Camping with drop-shaped tents hanging from the trees

Camping with drop-shaped tents hanging from the trees

A Dutch architect designed it in 2012 and they are now available in two campsites: one in Belgium and one in the Netherlands, where there is still some availability for August

The drop-shaped tents in the Belgian campsite (photo They look like huge bunches of grapes. Or, space capsules inhabited by some tourists who travel big. They are the teardrop-shaped tents hanging from the plants of a campsite in Belgium. A little Canadian revisited and a little tree houses, they are certainly an alternative to the classic camping structures.

The teardrop (or teardrop, depending on the mood with which you observe them) tents are they were designed by the Dutch architect Dré Wapenaar in 2012 and were initially presented as an installation at the Borgloon art festival, near Brussels. But these structures suspended from the ground, with their particular shape, have convinced camping enthusiasts and can now be hired for a holiday in nature.

There is also a camping with tents in the Netherlands (photo: According to what Time Out reports, there are two structures that offer them. One is located right in the Borgloon forest and offers four tree huts. Each can accommodate up to two adults and two children under 12 years old. The cost is 70 euros per night for each tent (plus 15 euros for breakfast for those who want) and the use of common areas, bathrooms and barbecues is included. Obviously on the ground.

Also in the Netherlands there is a campsite that has adopted the works of Wapenaar: it is located in Garderen and has three. Here the one night rental costs 59 euros (maximum two adults and two children). And for August there is still some availability ...

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