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Moskito Traveller Quilted is an outdoor hammock with mosquito net and a thermal insulation layer sewn on below. This ‘3 in 1’ hammock combines the features of a hammock, a mosquito net and an underquilt and is particularly quick to set up. You can get tips on how to set up the hammock here.
Moskito Traveller Quilted – what is special about this outdoor hammock? Why is it especially suitable for hammock camping beginners and wild camping in Sweden? And what are the advantages compared to a set of two single items? Here you will find the answers.
An ultra-light outdoor hammock has become a must-have accessory in a bus, van or camper! Here are the five ultimate reasons why you should take a compact outdoor hammock with you when travelling in your motorhome.
If you have a hammock with a compartment, you can place an insulating mat underneath the hammock. This provides thermal insulation when you spend the night outdoors. Our absolute bestseller is the Moskito Traveller Thermo. What are the advantages of this hammock and why are the Amazonas Ultra-Light thermal hammocks so unique?
These tips and tricks are useful when choosing an underquilt or attaching it to a hammock. Read here what you should bear in mind when suspending this thermal protection for overnight sleeping in your outdoor hammock.
An underquilt keeps you warm while sleeping in an outdoor hammock. Here you can read how to attach an AMAZONAS Ultra-Light underquilt correctly to your hammock.
An underquilt is a protection against the cold for an overnight stay in the hammock. When bivouacking or hammock camping, an underquilt serves as thermal insulation from below. Amazonas Ultra Light has three different underquilts with hollow fibre filling.
Underquilt or insulating mat in the compartment of a hammock – which thermal insulation is right for you? What are the various advantages and disadvantages for overnight sleeping in a hammock and when should you combine the two?
What is an underquilt and why do you need it for your outdoor hammock when wild camping? Here you can find out how the thermal insulation of an underquilt works, and what advantages an underquilt has compared to a sleeping bag in a hammock.
Most AMAZONAS Ultra-Light hammocks are classified in two product series. We distinguish between the ADVENTURE and the TRAVELLER series, both sewn from particularly tear-resistant ripstop material. Discover here what the differences consist in and what the advantages of the different product families are.
Hammocks and tarps made of ripstop material have become an indispensable part of the outdoor scene. Many well-known manufacturers of ultra-light tents and outdoor equipment use this extremely light fabric which is woven using a special technique. What exactly this means and what advantages this material has, we will explain here.
Our tarps are divided into two categories. The extremely light and compact ADVENTURE series includes tarps made of silnylon, while the TRAVELLER series features the somewhat heavier and robust tarp made of polyester. Here you can find out what properties each material has and which tarp is best suited to your hammock overnight camping plans.
When hammocking in the forest, you hardly want to be surprised by snow, rain or even just falling leaves. That’s why you need a roof for your hammock when bivouacking, in other words a TARP. Whether ultralight and compact or particularly robust and large, we have a wide range of tarps for various outdoor activities.
Fancy spending the night in an outdoor hammock? With the right hammock camping equipment – it’s not a problem! Underquilt, tarp and anything else you’re likely to need when bivouacking with a hammock!
When hanging an outdoor hammock from a tree, how much space do you need? What is the right distance and the right height? Here you will find a simple scheme that you can’t go wrong with!
AMAZONAS ultralight hammocks – the perfect companion for travellers and all those who like to be outdoors! Whether for bushcrafters, backpackers or campers – what are the invincible advantages of an outdoor hammock?
Outdoor hammocks are often used for sleeping in the open air. What you need to do if you want to lie in your hammock as comfortably as in a bed is explained here in the Brazilian lying technique.
If you want to spend the night in an outdoor hammock in winter... With the right hammock camping equipment, it’s not a problem. Underquilt, tarp – here’s all you need to have with you when setting up a hammock in winter!
Suspending a hammock with tree straps prevents the bark of the tree from being damaged. Which hammock suspension systems are suitable for trees and which are not?
When hanging up your hammock, you should always pay attention to the safety aspect. Hammock lovers are inventive and like to hang their hammocks in all kinds of places! Here are the most important tips so that you can hang out safely and in a relaxed manner...
AMAZONAS ultra-light hammock – the perfect companion for travellers and all those who like to be outdoors! Whether you are a bushcrafter, backpacker or camper – here you can find out which hammock attachment is best suited to your chosen outdoor activity.
In order to enable the children a decent existence, the association "Der Kleine Nazareno e.V." was founded in 1994. In the last twenty years, two Nazareno villages were created in this way, which today are a new home for more than 110 children.
Two young adventurers are planning a complete crossing of the Amazon basin for September 2021! They want to draw attention to the unique nature of the rainforest, as well as to environmental problems and the inhumane treatment of indigenous tribes. They will be spending the nights in our ultra-light hammocks.