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Best Camping Tents in India - Reviews and Comparison 2021

We picked the 7 best camping tents in 2021 for your budget and use cases.

Camping is all about fun and the right camping tent only enhances your camping experience. Unless you are a seasoned camper with a lot of camping experience, there are a few nuances about camping tents that you should read about. Knowing this nitty-gritty would not only help to make a perfect buying decision but also make camping more wholesome.

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Outer Material

Pole Material

Capacity

Pro's & Con's

Dimension (LxWxH)

Zipper

Rainfly

Ventilation Mesh

UV Coating

Waterproof Floor

Amazing Portable Waterproof Tent for 2 Persons

Krevia

Amazing Portable Waterproof Tent for 2 Persons

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Our Rating

9.7 / 10

11/2020

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Fibreglass

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2 persons

Lightweight
Easy to install
Durable
Spacious
Comes with a footprint
Cannot sustain extreme cold
200 x 150 x 110 cm

ASkyl

Waterproof Polyester Camping and Outdoor Tent

B07HWQ3Y56

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9.6 / 10

11/2020

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Fibreglass

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2 persons

Lightweight
Easy to install
Durable
Spacious
Comes with a carrying bag
No storage pockets
200 x 150 x 110 cm 

Inditradition

2 Person Camping Tent

B06Y5VWFP8

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9.5 / 10

11/2020

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Fibreglass

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2 persons

Easy to install
Spacious
Suitable for all-weather
Comes with a carrying bag
Water and UV resistant
Discomfort in entry and exit
200 x 150 x 110 cm 

YFXOHAR

2 Persons Waterproof Picnic Camping Portable Army Color Tent

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9.4 / 10

11/2020

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Fibreglass

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2 persons

Easy to install
Suitable for all-weather
Suitable for all-weather
Comes with a carrying bag
Water and UV resistant
Not suitable for heavy rainfall
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Dealcrox

2 Person Tent for Camping Waterproof Outdoor Tent

B06XBCQJVP

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9.3 / 10

11/2020

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Lightweight
Portable
Great build and structure
Easy entry and exit
Spacious
Cannot sustain extreme weather
Can be tricky for a bulky person to use
220 x 250 x 150 cm

Egab

Military Picnic Camping Portable Waterproof Dome

B07J4XFQZF

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9.2 / 10

11/2020

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Easy to install
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UV resistant
Suitable for all-weather
Portable
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FWQPRA

Picnic Camping Portable Waterproof Tent

B07LGX25QY

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9.1 / 10

11/2020

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Krevia

Amazing Portable Waterproof Tent for 2 Persons


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9.7 / 10

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Pro's & Con's

Lightweight
Easy to install
Durable
Spacious
Comes with a footprint
Cannot sustain extreme cold

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Buyer's Guide - Best Camping Tents in India

Know all about camping tents and buy the best one.

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Features: Most important purchase criteria for best camping tents

Here’s a sneak peek into the most significant features to consider before buying a camping tent

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FAQ: Learn more about the details

Any questions left? Here they are, including answers.

3

How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for camping tents

Best practices for camping tents usage and care.

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Our Picks: How we picked the best camping tents

Find out how we selected and ranked the products.

1. Features: Most important purchase criteria for best camping tents

1.1 Capacity

The accommodation capacity of the tent is the foremost and obvious feature to look for before buying a tent. Your choice and consideration may rely upon factors like the number of campers, the camping gear and extra luggage that comes alongside.

The accommodation capacity of the tent is the foremost and obvious feature to look for before buying a tent. Your choice and consideration may rely upon factors like the number of campers, the camping gear and extra luggage that comes alongside.

1.2 Types

  • Ridge/ a-frame tents

This is the most commonly used and well-known type of tents. Though not much prevalent these days as the manufactures of modern-day tents are way ahead than this in the race of evolution. By structure, they have a thick canvas laid over a horizontal pole which is in turn supported by a vertical pole at all ends. They are stable as long as placed on an even surface and largely depend on guy lines and tie-outs to remain intact.

