You Can Experience Camping Like Never Before

While this summer is a lot different from any other, people have been trying to make the best of the situation. Many have been looking for nice local places they can visit and entertaining activities they could engage in while still practicing social distancing. For instance, some people from Belgium have been spending their holiday camping in socially distant raindrop-shaped tents that are hanging from trees. A collection of the pear-shaped tents were first designed in the 1990s by Dutch designer Dré Wapenaar to support environmental activists who sought to stop trees being felled. Fast forward to now and anyone can rent them. Each of these quirky tents is equipped with a bed, a bench, storage, windows, and a ladder to help guests climb in and out of the tent. Tents will be available for rent until September 30th and run $82 a night.