Bell Tents

For those looking to grow an ecotourism business or join the growing popularity of businesses providing a unique outdoor glamping experience, bell tents are a low investment with little upfront infrastructure requirements. Transportable and easy to set up, our all season bell tents conveniently create...

Have you been dreaming of buying a bell tent for a while – or have you been wanting to add on a canopy or cover to your existing tent – but you just don't have the extra money to pay in full upfront?...

We are excited to announce that Psyclone Tents will attend the Virtual Glamping Show USA 2020 from 13th to 15th October. It was great to be a part of last year's Glamping Summit USA in Colorado, we made some great connections. Although this year’s virtual...

Camping is a great way to experience nature and all it has to offer. However, camping can often generate a lot of waste , and many people don’t leave their campsite the way they found it - which after time, can seriously damage Mother Nature.  We’ve...

Jess Krause is a photographer, adventurer, creative director and bohemian styling extraordinaire from Queensland, Australia. We have been lucky enough to get the chance to chat with her about her top tips on planning a bohemian backyard party!...

When buying a bell tent for the first time you will hear that you have to 'weather it'. When you first buy a bell tent, there are little needle holes from the sewing of the tent that water could potentially get in. How do you...

Ever wonder where the first bell tents originated from? Instantly recognisable all over the world, bell tents have been used for thousands of years by Indigenous people. Flip through the pages of a history book and you’ll see that even the Byzantine empire used bell tent-shaped...