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Night at the Zoo – explore the park after dark and fall asleep in a Nordic tipi

10 januari 2022

Wouldn't it be exciting to spend the night right in the middle of a zoo? – That is exactly what you can do at Skånes Djurpark, a wildlife park in southern Sweden. At their campsite, Camp Oak, you stay in the park after it closes and will make yourself at home in a Nordic tipi from Tentipi. When the night comes you might just fall asleep to the wolves’ howls.

Skånes Djurpark is a Wildlife Park with a long history, it dates back to 1952. It focuses on animals from the Nordic area and has always lived by the ruling with “no animals in cages”. The animals live in large paddocks that recreates the animals’ natural environments.

Sapmi Nature Camp – Sami culture and glamping in the arctic

30 december 2021

Lennart Pittja is a Sámi entrepreneur with a mission: with his world-renowned eco-tourism company he wants to spread the knowledge about his people – the Sami, indigenous of northern Scandinavia and Russia. With over 20 years of experience as a wildlife guide and nature photographer in the arctic region he started Sápmi Nature Camp. Where his guests stay in Nordic tipis from Tentipi on his reindeer herding land outside of Gällivare, in northern Sweden.

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.

The birth of Tentipi Stratus 72 – How a Sami-booth at a trade fair revolutionized the event tent rental business

29 december 2021

Stratus 72, the giant Nordic tipi shaped like a witch’s hat has become one of the most iconic and loved product from Tentipi. The story behind it is both long and fascinating. It involves the Sami, a 1000 square meter booth, and a mobile slaughterhouse.
The United Nations general assembly proclaimed 1993 to be the year of the world´s indigenous people with the goal to protect and promote the right of indigenous people. This made it possible for interest groups and organizations to apply for grants for projects relating to these issues.

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.

Discovering the world’s most remote places with Mike Fuchs

17 juni 2021

It was the first day of the trip, adventurer Mike Fuchs and his friend Eric Folz had just a couple of hours before been dropped off as far north as they could possibly come in Svalbard when they saw them. Two polar bears, one mother and its cub. A situation that could become deadly if the bears decided to have a closer look on their new visitors.

“I know how protective the mothers can be of their cubs. We had to set up our camp in a place that provided a good overview of the location so we could spend the night bear watching. It was both a scary feeling seeing them so early into our trip, but it was also very fascinating”, says Mike Fuchs.

Lyxig glamping vid polcirkeln

21 maj 2021

Från världens alla hörn reser framgångsrika affärsmän, ryska oljeoligarker och Hollywoodskådisar till den lilla byn Lassbyn i Norrbotten. Där driver vår kund Fredrik Broman Aurora Safari camp, världens första arktiska glampinganläggning. Hans resa dit har varit lång och började på Afrikas savanner för över 20 år sedan.

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Luxurious glamping in arctic Sweden

21 maj 2021

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.

Fredrik Broman is born and raised along the Råne river valley in Norrbotten. The forest, the flowing waters and photography are passions that have been important all through his life. Fredrik is a trained teacher and as part of his teaching degree he travelled to Kenya in the late 90’s to work at the Swedish school in Nairobi and to write and take photos for a textbook. As time went by he got to spend more time with his camera and developed his great interest in photography.

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