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Tag us in your photos and be in with a chance to win a Zirkon 7 Tentipi Adventure Tent.
We are also giving away a Tentipi Hammock every week for 12 weeks!

 

HOW TO ENTER

We are looking for the most beautiful, entertaining, inspiring or unusual images featuring Tentipi Event Tents.

For your images to be included in the competition simply tag @tentipieventtents in any of your Instagram posts that meet the brief, and include the #TentipiTravels hashtag.

All entries will be considered by a panel of Tentipi staff. 

 

The closing date for the Zirkon tent prize is 31st July 2020.

The overall winner will receive a Zirkon 7  Tentipi Adventure Tent (worth £1350).

The Zirkon 7 has been used in expeditions to some of the most challenging environments on Earth.

It provides all-weather performance, warmth, headroom, and excellent ventilation, plus an open fire if you want it, and sleeps 6-8 people.

Zirkon 7 cp Tentipi Adventure

 

WEEKLY HAMMOCK PRIZES

We will also be picking out one winner EVERY WEEK for the next 12 weeks to win one of our upcycled Tentipi Hammocks.

Each of the weekly winners will then be entered into the main prize draw for the Zirkon 7 Adventure Tent!

Tentipi Hammock


TERMS

You must be a member of the Authentic Nordic Tipi Association.

 All entries are to be made available for Tentipi to share on Social Media (with credits to customers and photographers).

There is no limit on the number of images that can be entered.

If you aren't an ANTA member but would like to be in with a chance to win.

ANTA

  JOIN THE ANTA  

If you have any further questions about the ANTA please get in touch.

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All of our products are designed and built to last. This ethos runs through everything we do, for the benefit of our customers and the planet. It is achieved using the highest quality materials and over 35 years of Tentipi expertise.
There is no definitive answer as to how long your tipi will last, but if well looked after you will get many years of use out of it.
There are several things you can do to prolong its life. Please have a read of our guide below. It's not everything there is to know, but it's a good place to start.

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At Sapmi Nature camp you can experience real winter, see the northern lights, eat traditional Sami food, and have a cultural exchange in a genuine atmosphere. The scenic location has gained attraction from around the world. In 2017 it was listed by National Geographic as one of the top 21 places in the world to visit if you care about the planet.

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Ivan Eriksson is Sami and he has been working with projects to strengthen and further the Sami-culture for most of his life. He has always had one leg in reindeer husbandry and working to strengthen Sami rights has always been close to his heart. When he heard about the opportunity to do something during the special UN-year he knew that he had to make something extraordinary.

From all around the world top businessmen, Russian oil oligarchs and Hollywood celebrities travels to the tiny village of Lassbyn in Norrbotten, northern Sweden. Here our long time customer Fredrik Broman runs Aurora Safari Camp, the world’s first glampsite in an arctic winter climate. The popular destination has been long in the making and started over 20 years ago on the African savannah.

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