  • Dome style tents

The tents are made from two flexible poles that cross at the top of the dome and are anchored to the ground on each corner. Usually, the rainfly is attached to the top of the poles. The dome tents have smaller vestibule space but they can be extended. These types of tents are best suitable for 3-4 people. They are extremely cheap and easy to handle.

  • Tunnel tents

These are spacious and wide tents relying upon guy lines and poles to support their structure. The poles loop from one side of the tent to another side to provide the required stability, also aiding to attach a rainfly to the tent. They are economical and considered ideal for a large group of campers and big families. They can also face and withstand relatively harsh weather. The only limitation is that they are very bulky due to the sizes that they come in.

  • Geodesic tents

A stronger successor of the dome tent, a geodesic tent is made up of more crisscrossing poles providing greater stability. These sturdy tents are ideal for car camping and winter camping and can withstand reasonable adversities of weather. However, this characteristic makes them a bit expensive and high end. Best suited for 4 people, they normally come in medium size, though large size geodesic tents are also available.

  • Cabin style tents

As the name suggests, these camping tents are made and structured to form the cabin like shape. They are internally divided into cabins and the dividers are made up of waterproof polyester or nylon. A canvas rainfly is placed on the top of the frame too (select models) to form the walls and roof of your cabin offering a lot of headspace. These tents are inexpensive and ideal for a 4-member family. These tents are most suitable for fair weather conditions.

  • Pyramid style tents

Comprising a single central pole with a rainfly over the top. The pyramid style is very simple. Guy lines and stakes provide them with greater stability.
Traditionally made of thick canvas and sturdy wooden poles, it has a few lightweight variations also available. They are very affordable and simple to set up. They act as a great defence against bad weather. However, it lacks the storage space and headspace compared to other types.

  • Ridge/ a-frame tents

This is the most commonly used and well-known type of tents. Though not much prevalent these days as the manufactures of modern-day tents are way ahead than this in the race of evolution. By structure, they have a thick canvas laid over a horizontal pole which is in turn supported by a vertical pole at all ends. They are stable as long as placed on an even surface and largely depend on guy lines and tie-outs to remain intact.

  • Dome style tents

The tents are made from two flexible poles that cross at the top of the dome and are anchored to the ground on each corner. Usually, the rainfly is attached to the top of the poles. The dome tents have smaller vestibule space but they can be extended. These types of tents are best suitable for 3-4 people. They are extremely cheap and easy to handle.

  • Tunnel tents

These are spacious and wide tents relying upon guy lines and poles to support their structure. The poles loop from one side of the tent to another side to provide the required stability, also aiding to attach a rainfly to the tent. They are economical and considered ideal for a large group of campers and big families. They can also face and withstand relatively harsh weather. The only limitation is that they are very bulky due to the sizes that they come in.

  • Geodesic tents

A stronger successor of the dome tent, a geodesic tent is made up of more crisscrossing poles providing greater stability. These sturdy tents are ideal for car camping and winter camping and can withstand reasonable adversities of weather. However, this characteristic makes them a bit expensive and high end. Best suited for 4 people, they normally come in medium size, though large size geodesic tents are also available.

  • Cabin style tents

As the name suggests, these camping tents are made and structured to form the cabin like shape. They are internally divided into cabins and the dividers are made up of waterproof polyester or nylon. A canvas rainfly is placed on the top of the frame too (select models) to form the walls and roof of your cabin offering a lot of headspace. These tents are inexpensive and ideal for a 4-member family. These tents are most suitable for fair weather conditions.

  • Pyramid style tents

Comprising a single central pole with a rainfly over the top. The pyramid style is very simple. Guy lines and stakes provide them with greater stability.
Traditionally made of thick canvas and sturdy wooden poles, it has a few lightweight variations also available. They are very affordable and simple to set up. They act as a great defence against bad weather. However, it lacks the storage space and headspace compared to other types.

