Two Person

Check out these fabulous two person tents from popular well known brands like Vango and Terra Nova who have over 30 years manufacturing experience. This size tent is ideal for using on trips by yourself with maybe just the dog for company or connecting to nature with a partner. Our extensive range of lightweight 2 man tents are ideal for multi day backpacking, camping holidays and festivals. Tunnel, dome and semi geodesic designs.

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  • Halo Pro 200 - 2 Person Tent
    Vango
  • Pulsar Pro 200 - 2 Person Tent
    Vango
  • Soul 200 - 2 Person Tent
    Vango
    NOW £50.40 RRP £60.00 | Save £9.60 (16%)
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  • Soul 200 - 2 Person Tent
    Vango
    NOW £50.40 RRP £60.00 | Save £9.60 (16%)
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  • Gossamer II - Two Person Tent
    Jack Wolfskin
    NOW £107.25 RRP £165.00 | Save £57.75 (35%)
  • Yellowstone II - Two Person Vent Tent / Green SALE
    Jack Wolfskin
    NOW £195.00 RRP £300.00 | Save £105.00 (35%)
  • F10 Xenon UL 2+ Tent
    Vango
    NOW £294.00 RRP £350.00 | Save £56.00 (16%)
  • Lighthouse II RT - Two Person Tent / Steel Blue SALE
    Jack Wolfskin
  • Exolight II - Two Person Tent / Steel Blue SALE
    Jack Wolfskin
  • Eclipse II - Two Person Tent / Cactus Green SALE
    Jack Wolfskin
  • Scout Tarp Extreme
    Exped
  • Hoolie 2 Etc
    Wild Country
    NOW £243.00 RRP £270.00 | Save £27.00 (10%)
  • Starlite 2
    Terra Nova
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  • Blizzard 2
    Wild Country
    NOW £315.00 RRP £350.00 | Save £35.00 (10%)
  • Cairngorm 200 2 Person Backpacking Tent
    Vango
  • Torridon 200 Semi Geodesic 2 Person Tent
    Vango
  • Knoydart 2 Person 3 Pole Tunnel Tent
    Vango
  • F10 Arete 2 Person Mountain Tent
    Vango
  • F10 Erebus 3 Mountain Tent
    Vango
  • F10 Xenon UL 2 Mountain Tent
    Vango
  • F10 Makalu 2 Mountain Tent
    Vango

Here's a quick guide to two person tents to help you choose the right one for you.

Dome:

This is a really popular tent style identified by its curved 2 or 3 pole arch structure. The square or rectangular base gives good headroom and are pretty easy to put up. Dome tents are ideal for low level camping and festivals and can withstand a fair amount of wind and rain but you are likely to suffer in harsher conditions.

Pros: 

  • Easy to put up and transport,
  • Good headroom
  • Ideal for attaching to a larger living space
  • Ideal for families
  • Economic and widely available.

Cons:

  • This design will struggle in high winds.
  • Basic zip design which can fail if not careful.

Tunnel:

A little extra space is always handy and tunnel tents are great for this. Identified by their series of curved poles to create a tunnel like structure. They are straight forward to put up with good headroom too. Better for adventures where you don't need to carry them for long as they are heavier. Ideal for camping with the car or bike. Always pitch facing the wind as heavy gusts will hit this type of tent side on.

Pros:

  • Ideal for larger groups or families.
  • Good headroom.
  • Tapered ends offer good protection if it gets windy.
  • versatile.
  • Comfortable and spacious.
  • Easy to pitch.

Cons:

  • These have a larger footprint than other tent types so worth considering your pitch space first.
  • Usually need more than one pair of hands to pitch.
  • Ventilation in the middle can be restricted.

Geo and Semi geodesic:

Geodesic designs are similar to dome ones but have extra poles that cross over making them much stronger and can tolerate a lot of bad weather. These are ideal for mountaineering trips and expeditions. Semi geodesic versions have fewer poles so a bit lighter to carry, more compact and better for backpacking. These designs have higher ceilings and are roomy, perfect if you are stuck in this type of tent for a while when its raining cats and dogs outside!

Pros:

  • Suited for extreme weather and able to withstand heavy snow fall.
  • Strong and stable construction.
  • Good headroom and internal space.
  • These types of tents usually last longer as they are made to a higher spec.

Cons:

  • Due to its streamlined construction, not suited to families or large groups.
  • Often higher in price.
  • Heavy to haul on long distance trips.

Backpacking tents:

After a long days hike, these designs are much better to lug around as they are light and easy to pitch. Usually this design has a low end with a wider section at the other and a small porch area. They are compact and streamlined and ideal if it gets windy.

Pros:

  • Lightweight and minimal.
  • Easy to pitch.
  • Compact and small to carry.
  • Great for harsh weather conditions.

Cons:

  • Not much headroom/limited space.
  • Not good for large groups or families.

All our tents featured here are waterproof with taped seams and have fitted groundsheets and adhere to all European safety standards. They will either come with fibreglass poles usually in family tents and in dome designs and the backpacking and geodesic tents will have higher spec lightweight aluminium poles for better strength and flexibility in worsening weather.

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