Freedom, contact with nature and relaxation. These are the main motivations of those who take advantage of the weekend or the holidays to set up a tent and camp.
Although camping is a common and fairly old practice, it is not really as simple as it seems, after all, most camps involve certain risks and require specific care to ensure campers’ well-being and safety.
Your first concern will be, of course, the tent. Consider sizes, brands, models, climate and location of the campsite.
When shopping for your tent research all about it, it is always important that the overhead ceiling go down to the floor so it does not add water to the seams and seams.
See if there are higher places where you can set up your tent.
Very important also is to mount your tent near points of light and water, when available. It can save work and bring more convenience.
If you are camping in a structured campsite in the city, countryside or beach, opt for places that have kitchen available for campers. Most well-structured campgrounds offer stove, refrigerator, table, cookware, cutlery and the like. Also essential is to choose one that has a good bathroom structure, especially if the season chosen for your trip is high season.
Communal kitchen, mini market, location, hot baths and energy points are always welcome because they reduce the amount that we have to take.
Put Things Together
If you are setting up your tent under a tree, avoid fruit trees and trees that produce pinecones and the like. If a fruit or a pine cone falls from the foot, it can do damage in the tent as well as in its head. The trees also attract birds, which will surely make your needs on top of your tent! What sap
Find out where the sun rises and what place it reaches later. Especially if you do not like to wake up early. Try to set up your tent so that you stand with your back to where the sun rises.
The direction of the wind is also an important factor to consider. He can refresh his tent in a warm environment or he can destroy it if it is too strong.
Mount your equipment properly. The strings of the tent are not embellishments. Stretch all of them and leave the frame and covers tight and taut. For good ventilation and good performance in the rain it is important that the sleeping cloth does not touch the overcoat.
If you’re camping for the first time like me. Going with someone who can ride is essential.
Riding The Tent
Simple and efficient backpack
Save on the amount of clothing – prefer dry-fit fabrics, easy to wash and dry – and invest in basic items such as mattress or inflatable mattress, protective blanket to put under the mattress, sleeping bag with thermal insulation appropriate to the climate of local, flashlight, raincoat, sunscreen, repellent and multipurpose knife. Hygiene items such as toilet paper, soap, paste and toothbrush are also essential.
In the backpack place each item in a plastic bag, making sure that the clothes, towels and soft things are on the side that will be in contact with your back and hard things in the background. Objects that will be used frequently should be placed on top.
Take light fabrics and more shorts and shorts. Do not forget to also bring lightweight trousers and a jacket if it suddenly rains or cools. Even in summer, if you are in the woods, it will be cold at night. Sometimes very cold indeed. So, wear warm clothing, socks, cold sweaters, pants and blanket if you do not have sleeping bag.
Always carry at least one bathing suit, as much as you are not going to a place where it is possible to bathe in the sea, river, waterfall or pond, life is made of surprises and you can always come up with a bathing option in an unusual place! Do not miss any experience for lack of proper swimwear!
If you are going to camp, the clothes – above all else – should be comfortable and adapted to the local temperature.
Never forget the flashlight. At my camp I took and even used to shower because the place was dark.
Close The Zipper
Never. Never. Never let the zipper of your tent open. Of course I forgot the zipper of my open tent. And of course a lot of mosquitoes came in. So, whenever you leave the tent, close it. Not just because of the mosquitoes, but other bugs can come in, like in the middle of the night when we were getting ready for bed and we came across a giant cockroach on the roof of the tent.
Always be kind and helpful to people. The environment is always very important in a camping. So do not worry about the patience of the other campers with loud music, shouting and booing. Good camp is quiet camp! Be polite and polite!
Camping is an incredible programming, especially for people of freer soul and adventurous spirit.
I confess I had a certain fear of being very uncomfortable, but when I decided to face the idea of open-air camping the experience only brought me good things.
If you’re like me camping for the first time, I hope these tips have been helpful and have great times. Then share with us in the comments.
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