1.3 Height

Another basic but important thing to consider before buying the tent is the height of the tent and how heightened it can get once pumped up to the fullest. Most people tend to stand in the tent to avoid immobility and suffocation. A 6 feet+ tent would be a great choice suiting people of all shapes and sizes.

Another basic but important thing to consider before buying the tent is the height of the tent and how heightened it can get once pumped up to the fullest. Most people tend to stand in the tent to avoid immobility and suffocation. A 6 feet+ tent would be a great choice suiting people of all shapes and sizes.

1.4 Doors

The number of doors though vary based on what kind of tent you choose. In fact, having large size doors does not imply the same comfort if the size of the tent is not enough for the campers to live in. However, there are cabin style tents which will give you space and privacy without bothering your fellow campers.

The number of doors though vary based on what kind of tent you choose. In fact, having large size doors does not imply the same comfort if the size of the tent is not enough for the campers to live in. However, there are cabin style tents which will give you space and privacy without bothering your fellow campers.

1.5 Zipper

The zipper is an inherent part of a tent and it's important that they should be easy to open and close. A lucid zipper helps to prevent the inopportune incidents of getting stuck in the tent which could be potentially harmful. Also, you should avoid noisy zippers that cause a lot of discomforts while using them.

The zipper is an inherent part of a tent and it's important that they should be easy to open and close. A lucid zipper helps to prevent the inopportune incidents of getting stuck in the tent which could be potentially harmful. Also, you should avoid noisy zippers that cause a lot of discomforts while using them.

1.6 Poles

Poles are the backbone of the tents and a true saviour of your camping experience. These sturdy and strong poles usually come with variations of aluminium or fibreglass material. You should go for poles with lesser pitch, needs less installation time, are easy to handle and move.

Poles are the backbone of the tents and a true saviour of your camping experience. These sturdy and strong poles usually come with variations of aluminium or fibreglass material. You should go for poles with lesser pitch, needs less installation time, are easy to handle and move.

1.7 Rainfly

The rainfly acts as rain cover in scenarios of heavy as well as light downpour. It's important to make your tent choice keeping in view the rainfly if you are planning to camp in areas prone to rainfall. The rainfly usually gives a head only (half) coverage and an all side (full) coverage to your tent.

The rainfly acts as rain cover in scenarios of heavy as well as light downpour. It's important to make your tent choice keeping in view the rainfly if you are planning to camp in areas prone to rainfall. The rainfly usually gives a head only (half) coverage and an all side (full) coverage to your tent.

1.8 Internal Storage

A tent having some internal storage or vestibules for storing accessories gives you the comfort to not bother about keeping your essentials stuffed in your backpack.

A tent having some internal storage or vestibules for storing accessories gives you the comfort to not bother about keeping your essentials stuffed in your backpack.

1.9 Footprint

A good quality footprint is also one of the must-haves in a camping tent. It doesn't just prevent your tent from the outside dirt, but also from the dirt of your own feet. Though not an inbuilt component or something that comes along, a footprint is an essential buy when you are purchasing a camping tent.

A good quality footprint is also one of the must-haves in a camping tent. It doesn't just prevent your tent from the outside dirt, but also from the dirt of your own feet. Though not an inbuilt component or something that comes along, a footprint is an essential buy when you are purchasing a camping tent.

1.10 Repair Kit

The tents usually come with tent repairing kits to do minor patchwork and other repairing basics given the extreme weather that may affect the body and the structure of the tent. A repairing kit is the foremost thing you look for while buying a camping tent.

The tents usually come with tent repairing kits to do minor patchwork and other repairing basics given the extreme weather that may affect the body and the structure of the tent. A repairing kit is the foremost thing you look for while buying a camping tent.

1.11 Leak-proof

In areas having heavy rainfall, it is essential to ensure that the camping tent is totally leak-proof, as even with a rainfly above the tent, a leaking tent may still cause the water to sink in easily.

In areas having heavy rainfall, it is essential to ensure that the camping tent is totally leak-proof, as even with a rainfly above the tent, a leaking tent may still cause the water to sink in easily.

