Most campers choose hammocks these days because they are easy to set up, and it's more comfortable to sleep suspended above the ground.
However, sleeping a little higher in the air poses one nasty problem: mosquitoes and other bugs and insects.
People camp for relaxation, get away from the city's stress or the noise pollution from where they come from.
Buzzing insects would defeat the purpose of seeking peace in the forest. Let's not even begin talking about bug bites.
Lucky for us, hammock makers recognized the need and invented something much to all of the campers' delight!
Check out these netted hammocks!
The net protects campers from insects and, at the same time, allows just the right amount of air to come in for a breezy night.
The mesh material is also flexible. The camper won't feel like trap inside a plastic, resealable bag.
Campers can stretch their legs and arms all they please because the mesh material will adjust according to how they move in their sleep.
The netted hammocks' flexibility also ensures that no part of the campers' body touches the mesh. So there is no way for the bugs to get through the skin.
While the best feature of these hammocks is their mesh nets, they come with additional advantages.
These hammocks are lightweight. Campers can fold them in the tiniest possible shape that fits most of the pouches that come with the sets.
The material is also waterproof. Campers don't have to wait to dry in cases when the weather doesn't work well in their favor.
If you're divided between these netted hammocks and tents, allow me to paint you the picture.
Most of the camping ground or hiking terrain you would encounter would likely be full of rocks and big protruding trees' roots.
If you get the tents, you have to find a flat and smooth area to make sleep comfortable.
Also, the pandemic saw a jump with people becoming interested in going camping and hiking. The trend means sites will be crowded and jampacked, most likely.
Supposed you decide to get netted hammocks instead, all you need to find are two trees close together (which are most possibly abundant in the forest), and you're all set!