Rent a safari tent in Denmark

You can rent a safari tent in Denmark at Vodatent. Have fun with the kids. Enjoy your holiday in Denmark! You have beautiful areas here where you can walk and cycle. There is certainly no shortage of culture and fun activities to do with the children. Our safari tents are fully furnished and equipped. You do not need to bring and set up your own tent.

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Renting a safari tent in Denmark

The advantage of renting a safari tent in Denmark is that you can enter it immediately upon arrival. You no longer have to set up a tent or caravan and take less stuff from home. Comfortable beds, a mobile kitchen and a spacious awning: Vodatent's large, spacious safari tents are fully furnished and offer space for 6 people. You can also camp with a larger family and there is plenty of storage and luggage space for a football, badminton set, air mattress, inflatable boat, comfortable camping chair, sunscreen and a barbecue. Vodatent also rents out safari tents with a private bathroom. You can rent a safari tent in Denmark at Vodatent!

Cozy family campsites

Many campsites are cozy and are family campsites. They are fully equipped and suitable for young and old. Think of playground equipment, a camping shop or sports facilities. Moreover, the campsites where our safari tents are located are all located near the best outings in Denmark. The campsites in Denmark are all located in the middle of nature. The environment at the campsites is really breathtaking. Do you want to go out to explore the area or stay at the campsite for a day? Whatever you do, renting a safari tent in Denmark with Vodatent guarantees a successful camping holiday!

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Activities in Denmark

Nature
Denmark is known for its beautiful nature! A long coastline with sandy beaches, walking dunes, fjords, forests and lakes. In Denmark you can completely relax and enjoy the space, so that you can take a break from the daily grind at home. In Denmark there are more trees than houses and you are always close to a piece of nature.

Vadehavet National Park
This national park is located on the Danish side of the Wadden Sea. Swamps, dunes and mudflats alternate here on the about 30 islands. You will find different kinds of wild animals and bird species. 'The black sun', large groups of starlings that form a pattern in the sky during sunset, is a well-known phenomenon here. Are you a real bird lover? Then definitely go here and take your binoculars with you.

Food and drinks

Denmark has many eating and drinking habits of its own. A large part of Denmark is along the sea, so it is logical that a lot of fish is eaten. Danes also love a nice piece of meat or just a sandwich for lunch. For lunch, Smørrebrød is a real traditional Danish dish. Smørrebrød literally means: sandwich. Traditionally, rye bread is used, but nowadays several types of bread are used. For dinner, Eel or Flæskesteg are traditional dishes. When it comes to drinking, Danes are certainly not averse to a beer! Denmark has its own beer culture. The Vikings were already brewing beer here around the year 1000. The Danish beer is made from barley, hops and cornstarch, resulting in a light and wine-like beer.

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Surroundings of Denmark

LEGOLAND Billund

LEGOLAND Billund

Billund
Grenen Beach

Grenen Beach

Skagen
The North Sea Oceanarium

The North Sea Oceanarium

Hirtshals
Ribe

Ribe

Ribe
Wadden Sea National Park

Wadden Sea National Park

Rømø
Fårup Sommerland

Fårup Sommerland

Blokhus
Ribe VikingeCenter

Ribe VikingeCenter

Ribe
Copenhagen

Copenhagen

Copenhagen
Nationaal Museum of Nationalmuseet

Nationaal Museum of Nationalmuseet

Copenhagen
The little Mermaid

The little Mermaid

Copenhagen