1.12 Ventilated Fan

This is another feature that is associated with comfort. Many camping tents come with a ventilated fan in a kit. However, while you can have natural air on camping trips, the usage of a fan is purely subjective and need-based. However, this feature is very important for campers having respiratory diseases as it helps in avoiding suffocation which can happen due to a prolonged stay in the tent.

This is another feature that is associated with comfort. Many camping tents come with a ventilated fan in a kit. However, while you can have natural air on camping trips, the usage of a fan is purely subjective and need-based. However, this feature is very important for campers having respiratory diseases as it helps in avoiding suffocation which can happen due to a prolonged stay in the tent.

1.13 Outer Material

The material is an obvious consideration while buying a tent. Camping tents are made up of materials like polyester and nylon, which are portable and lightweight.

The material is an obvious consideration while buying a tent. Camping tents are made up of materials like polyester and nylon, which are portable and lightweight.

1.14 Warranty

It is very important to consider a warranty period on the camping tents as they are easily prone to damage and deterioration with excessive and frequent use. An ideal warranty span is from 1 to 3 years.

It is very important to consider a warranty period on the camping tents as they are easily prone to damage and deterioration with excessive and frequent use. An ideal warranty span is from 1 to 3 years.

2. FAQ: Learn more about the details

2.1 How are inflatable camping tents useful?

Well, it depends on where you will be going out for camping as if you are visiting a place which doesn’t require much of the sturdy quality poles then an inflatable camping tent could be the best option. But, if you are going for a place where storms and heavy winds blow then going for the sturdy quality based poles could the best thing. 

Well, it depends on where you will be going out for camping as if you are visiting a place which doesn’t require much of the sturdy quality poles then an inflatable camping tent could be the best option. But, if you are going for a place where storms and heavy winds blow then going for the sturdy quality based poles could the best thing. 

2.2 Is getting a tent on rent advisable?

Yes, you can get a tent on rent. In fact, it's highly recommended to buy a tent unless otherwise necessary. However, at the same time, rented camps can be of substandard quality as they must have gone through a lot of wear and tear.

Yes, you can get a tent on rent. In fact, it's highly recommended to buy a tent unless otherwise necessary. However, at the same time, rented camps can be of substandard quality as they must have gone through a lot of wear and tear.

2.3 Will sparkling lights badly affect the tent quality or are they safe?

You can easily keep the flashing lights above your camping tent and they will not damage your tent as long as the tent is sturdy and a quality product. Also, sparkling lights adds charm to the tent and keep it well lit.

You can easily keep the flashing lights above your camping tent and they will not damage your tent as long as the tent is sturdy and a quality product. Also, sparkling lights adds charm to the tent and keep it well lit.

2.4 How much time does a tent take for installation?

Occasionally, the time varies from tent to tent, but most of the time, you can get a tent that will take less than 15 to 30 minutes to get installed. It would be great if you could go for a tent that doesn't take too long to be installed (this way, you can save quite some time and quickly pack a tent in case of any emergency).

Occasionally, the time varies from tent to tent, but most of the time, you can get a tent that will take less than 15 to 30 minutes to get installed. It would be great if you could go for a tent that doesn't take too long to be installed (this way, you can save quite some time and quickly pack a tent in case of any emergency).

2.5 What are season ratings on tent means?

Understanding the seasons' ratings of the tent is important yet a little tricky. It means the tents can survive the seasons as per the rating given to them. It's still important to know what are the ideal scenarios to pick a specific tent for your camping. The table below talks about those ideal seasons for tents with different ratings.

Tent Rating

Ideal For

1 to 2 season

Warm temperature and mild precipitation

3 season

Summer, spring, fall and moderate rains

4 season

Winter and moderate summer

5 season

Extreme weather, especially violent cold

Understanding the seasons' ratings of the tent is important yet a little tricky. It means the tents can survive the seasons as per the rating given to them. It's still important to know what are the ideal scenarios to pick a specific tent for your camping. The table below talks about those ideal seasons for tents with different ratings.

