a tree tent or hammock isn’t as hard as you might at first expect. As with all tents, it takes time to get to grips with how to perfect their set-up and a Tentsile is no different.
august 24, 2022 — Jessica Reading
Exploring Machu Picchu with the Tentsile LUNA

Exploring Machu Picchu with the Tentsile LUNA

Jessica-Marie and Matthew Chung took along a Tentsile LUNA Ground Tent on their recent project in Peru, where they traversed the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu and camped along the way, exploring the Peruvian culture and meeting the local people and wildlife that call these mountains home.
august 19, 2022 — Jessica Reading
Accessorising your Tentsile Basecamp

Accessorising your Tentsile Basecamp

What’s so great about our tree tents and hammocks is, they’re modular – you can build them up (or down) and accessorise to make the most of all their features.
august 15, 2022 — Thomas Leech
Stacks of Versatility

Stacks of Versatility

All Tentsile Tree Tents have been designed to be multifunctional. You can use them in the trees to create a suspended tent, or on the ground just like a traditional tent, but you can also use them to create a multi-level campground. This is what we call a ‘stack’, meaning you can add levels to create more sleeping or living space.
juli 25, 2022 — Jessica Reading