Pacific Play Tents Under the Sea Cabana Review

by Jenny on July 31, 2013

Are you looking for a fun play tent for your children for camping, the beach, or even used in the back yard to give the kids somewhere to play safely? It’s important to find a way to get out of the sun, especially for kids – but what you do look for when you’re choosing a shade? The Under the Sea tent is a fun way to protect the sensitive skin of the children, providing the shade and shelter needed.

Pacific Play Tents Under the Sea Cabana

You can even bring out the tent at-home to create some fun for a rainy day, as it is small enough to set up in the house. Or, use it the traditional way and bring it outside to spend some time outdoors at the local playground. You can even choose to bring it along to the beach and give infants and children a place to relax during the family day out.

Features of the Pacific Play Tent:

  • Fun design suited for infants and children
  • Mesh windows for adequate air flow
  • Includes sandbags that can be placed in the corner to keep the tent grounded on those windy days at the beach
  • Easy set up with shock corded poles
  • Includes easy to use storage bag
  • UPF 30+

Pros
In addition to taking the Pacific Play tent under the sea Cabana to the beach, you’re able to bring it along on all outdoor outings. The front of the tent has a full zipper closure to protect the infant or child inside of the tent from mosquitoes. The full zippered closure is also a great way to give infants and children a safe place to play during the day while spending time outdoors or provide a soft place for a nap.

Pacific Play Tents Under the Sea Cabana

There is enough space within the tent for two children to play, or spend time in the tent for sun protection.

Cons
Sandbags can be used on windy days to ground the tent but there are no pegs included to attach the tent to the ground. You should consider where you are traveling to and the type of weather that is going to be found there before choosing between the different types of tents. Also, you might want to consider whether you want to have another task at set-up, like filling the sand bags, when you’re making the choice.

Final Thoughts
The fun design and fact that the bottom is attached to the tent make it a convenient way to travel for weekend road trips and days at the beach. At the affordable price point of around thirty or forty dollars and available for free shipping, parents can find a budget friendly tent that’s going to protect the kids in tow from the sun and other elements while the family is on the go.

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