Camping in the Savannah Through Day and Night

Doesn’t it look great? Our TentBox atop a 4x4 Jeep in the wilderness without a soul in sight. Everybody needs a getaway from civilisation; we get used to the sounds of cars and being stuck in traffic but there are better ways to live.

It’s all about the great outdoors, there’s nothing better than breathing in the fresh air of the wilderness, smelling nothing but nature. Your Jeep is a great friend if you want to go exploring as those sturdy vehicles can get you through the toughest terrains.

This TentBox had a Savannah-like experience; dried up grass usually doesn’t look very appealing as all the vibrant greens turn into murky browns and the once beautiful view of nature is gone. However, in this instance, the dried-up grass is the perfect mimic of the savannah, not to mention the gorgeous mountains as the backdrop. Can you imagine camping here? You can just park up your jeep, pop-up your Jeep roof top tent and you’re good to go without anyone else to tell you otherwise.

Once night falls, you’ll be in for a real treat as you can sit back in your TentBox and relax as you watch the sunset over the mountains ahead; an experience of a lifetime you’ll never forget. This is a much better way to spend the night over staying in an expensive hotel that could give you the view of a wall through your window depending on where you are.

Come morning, the experience can get even better. Camping in the savannah-like wilderness may be the perfect way to enjoy our TentBox for you, but for others, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. This scenery is just begging to be explored, it would be a sin not to. Your Jeep is a trusty vehicle to hold everything you need to go exploring for the day. You can pop your Jeep roof tent down so its contents inside are safe and you’re good to go exploring for the day. Even take a picnic and this picture will be the first of many amazing ones on your trip.

If you ever end up having a last-minute trip with your Jeep tent, don’t forget to pack all the essentials that you’d need to keep you going for a few days.