Now that Airbnb has permanently banned parties at all rental locations, it’s high time you folks start considering camping as its alternative. Talking of camping, the biggest essential we require is a tent. Although we have plenty of options in the market, but if you are a joint family or a group of friends, looking for a big size tent, I’d recommend you to choose Snow Peak’s latest creation, Zeeka.
Weighing 66lbs, and measuring 30 feet long and 14 feet wide, the Zeeka is a large shelter that accommodates around six people. With an interior height of 7.2 feet, it can easily adjust even the tallest of men. Boasting a curved design with a wide-open front panel, the tent offers a sense of openness and lets you view nature sitting on a mountain top (in case you plan on visiting there).
An average tent will have a small opening for air to come inside, but the front side of the Zeeka functions like a huge casement window or an open-air living that also allows you to have a glimpse at nature. There is also a central skylight in the middle that allows you to gaze at stars.
Wherein the front side of the tent provides panoramic views, the rear side of Zeeka isn’t as broad as the front end, but is does feature a central door and a side window that keeps the tent airy from the opposite end as well. Zeeka has a two-room tent for six people to stay comfortably, including a common space for gatherings and an inner room that offers a bit more privacy.
In case you are more than six people, do not worry, you can also pair the Zekka with the Zekka Inner Room for an additional sleeping space. The additional room comes separately and can only be attached with this particular tent as it does not stand on its own.
In addition, the company also offers a Zeeka Inner Mat, which provides clean and insulated surface inside the tent. The materials used in making of the tent keep the user’s safety in mind. The mesh windows and doors include weatherproof panels that can be closed during bad weather.
The Zeeka camping tent is currently being retailed for $3000, while the separate room will cost you $500 approx. There are no words on the availability of the tent beyond Japan, but let us choose to keep our fingers crossed.
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