Tent Rating

Ideal For

1 to 2 season

Warm temperature and mild precipitation

3 season

Summer, spring, fall and moderate rains

4 season

Winter and moderate summer

5 season

Extreme weather, especially violent cold

3. How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for camping tents

3.1 What are the basic caring and maintenance tips for camping tents?

  • Use the zippers and poles gently and ensure to clean the tent and rainfly at regular intervals.

  • It is advised to store your tent in dry surroundings, and in a dry state to avoid the moisture from being collected inside and spoil the fabric.

  • It is also strongly recommended to go for a known and established campsite for a great overall experience and also for finding tent friendly ground.

  • A footprint is a ground cloth exclusively meant to be placed on the ground and a tent is to be erected on it. This provides a clean base inside the tent, anything which is extra can be placed under a footprint. It is very useful on a campsite and it is strongly recommended.

  • Avoid leaving your tent under direct sunlight to ensure the tent durability. Prolonged exposure to the UV rays can harm the canopy fabrics, the rainfly and the tent in general.

  • Your boots may carry dirt, grit and pebbles which may harm your tent and may even puncture it, hence it is advised to place the boots outside the vestibule.

  • It is also advisable that you should keep all food and products that have fragrance, securely somewhere outside the tent, as this may attract some tiny creatures and they may chew off the tent in search of food.

  • It is important to clean your tent and get rid of the dirt and debris before you finally pack up the tent. dirt remains may harm your tent and may help the breeding of insects while the tent is wrapped up.

  • To evenly distribute the tension along the cord, break down your poles from the middle. Repeat this until your pole is folded.

  • Roll up your tent and try not to stuff it.

  • Air-dry your tent after cleaning in an inside or outside shade, and make sure you completely dry before you store it.

  • Find a cool and dry place to store your tent loosely.

  • Use the zippers and poles gently and ensure to clean the tent and rainfly at regular intervals.

  • It is advised to store your tent in dry surroundings, and in a dry state to avoid the moisture from being collected inside and spoil the fabric.

  • It is also strongly recommended to go for a known and established campsite for a great overall experience and also for finding tent friendly ground.

  • A footprint is a ground cloth exclusively meant to be placed on the ground and a tent is to be erected on it. This provides a clean base inside the tent, anything which is extra can be placed under a footprint. It is very useful on a campsite and it is strongly recommended.

  • Avoid leaving your tent under direct sunlight to ensure the tent durability. Prolonged exposure to the UV rays can harm the canopy fabrics, the rainfly and the tent in general.

  • Your boots may carry dirt, grit and pebbles which may harm your tent and may even puncture it, hence it is advised to place the boots outside the vestibule.

  • It is also advisable that you should keep all food and products that have fragrance, securely somewhere outside the tent, as this may attract some tiny creatures and they may chew off the tent in search of food.

  • It is important to clean your tent and get rid of the dirt and debris before you finally pack up the tent. dirt remains may harm your tent and may help the breeding of insects while the tent is wrapped up.

  • To evenly distribute the tension along the cord, break down your poles from the middle. Repeat this until your pole is folded.

  • Roll up your tent and try not to stuff it.

  • Air-dry your tent after cleaning in an inside or outside shade, and make sure you completely dry before you store it.

  • Find a cool and dry place to store your tent loosely.

3.2 How to wash a camping tent?

It's pretty easy to wash a camping tent, however, this should be done with utmost care as directed in the product manual.

  • The tents should be washed with mild soapy water.

  • It can be washed by simply spraying water on it and further pressing it to let the dust and dirt go.

However, cleaning also depends upon what is the state of the tent and the camping was done in which conditions as after camping in extreme weather conditions, the tents may be required to be specifically looked after and taken care of while washing.

You should always go by the user manual in such cases for better understanding and clarity.

It's pretty easy to wash a camping tent, however, this should be done with utmost care as directed in the product manual.

  • The tents should be washed with mild soapy water.

  • It can be washed by simply spraying water on it and further pressing it to let the dust and dirt go.

However, cleaning also depends upon what is the state of the tent and the camping was done in which conditions as after camping in extreme weather conditions, the tents may be required to be specifically looked after and taken care of while washing.

