The Luxury Tent
Our Luxury Tents are constructed entirely of canvas. We provide the ultimate upmarket abode for the discerning adventurist, a place for nature enthusiasts who love to celebrate the great outdoors but are reluctant to be parted from their creature comforts and daily indulgences. Within the canvas walls, a high-end haven awaits – complete with state-of-the-art amenities. The intimate living area is deceptively roomy, centered by a Queen-sized bed and handcrafted furniture, rugs and freestanding lamps framing the periphery. It is intimate and cozy, with just the right amount of lavishness on the side. Each tent boasts an unhindered flow from the sleeping area to the en-suite bathroom.
At the rear of the tent is the bathroom with hot and cold running water, a rain shower and a fancy flushing loo.
Outside the tent, nature watching is the order of the day as you fall back into armchair cushions and gaze at the magnificence that surrounds. By day, guests can choose from our activities menu and by night there’ll be storytelling around the campfire and star gazing into ink black skies.
Select the location from our destination menu and we will pitch your deluxe digs in a mesmerizing locale. Expect the unexpected.
With the use of high end quality bedding, furnishings, linen and accessories, Canvas Collective Africa has created a unique luxury experience, comparable to that of a boutique hotel. Guest comfort in our tents is our top priority and a truly luxurious camping experience awaits.
The natural and soothing palette – used both in colour and choice of materials – ensures that the interior aesthetic blends seamlessly with the outdoor environment. Every detail of our Guests’ stay has been carefully considered and thoughtfully curated, from the king size bed with high thread count Egyptian cotton linen, to the fabric drapes, custom made mosquito net, standing fan, drinks trolley and the soft rugs underfoot, and our towels and gowns are 100% cotton. Where possible, we have supported local artisans including the Cape Society of the Blind where the hand woven light fittings were sourced. Emphasis has been placed on using eco-friendly and sustainable materials such as glass, bamboo and timber, and the eco friendly toiletry range was selected to minimise any environmental impact.
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