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Discover The World of Kağanlık Nature Equipments

Feel the Power of the Steppe

Thousands of Years of Nomadic Culture

Respectful to Nature and Free

Forget about your camping experience until now!


By adapting the technology of 3500-year-old nomadic culture as Kağanlık Nature Equipments,

We offer you not a product, but a reflection of the life culture of Steppe, forged by the harsh conditions.


From Scythians to Huns, from Gokturks to Uighurs, from Mongols to Seljuks

What we learned from our nomadic ancestors, without putting stone on stone,

We came to remember the culture of life in harmony with nature and joy.


Felt Yurt Tents
(Yurt-Ger-Boz Üy)

Much more than a tent ... It has a soul.

A living legend!

The life culture of Central Asian and South Siberian nomads, that is, our ancestors, is still actively used in Mongolia and Kazakhstan/Kyrgyzstan, which is located in the west of the Altai Mountains, where we call the Great Steppe. It is not a tent, it means a house, it means a country ...

You can experience the comfort of your home even in the most difficult weather conditions.


A life style with a balanced energy, equipped with symbolism from Tengrism. These days, we are stuck in concrete boxes and call our box-like houses flats. However, you say flat in English and we say daire(circle) in Turkish what means home for us but today our home is much far away from it's circular shape . The round "Orda" on its top represents the sun, and daytime lighting is provided by the light coming from there. The bars that keep the place standing and extend to the walls of the tent represent the rays of the sun. Sun rays surround the inside of the round shaped tent representing the round world. Inside the Yurt, there is always a fire in the middle, and some water is always warm. There are 4 elements in the tent together. Earth on the ground, fire in the middle, water in the cauldron, the surrounding air and the sun above it. The inside of the tent consists of 7 main sections. In the middle, the part that comes under the "Orda" is the gathering place around it and symbolizes happiness. It is clear where the kitchen, hunting equipment and weapons, the hospitality section and the bed section will be inside, and all nomads obey these rules.


Have you ever lived your life in a round, such deliberate place and experienced its energy balanced with the elements? Be sure, our ancestors preferred tents knowing that they were right and good for human beings. Out of respect for nature, they rejected stone or wooden structures that would change the nature. Soon after a Yurt Tent is dismantled, there is no trace there, and this is a philosophy adopted precisely out of respect for nature, not to spoil it, not to change it.


A healthy, comfortable and energy-balanced environment on your land that a container or a prefabricated house cannot provide. Moreover, it is more economical. If you want to change its location, it only takes 3 hours to disassemble and reassemble.

Yurt tent, for the good of both you and nature.


Traditional Teepee Tent (Chum)

You may call it an Indian tent, but its homeland is around the Yenisey River.

So yes, it is also a product of our deep Turkic Nomadic Culture.

This tent, which takes its name from its pointed hill, which is Tepe(hill) in Turkish, is indispensable for northern Siberian nomads who still work as reindeer herders. It is a great solution for those who want an easy-to-install and warm shelter that can withstand strong winds.

It's not just for shelter, it has a soul. Not a single nail or metal was used in its construction or installation.


Modernization always hides a return to the traditional behind it. Teepee tents, which are now quite popular in western countries, are essentially an example of our culture. Seeing our teepee tent in the European and North American Steppes as we did in the Central Anatolian Steppes, the Black Sea and the Eastern Anatolian Mountains, and the Taurus Mountains, being in its circular space and watching the dance of the fire, will make you experience a journey to the past.


Bell Tents

A completely different camping experience. It saves space thanks to its raised walls.

In the summer, the walls are opened to provide a cool canopy.

It is not only suitable for desert conditions, but also as successful as Tepe tent in cold weather. Thanks to its raised walls, it provides more space in smaller diameters. The waterproof 100% cotton canvas fabric will keep you dry in the heavy rain or heavy snowfall.

Going to the camp does not mean feeling cold, even in cold weather. You will be able to burn your stove in your tent and enjoy the nature comfortably.

Thanks to its raised walls, it prevents the lost area at the bottom corners. In addition, in hot weather, the side walls are fully opened to create a wide and cool canopy. In the evening, you can easily close the walls again.


Single Pole Teepee Tents

Waterproof canvas fabric teepee tent set up with a single pole in the middle.

Warm in winter, cool in summer ...
Expand your camping season!

The modern version of the Teepee Tent used by the Northern Siberian Turks, transformed for campers, hunters or families. It is made of waterproof 100% cotton canvas fabric, which is easy to install and extremely lightweight. It keeps the heat inside, allowing you to start a fire or set up a stove.


With the canvas hill tent, you do not have to leave the tent even if you are sleepy because of the heat that occurs when the sun rises. In addition, when you forget your materials that should not be kept in the heat as in ordinary polyester tents; Your cosmetics, medicines or meals will not deteriorate and lose their properties.


Forget the days when you stopped going to the camp because it was cold. Until now, we have not been offered any alternative other than small polyester tents. We had to see the winter camps, where we tried to warm up with our body heat, as torment. However, with canvas teepee tents, winter camps will now turn into a different pleasure.

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