The Bushveld roof top tent from Overland Vehicle Systems is one of the top hard shell roof top tents on the market.
If you are looking for a high-quality tent with features that make camping easier and more comfortable, then the Bushveld roof top tent is the one for you.
From a super-fast, 30-second setup to a thick memory foam mattress, the Bushveld roof top tent has it all. Speaking of that 30-second setup: The OVS Bushveld RTT has a unique gas strut design that lets you open and close it in half a minute. Indeed, the process is almost entirely automated.
Learn more about all of the features at our Bushveld rooftop tent page. And if you're still looking to get inspired, check out these 10 Bushveld roof top tent posts from actual users. We hope these give you the inspiration you need to grab one of these Overland Vehicle Systems Bushveld tents for yourself.
Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser; Bushveld RTT
Toyota Land Cruiser 4x4; OVS Bushveld
Vehicle: Rivian - Brenham Texas; Bushveld rooftop tent
Vehicle: Rivian; Overland Vehicle Systems Bushveld
Vehicle: Ford Offroad 4x4; Bushveld roof top tent
Vehicle: Toyota 4x4 4Runner; Bushveld RTT from OVS
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Advise from the experts
We asked some of the above vehicle owners share some tips and things you need to consider when buying the Bushveld roof top tent. You can check it out below:
1. Find a good mattress (@overlndtxdad)
I love the tent. My advice would be to find a good mattress to put in them. Like most hard shell roof top tents the pad is tough on side sleepers. I’m still doing trial and error with some products I found on Amazon..
2. Pack Light (@dakartundra)
What I love about the bushveld is how compact and light the tent is, leaving room for other cargo on the roof but having room inside for 3-4 people to sleep inside. If you pack really tight closer to the wall side you can leave things in there. And of course there is no zipper and you can closed in seconds!