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If you are a first-time trekker, you must be certainly looking forward to your first exotic experience in the tent. It is of course dreamy and fantasizing to imagine staying over in a tent amidst the snow-capped mountains. Tents have their own chunks of joy; they definitely give you a couple of butterflies in your stomach and occasional goosebumps. It's enthralling. But besides the delightful and bewitching picture most people have of tents in the mountains you also need to remember that on certain days they can be a real pain, especially during heavy rain, the walls of the tents tend to become soggy and sticky which is a real mood spoiler during your treks. While the quality of a tent does strongly matter what also matters is the comfort one seeks during his/her stay in the tent and this calls for an interesting debatable topic that is bunking of two men in a tent vs bunking of three men in a tent.
If we were to ask amateurs or first-time trekkers, the answer is going to be in favor of three men in a tent, this is because of the theory "more the number of people more the fun". It's easy to find games and time killing practices for more number of people than just two individuals. You can also conspire against one of the three and enjoy a great time by pranking and scaring the other. In terms of the quantity and quality of fun, three men in a tent is surely a show-stealing deal. But on the other hand if we were to ask experienced or professional trekkers, they completely spin the debate and argue in the support of accommodating only two men in a tent. The thrill and excitement of staying in a tent usually fade in professional or occasional trekkers. They get used to it and begin to have a more practical outlook on situations and things. So when it comes to sharing a tent they support only two individuals to bunk in one tent, considering and valuing the idea of comfort. However if we are to suggest and make a call then allow us to disclose that we also support and recommend the latter, that is the accommodation of just two individuals in a tent and here is why.
These were the supporting points that make our recommendation valid. Some people argue that tents with triple sharing remain warmer when compared to tents with double-sharing but this is not true. It is the quality of the tents that determine or enhance the warmth inside a tent. The number of individuals resting inside has no impact on this scenario. Now, you need to keep in mind that it is usually only professional companies that provide double-sharing services unlike a ton of local companies that have triple sharing services only. Also since two individuals share a tent, professional companies hence pitch relatively more number of tents when compared to other local companies that carry a lesser number of tents for obvious reasons. Additionally, the quality of the tents of professional companies is reasonably better with stiff and rigid walls unlike the tents of local companies that fail to withstand fierce or wild natural occurrences.
You may be tempted by the cheaper rates of local trekking companies but if you look closer professional companies really just charge you for their services which are on any day unavoidable. So practically it is ideal to choose a professional company for your trek to improve your trekking experiences and to less likely come across troubles.
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