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A safari tent can be adapted to suit the needs of anyone. Safari tents can be erected as long-term structures or used for short-term holiday accommodation. Safari tents can be fitted with all the mod-cons including fireplaces, air conditioning, kitchens, bathrooms, and WiFi.
Most safari tents are constructed using a combination of steel and timber, covered with a heavy-duty canvas. Some safari tents utilise a full metal framework and some use wood only.
Wooden Safari tents can last anywhere between 5-10 years depending on how frequently they are used and the conditions they have been exposed to. Taking the construction down and reconstructing it regularly will shorten the lifespan of the structure.
Safari tents are typically covered with a durable cotton waterproof canvas. Depending on weather conditions, the waterproof membrane may need to be reapplied after every 8-24 weeks of continuous use. Modern safari tents are also tested for compliance with fire-safety standards
The need for obtaining planning consent for any semi-permanent structure is subject to local restrictions within your area. In the UK for example, any structure that exists for longer than 28 days might require planning permission. It’s always wise to consult your local authority regarding any new structure.