TP Ceremonial

A teepee in which several dozen campers can sit around the fire and there is still room for competitions, skits or ceremonies.

This is a ceremonial teepee, or "long house", which was used, for example, by Chief Joseph from the Nez Perces tribe.

Experience a special, unrepeatable atmosphere where neither rain nor wind can disturb the progress of the campfire. In the ceremonial teepee, it is possible to start two or a whole row of fires. With the help of linings (inner sails), the space can be "halved" or divided for greater comfort for overnight guests.

Use the ceremonial teepee:

- for a larger number of campers, when they find themselves in one common space and experience common experiences

- glamping accommodation, bar or restaurant for weddings, corporate events, festivals.