The best way to prevent condensation is by leaving your windows (the higher the better) slightly unzipped to encourage airflow.
Consider camping with your tent facing into the wind.
Consider purchasing a rechargeable fan to help.
Don’t bring wet clothes or gear into the tent.
If you like sleeping with your pet inside the tent, consider training them to sleep inside your car.
Avoid camping near streams or other wet areas which will increase the humidity in the air. (heading) More Tips for Keeping Your Tent Dry
– Have a small towel on hand so you can wipe down the tent walls, ceiling, and floor to get as much moisture out of your tent as possible.
-Make a habit of drying the tent out before closing it to get on the road – and make sure to remove any wet gear or bedding from your KoloCamp as well.
-If you’re unable to dry it because of time or weather, make sure that you dry out the tent within 36 hours – you never want to leave a wet tent closed for long. Doing so will result in mold and mildew growth which is difficult to clean once present.
-If you do get mold or mildew growth on your tent, you can use a VERY light bleach solution and a bit of scrubbing to remove the stains.
-If you prefer a natural alternative to bleach, white vinegar or a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution will also work.