Why no blokes, no kids?
Hi, I’m Di. And – before you ask – yes, I am married with a wonderful husband, a delightful daughter, and a much-loved dog. So why, then, do I restrict this experience to women-only?
Easy. I simply know that quite often, us women become so absorbed with keeping said men, children and animals happy, that we forget to take time out for ourselves!
As my best friend says, “there is a reason the airline safety briefing says put on your own oxygen mask before helping others. You can’t help anyone if you don’t.” Sometimes we forget to breathe.
Designed for your pleasure
And by that, I mean you won’t have to set up the tent or make up the beds, you won’t have to unpack and organise the camp kitchen, you won’t have to find a space for the chilly bin and you certainly won’t have to bring enough food to feed an army. Just yourself, and 3 friends. Now that’s designed for pleasure.
Yes, but why four?
Fair question. Aside from the fact that I’m one of four sisters, I’ve also noticed other odd ‘4’s’ popping up in my life. After finishing University, I went on a camping road trip with 3 friends, they are amazing friends still and we have girls catch up or get-away at least once a year. I always seem to have specific groups of friends who socialise in fours, and my sisters do too. Four people fit nicely in a car, glasses of wine in a bottle -4 and 4 is perfect for playing Rummikub or cards. Honestly, 4 is just a number that seems to work in life – and it just so happens that our fabulous Perfect Four tent is ideally set up for a luxury four-lady experience. Actually, we can cater for up to 6 if you really need it.
Camping is fun
As a qualified Girl Guide Leader, I have been taking camps, taking girls and women camping since before cell-phones were invented. The tents and equipment has changed what hasn’t is the fun of being outdoors. The simplicity of daily tasks, the wonders of nature and the joy of sleeping in a tent with your friends.