With 42sq m of playspace, ‘tent’ isn’t quite the right word for these canvas palaces, built onto boulders for on-high aspects and designed to disappear into the background. Design recalls the explorers of yesteryear – the sort who’d lug the contents of their living room on their travels – with an assortment of elegant antiques, including a four-poster bed, bureau, writing desk and wingbacks, throughout the distinguished bedroom and living areas. There’s a furnished private deck with a telescope and an ensuite bathroom with a roll-top bath tub and rainfall shower, twin sinks and dressing table. All tents have a Bluetooth-enabled sound-system, Nespresso machine, free daily restocked minibar, a kettle and selection of teas, free bottled water, air-conditioning and WiFi. An extra bed or cot can be added on request.
More luxury apartments than tents, these two 75sq m canvas-coated hideaways are built atop vast boulders to give them the best viewpoints from their private decks. These tents can sleep up to four adults and two children, but they’re better suited to paired-up friends. Decor is inspired by explorers from the Twenties, with grand antiques throughout: a four-poster in the master bedroom (a king-size that can be converted to twins in the second), writing desk, bureaus, comfy sofas and the two ensuite bathrooms each have a roll-top bath tub, rainfall shower, twin sinks and vanity. There’s a dedicated dressing room, too, and a telescope on the deck for wildlife and star spotting. All tents have a Bluetooth-enabled sound-system, Nespresso machine, free daily restocked minibar, a kettle and selection of teas, free bottled water, air-conditioning and WiFi. Up to two extra beds or cots can be added on request.