You should always go by the user manual in such cases for better understanding and clarity.

3.3 How to install a camping tent?

A basic camping tent can be installed by following these simple steps:

  • Locate an area where the ground is flat and free.

  • Unpack the tent.

  • Stake down the tent, stretch out the base of the tent and stake down each corner.

  • Assemble the tent poles and attach the tent to the poles.

  • Connect the poles to the tent base.

  • Attach the rain fly.

A basic camping tent can be installed by following these simple steps:

  • Locate an area where the ground is flat and free.

  • Unpack the tent.

  • Stake down the tent, stretch out the base of the tent and stake down each corner.

  • Assemble the tent poles and attach the tent to the poles.

  • Connect the poles to the tent base.

  • Attach the rain fly.

4. Fun Facts: Interesting facts, figures and things to know about camping tents

4.1 Tents has been used as a basic survival necessity for a very long time. The first evidence of tent construction is identified in 40,000 BC.

4.2 Traditional Bedouin tents are made up of black goat hair. The Bedouin term for tent is ‘buryuut hajar,’ (house of hair).

4.3 Tents are also used as a symbol of protest and a metaphor for retaining space and ideology.

4.4 William H. H. Murray, father of the modern outdoor movement, has published the watershed book on camping called Adventures in the Wilderness; or, Camp Life in the Adirondacks, which made camping among the masses popular.

4.5 In 1855, Henry Hopkins Sibley, a Confederate States Army Officer, invented the first modern tent.

4.1 Tents has been used as a basic survival necessity for a very long time. The first evidence of tent construction is identified in 40,000 BC.

4.2 Traditional Bedouin tents are made up of black goat hair. The Bedouin term for tent is ‘buryuut hajar,’ (house of hair).

4.3 Tents are also used as a symbol of protest and a metaphor for retaining space and ideology.

4.4 William H. H. Murray, father of the modern outdoor movement, has published the watershed book on camping called Adventures in the Wilderness; or, Camp Life in the Adirondacks, which made camping among the masses popular.

4.5 In 1855, Henry Hopkins Sibley, a Confederate States Army Officer, invented the first modern tent.

5. Our Picks: How we picked the best camping tents

5.1 Krevia Camping Tent

This easy to install camping tent could be the best choice for you in terms of ease of use, durability, and overall weatherproof performance under moderate conditions. This is ideal for 2 persons and offers so much in this price range. It has a long-lasting polyester fabric wall and roof construction. It also uses fibreglass poles to keep the structure and frame. The large mesh for ventilation, quality zipper, a great and durable floor material, plugin foot and hooks make this tent the absolute best for a camper.

This tent could be your dream purchase.

How is it affecting your pocket?

This feature-packed tent feels like a steal. It's giving the campers all the essentials of a great camping tent at a really affordable and fair price.

This easy to install camping tent could be the best choice for you in terms of ease of use, durability, and overall weatherproof performance under moderate conditions. This is ideal for 2 persons and offers so much in this price range. It has a long-lasting polyester fabric wall and roof construction. It also uses fibreglass poles to keep the structure and frame. The large mesh for ventilation, quality zipper, a great and durable floor material, plugin foot and hooks make this tent the absolute best for a camper.

This tent could be your dream purchase.

How is it affecting your pocket?

This feature-packed tent feels like a steal. It's giving the campers all the essentials of a great camping tent at a really affordable and fair price.

5.2 ASkyl Camping Tent

This one is renowned as the best waterproof tent available in the Indian market. From durability to portability, setting up and using it, the manufacturers have made a diligent effort to keep it all simple, minimalistic yet super-efficient. Carved out of the 190T polyester material and fully covered with polyester flysheets with extra anti UV treatment to protect against damaging UV rays.

Talking about space and comfort, it has an advanced auto-open function and collapsable poles which makes it easy to install the tent. Well-knitted seams help to prevent water from sinking in. A dome-shaped design makes it easy to accommodate in the tent and while window nets prevent insects and dust to hop in. The D shaped doors also make it easier to enter and exit the tent.

