The desert in Namibia, along the Atlantic Ocean, can be a very cold and windy place! On our recent trip we wanted to test some prototypes of the CozyBag Wilderness there and luckily they kept us warm in the evenings, nights and mornings. After a day of driving in the sand dunes we relaxed in the evenings around a campfire until it was dark enough to see the sky full of stars. Then I could just walk over to my tent, close the bottom of the CozyBag and fall asleep.
In the mornings we got up early and it was pleasant to keep warm while getting the first coffee. Even packing up can be done in the CozyBag until the sun gets warm enough to get out and continue our drive.
In this region roof-top tents are also popular, and one further advantage of the CozyBag is that you can climb the ladder to the tent up and down with your CozyBag on. Have a look at our CozyBag Wilderness here:
In hostels and mountain huts you can sleep well and hygienic in your own sleeping bag liner. In this blog post we show how best to take care of your liner after and during the trip.
Tourism may never return to normal, but we can see some positive sides to it. There are many options to take holidays with a focus on the near, the experience, with friends and family. We have collected a few ideas in this blog post.