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These Pod-Like Tents Will Make You Want To Go Camping This Summer (Photos)

When it comes to exploring new places, there are two types of people out there.

There are those who choose to see the world through the opening of a tent and those who would rather view it from a window in a five-star hotel.

If you're someone who cringes at the idea of "roughing it," then you're probably the latter of the two.

But, someone just invented an awesome tent that might just convince you to ditch your days of traveling like a diva.

Feast your eyes on the Froute Pod.

Created by the Australia-based company Giant Grass, the Froute Pod is a semi-permanent tent that takes glamping to a whole new level of stylish.

According to Giant Grass,

Our design approach is based on using bamboo in its most natural form and exploring various possibilities whilst retaining the overall integrity of the material. We create our designs by carving, cutting and splitting the hollow cylindrical bamboo culm.

There's no denying the Froute Pod looks pretty awesome, and its unique, spacious design might just make you forget you're sleeping in a tent instead of a luxurious resort.

Take a look at the pictures below to see this amazing tent design.

Thanks to the Froute Pod, you can now go camping in style.

This bamboo-framed tent was inspired by nature and boasts an octagonal design that is 118 inches wide and 94 inches tall.

The interior is so spacious, it can actually fit a double bed.

The Froute Pod features two small windows...

...and a central skylight that lets in lots of natural light.

Instead of a boring zipper opening, the tent boasts two flaps of fabric...

...that resemble flower petals when opened.

The Froute Pod is also pretty easy to assemble and only takes about 45 minutes when set up by two people.

However, you're going to have to settle for your old school tent a little longer because these badass tents won't be available commercially until the summer.

Citations: Bamboo Built Froute Pod Is Made For Stylish Camping (Tree Hugger)