How is it affecting your pocket?

The price of this tent is not very high for a product like this especially when it comes with a significant feature like waterproofing and that too in a 1500-1800 mm rain.

This one is renowned as the best waterproof tent available in the Indian market. From durability to portability, setting up and using it, the manufacturers have made a diligent effort to keep it all simple, minimalistic yet super-efficient. Carved out of the 190T polyester material and fully covered with polyester flysheets with extra anti UV treatment to protect against damaging UV rays.

Talking about space and comfort, it has an advanced auto-open function and collapsable poles which makes it easy to install the tent. Well-knitted seams help to prevent water from sinking in. A dome-shaped design makes it easy to accommodate in the tent and while window nets prevent insects and dust to hop in. The D shaped doors also make it easier to enter and exit the tent.

How is it affecting your pocket?

The price of this tent is not very high for a product like this especially when it comes with a significant feature like waterproofing and that too in a 1500-1800 mm rain.

5.3 Inditradition Camping Tent

This all-season tent is a humble package of all the requisites for a great camping experience. It has got ample space, proper ventilation, and enough room for a family of 3. This easy to set up tent has fibreglass rods for quick assembly and wrapping. In addition to that, this polyester- tent comes with an anti UV coating to shield against UV rays.

It also has a rainfly at the top to protect against rain. Moreover, it comes with an attached mat as an inbuilt feature. It's equipped with wide openings and smooth zippers to prevent water from settling in.

How is it affecting your pocket?

It is fairly priced and comes with many features making it an ideal fit for a casual camper. Low prices in the camping tent segment often imply poor material and less durability. Keeping that in view, this could be a decent buy for sure.

This all-season tent is a humble package of all the requisites for a great camping experience. It has got ample space, proper ventilation, and enough room for a family of 3. This easy to set up tent has fibreglass rods for quick assembly and wrapping. In addition to that, this polyester- tent comes with an anti UV coating to shield against UV rays.

It also has a rainfly at the top to protect against rain. Moreover, it comes with an attached mat as an inbuilt feature. It's equipped with wide openings and smooth zippers to prevent water from settling in.

How is it affecting your pocket?

It is fairly priced and comes with many features making it an ideal fit for a casual camper. Low prices in the camping tent segment often imply poor material and less durability. Keeping that in view, this could be a decent buy for sure.

5.4 YFXOHAR Camping Tent

The YFXOHAR Camping Tent is an all-in-all complete package of a comfortable, durable, easy to install tent. It is a lightweight product made of durable polyester. Having a waterproof coating and UV coating above the tent is an added advantage.

It has mesh panels for ventilation, silver polyurethane and shock-corded fibreglass frame anchors to pull the tent to the ground making it very stable and sturdy. It has a dome-shaped windproof design that makes it even more worthy. However not having a rainfly is a major limitation in the rainy season.

How is it affecting your pocket?

The lack of rainfly prevents it from being called an all-season tent. And possibly it is the only factor that eats up the buying potential. However, if you are a camper with more preference for other seasons, then this tent can be a good thing to invest in.

The YFXOHAR Camping Tent is an all-in-all complete package of a comfortable, durable, easy to install tent. It is a lightweight product made of durable polyester. Having a waterproof coating and UV coating above the tent is an added advantage.

It has mesh panels for ventilation, silver polyurethane and shock-corded fibreglass frame anchors to pull the tent to the ground making it very stable and sturdy. It has a dome-shaped windproof design that makes it even more worthy. However not having a rainfly is a major limitation in the rainy season.

How is it affecting your pocket?

The lack of rainfly prevents it from being called an all-season tent. And possibly it is the only factor that eats up the buying potential. However, if you are a camper with more preference for other seasons, then this tent can be a good thing to invest in.

5.5 Dealcrox 2 Person Tent for Camping Waterproof Outdoor Tent/Tent House

The Dealcrox tent is a robust tent with super waterproof material clothing. It has a well-ventilated design and a spacious interior. It's easy to install with plug-in feet and have enough headspace to move inside the tent.

