Never-ending deadlines, incessant meetings, and monotonous routines—the daily grind is causing serious burnout. It’s difficult to sit all day practically chained to a desk—this is increasingly challenging for people who like to venture out into nature at a moment’s notice.
Bushcrafters, adventurers and wild campers flourish in the wilderness, and they need gear that helps them not just survive but thrive in all environments.
Gear that isn’t flimsy, doesn’t weigh you down, isn’t a nightmare to set up, and has more than one function.
Introducing Traveller Camp—ultra-light, versatile adventure hammock gear made for wild campers.
Traveller Camp is the ultimate hammock + tarp + mosquito net combination created for memorable outdoor experiences.
It’s all in the materials—the 100% polyester ripstop and PUR coating make Traveller Camp last for years and able to withstand anything that nature can throw at you.
Put a sleeping mat in the thermo compartment sewn underneath the hammock for extra protection from the cold. Plus, we also have underquilts, made especially for hammock insulation.
The Traveller Camp is made for the Grab ‘N Go experience. The three components fit comfortably in a traditional spacious packsack with attached straps for additional compression and decreased volume.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What are the dimensions?
Hammock: 275cmx140cm 108inchx55inch Tarp: 340cmx140cmx150cm 144inchx55inchx59inch
How much does it weigh?
3 . 7 lbs / 1 . 67 kg
What is the weight limit?
What is it made of?
The tarp is made from 100 % Polyester-Ripstop (210T), PUR-coated. The hammock is made from 100% extra strong, breathable Nylon Ripstop (210D).
It is washable?
Yes, hand wash only.
Does it work with hammock stands?
Yes, it can attach to standard hammock stands.
Can it be used on the ground?
Yes, it can be used on the ground as a tent replacement.
Is the mosquito net removable or is it fastened to the hammock?
The mosquito net is pre-fastened and not removable.
Is the ridgeline holding the whole product?
No, there's actually no weight on the tarp. (apart from the weight of the tarp itself and the mosquito net.) The whole weight of the hammock and the person inside is on the ropes that hold the hammock. The ridgeline is just attached to these. With a nite ize carabiner hook at the ridgeline, you can also adjust the "tightness" of the tarp