Once you have found the perfect place to pitch your camping tent, the next step is to do just that and after a long time spent making the interior, as cozy and bug free as possible, you can finally crawl into the sleeping bag and sleep.
If you are on a hiking trip the next morning you will have to pack everything away, but you will have to hang around a while until everything has dried up enough so as not to get all damp while on the move.
The alternative to all of this could be a hammock, which you can simply hang from two trees, climb into and simply put away the very next day in a matter of minutes.
The only other bedding you will require is a blanket and an obligatory mosquito net. In fact modern designs actually incorporate everything you will ever need so do some research.
You can even get ones that consider the environment, in that they will protect the trees whose facilities you are borrowing for the night. The main consideration when selecting a hammock is size, in terms of how much weight it will hold.
Most manufacturers have particular models for the different conditions and various types of user.
You will certainly be amazed at the variety of designs and styles available and there is bound to be one that suits your exact requirements.
There are even ones that can be set up in a similar way to a tent, in other words if there are no trees anywhere to be found, then you can still enjoy the experience of a hammock.