A sturdy frame keeps the tent in place and it is also coupled with strong collapsible poles. It's a perfect fit for peculiar outdoor camping conditions and is competent enough to face the force of the weather. Firm stitches on joints make it more stable on the ground.

How is it affecting your pocket?

A very affordable and ideal buy for an all-seasons tent.

The Dealcrox tent is a robust tent with super waterproof material clothing. It has a well-ventilated design and a spacious interior. It's easy to install with plug-in feet and have enough headspace to move inside the tent.

A sturdy frame keeps the tent in place and it is also coupled with strong collapsible poles. It's a perfect fit for peculiar outdoor camping conditions and is competent enough to face the force of the weather. Firm stitches on joints make it more stable on the ground.

How is it affecting your pocket?

A very affordable and ideal buy for an all-seasons tent.

5.6 Egab Military Picnic Camping Tent

The lightweight, quick to assemble Egab Military Picnic Camping Tent is another great option on the list. It has a military stripe design and the tent is extremely easy to install and pull back. Waterproof polyester sheets provide full coverage to the frame of the tent and also bears the UV coating to prevent it from deterioration due to prolonged exposure to the sun. Moreover, it has a rooftop featuring a mesh aperture for ventilation and a rainfly attached to the top. The tent comes with a carry bag. It is the right fit for 2 persons going for summer camping.

How is it affecting your pocket?

Very affordable and ideal. It is not made for all seasons camping but you may go for it for summer camping especially if you do not want to spend another penny on upgraded alternatives.

The lightweight, quick to assemble Egab Military Picnic Camping Tent is another great option on the list. It has a military stripe design and the tent is extremely easy to install and pull back. Waterproof polyester sheets provide full coverage to the frame of the tent and also bears the UV coating to prevent it from deterioration due to prolonged exposure to the sun. Moreover, it has a rooftop featuring a mesh aperture for ventilation and a rainfly attached to the top. The tent comes with a carry bag. It is the right fit for 2 persons going for summer camping.

How is it affecting your pocket?

Very affordable and ideal. It is not made for all seasons camping but you may go for it for summer camping especially if you do not want to spend another penny on upgraded alternatives.

5.7 FWQPRA Picnic Camping Portable Waterproof Tent/Picnic/Camping/Outdoor/Hiking Portable Waterproof Tent

Coming with a prompt 60-second setup and a spacious interior, this lightweight tent is an ideal fit for family hiking and travelling. The shape of the tent makes it super easy to get inside and out. It has a waterproof tent floor that enhances durability as a whole.

The outer material is polyester making the tent stand in the row of other superior-quality tents and hence fairly usable. The tent is essentially meant to accommodate 2 campers.

How is it affecting your pocket?

The price falls in the same bucket as most tents on the list, but many feature-rich options can deviate you from buying this particular tent. If you can stretch your range a little bit more, there are better options available. Checkout reviews and comparison of best women's winter jacket, best running shirts for men, best hammocks, best running shirts for women, best men raincoats, best women raincoats, best men's winter jackets, best camping chairs, best camping beds, best camping tables, best sleeping bags, best running shoes in India.

Coming with a prompt 60-second setup and a spacious interior, this lightweight tent is an ideal fit for family hiking and travelling. The shape of the tent makes it super easy to get inside and out. It has a waterproof tent floor that enhances durability as a whole.

The outer material is polyester making the tent stand in the row of other superior-quality tents and hence fairly usable. The tent is essentially meant to accommodate 2 campers.

How is it affecting your pocket?

The price falls in the same bucket as most tents on the list, but many feature-rich options can deviate you from buying this particular tent. If you can stretch your range a little bit more, there are better options available. Checkout reviews and comparison of best women's winter jacket, best running shirts for men, best hammocks, best running shirts for women, best men raincoats, best women raincoats, best men's winter jackets, best camping chairs, best camping beds, best camping tables, best sleeping bags, best running shoes in India.