Best tiki umbrellas

If you want to create a beach-themed look in your garden or are throwing a Hawaiian-themed bash, a tiki umbrella is a must.

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Are you considering giving your outdoor space a tropical touch with a tiki umbrella? Giving your yard, garden, patio, or balcony a theme is a really fun way to add some character to your outdoor space. Beach and seaside themes are popular, and Bali huts are a great way to give your garden that South Pacific vibe. If you don't have the space or budget to build such a structure, then a simple tiki umbrella can help you create that look, with much less trouble and expense. Pour yourself a pina colada and take a look through our selection of the best tiki umbrellas available now. 

Staff pick

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EasyGo thatched tiki umbrella (opens in new tab)

Best overall option

Our staff pick is a good quality option from the Californian umbrella experts at EasyGo. This 8-foot umbrella features heavy-duty steel poles and ribs with an attractive wood grain finish. This design has a 1.25-inch pole that fits any standard patio umbrella table or base. The canopy is fade-resistant, vented to avoid accidents, and boasts an easy tilt adjustment. 

With LED lights

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Ovastlkuy thatched tiki umbrella (opens in new tab)

A larger option with a 10-foot span

This tiki umbrella features useful built-in illumination, which makes it a great accessory for evening garden parties. There are LED lights along the umbrella's ribs and a larger central light. This style has a generous 10-foot span, meaning it's a good choice for larger households. The artificial straw is made from polyester, which is waterproof and UV resistant. 

Compact choice

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iConcern thatched tiki umbrella (opens in new tab)

Comes complete with fabric travel bag

Created and designed in the USA, iConcern's tiki umbrella measures in at 6.5-feet wide, making it a good choice for balconies and useful at the park or beach. It has eight sturdy steel ribs with a durable white powder coating. The straw is made from artificial thatch roofing materials. It has a two-way tilt mechanism and a standard-size pole.

Solar-powered

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DOIT Doitpower thatched tiki umbrella (opens in new tab)

A 9-foot option with lighting

This is another option that has integrated, solar-powered lighting. It boasts a center light and 32 smaller LED lights. It has a double top design for improved venting. Eight iron ribs are supporting the canopy, and the main pole is lightweight aluminum. The canopy measures 9-feet across and is made of fade-resistant polyester faux straw. 

Budget choice

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Impact Canopy thatched tiki umbrella (opens in new tab)

With an auger tip for stability

This tiki umbrella has a threaded auger tip, which means it can easily stand in earth or sand, as well as used with a patio umbrella base or table. The steel frame has an attractive wood effect finish. The straw thatch is made from waterproof polyester fabric. This umbrella has an 8-foot span, and the umbrella tilts in multiple directions. 

South Pacific chic 

Our overall best choice is the EasyGo thatched tiki umbrella (opens in new tab). This Californian-made shade has a good standard size of 8 feet, is made from quality materials, and offers a sturdy tilt mechanism. 

If you're looking for a tiki umbrella with built-in illumination, then consider the Ovastlkuy thatched tiki umbrella (opens in new tab). This design has LED lights under the canopy meaning your Hawaiian party can go on until late. 

Anyone who only has a small outside space should look at the iConcern thatched tiki umbrella (opens in new tab); it has a space-saving 6.5-foot span. This also makes it a good option for anyone looking for a tiki umbrella to take to the beach. 

Amy-Mae Turner

With over 10 years of experience writing for popular websites Amy-Mae is a freelance features writer with a focus on writing reviews, how-tos, and buyers guides. She lives near the sea in Devon with her family, two naughty cats, and two much-loved dogs. Her beloved daughter ensures she has very little spare time but if she manages to wrangle any you'll find her on the sofa watching box sets and drinking gin.

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