Safari tent rental on the Veluwe

The Veluwe is a nature reserve in Gelderland. Many call it the most beautiful nature area in the Netherlands. You can walk and cycle through the varied landscape. In the Veluwe you also have a good chance of spotting the Netherlands' "big five". So it is a very good destination for a camping holiday, but it is annoying to struggle with your tent every time you put it up. Therefore, just book a safari tent on the Veluwe with Vodatent. Then your holiday will be carefree from start to finish!

An unforgettable holiday in a safari tent

A carefree holiday in a Veluwe safari tent

Carefree? Certainly! With a safari tent in the Veluwe, you no longer have to worry about putting up the tent or bringing along lots of essential camping equipment. This is because your booked safari tent is pre-installed and equipped with many comforts. Leave the pots, cutlery and crockery at home, as the tent has a kitchen that already has all this. There is also a fridge and 4-burner gas cooker. So you can easily prepare the tastiest evening meals. Once you have eaten, you can have a drink on your own veranda. Afterwards, you can round off the evening in style by getting into a bed with a comfortable mattress. Say goodbye to thin sleeping mats and air mattresses!

With a safari tent, you are close to the nature of the Veluwe

If you go to the Veluwe, you obviously have to go to the Hoge Veluwe National Park. In this 5,400-hectare nature park, you'll walk from one landscape to another. From open sand drifts to deep forests to vast heathers; the 'green treasure house of the Netherlands' has a lot to offer. Summer is one of the most beautiful months, as the moors turn a beautiful purple. That's when it's really nice to take photos!

Discover the cultural side of the Veluwe!

With your safari tent, you are not only close to nature, but also to the cultural and artistic side of the area. You can also find the Kröller-Müller museum in National Park de Hoge Veluwe. This museum is named after Helene Kröller-Müller, who had collected up to some 11,500 works of art during her lifetime. Her husband, Anton Kröller was the man who bought the pieces of land together and turned them into a national park. Many of the most beautiful collected works of art can be viewed at the museum. These include the works of Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondrian. The museum also holds the second largest van Gogh collection in the world. Not such a fan of paintings? There is also a special sculpture garden with sculptures by well-known sculptors, such as Joep van Lieshout.

Cycling, hiking and other outdoor activities

Pack your hiking boots and bike when you leave for your safari tent on the Veluwe, because you can do some fantastic hiking and cycling. In the national park, bikes are included in the entrance fee, but there are also a huge number of routes outside the park. Electric bikes have also been taken into account, as there are plenty of charging points along the cycle paths to recharge your electric bike. Don't have an electric bike? Then hire one from the many bike rentals in the area. The cycle paths also take you past the highlights of the Veluwe, but it is also relaxing to cycle without a destination. Sporty cyclists looking for more of a challenge will also be happy in the Veluwe. Your road bike or mountain bike will feel at home among the hills and descents.

The cosy Hanseatic cities of Harderwijk, Elburg and Hattem

Besides the peaceful nature, large collection of art and many routes for cyclists and hikers, there are also the cosy Hanseatic towns. These towns were the largest trading cities in the Netherlands around the 1400s. You can still get a taste of antiquity in Harderwijk, Elburg and Hattem. Walk through the cosy streets and take a look in the museums that can further explain this special history. Do you really want to step into the role of a merchant around that time? Then you can cycle along the old Hanseatic routes. These are the trade routes that connected the towns. Had enough of cycling? Then sample a tasty local beer at one of the cosy pavement cafés!

Accommodation in the Veluwe

Rent a safari tent in Veluwe with Vodatent? Our safari tents are fully furnished and ready for use. There are separate bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen with inventory and you can enjoy the spacious terrace with an awning. Some safari tents even have their own sanitary facilities so you can use your own bathroom.