Space, ventilation and a sun canopy are essential. Look for family-sized tents with full height ceilings, and meshed doors that open up but keep bugs out. A high hydrostatic head will keep the tent secure if the weather turns. Or use a technical cotton tent with a nice climate control.
You’ll need a cool summer sleeping bag that offers good ventilation. If it’s really hot, you might prefer to sleep in a cotton liner. Flock airbeds will offer comfort throughout your trip.
Invest in comfy furniture that can be used inside and out, like sun loungers, foldable picnic tables, easy chairs, and inflatable sofas. Don’t forget storage for clothes and accessories.
A cool box with compressor is a must for cold drinks and fresh food, while a grill gives you the option to cook inside and out.