It’s important to remember that condensation occurs in all tents. Read the advice below to learn how to avoid tent condensation, and the best methods to use:
The amount of condensation will vary depending on the prevailing conditions. From water only apparent on touching the inside of the tent, to droplets extending over the whole upper canopy. In really heavy rain, condensation can be mistaken for leaking as the condensation is bounces off the inside of the flysheet.
Figuring out how to avoid tent condensation can be tricky, but the key is always good ventilation. Ensure you pick a tent that has plenty of air vents and to make full use of them.