The best Options for the Perfect Camping

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Now that the 2020 camping season has officially launched, many have already reserved their places to pitch their tent and are looking forward to their first camping trip of the year. But like any trip, camping requires preparation. Here is the Camping Checklist that you can opt for.

Here are some tips to make your next camping trip a successful outdoor experience

What kind of camping?

Before pitching your tent, you need to determine what kind of camping you want to do. Go for wild camping with a night under the stars or an improved version in accommodation with a minimum of comfort? Do you prefer to sleep in a tent or rather in a yurt? Or in a trailer? There are plenty of options.

Then you can choose from the 950 campgrounds listed by Camping. Depending on the criteria you have established and the comments of Internet users, you will certainly find the ideal location for you. However, there are a number of things that you will have to consider before you go for the same. Here are the things that you need to learn regarding camping.

Have the right equipment

Then you have to think about the equipment and material to bring when camping. The easiest way is to go through a professional, who will be able to list the things you will need depending on your stay for you.

Camping equipment will not be the same for everyone, depending on the camping method you choose and where you are going, you will have different needs.

Then come more practical considerations like the weight of the equipment, the cost etc. We advise you to always test what is testable before leaving. If your stove does not light up or your inflatable mattress has a hole in it, you better find out before you get to your site. Also here is the Camping Packing List.

Meal planning

Pay special attention to meals. Schedule them as needed. Think about the tastes of all campers; who loves what, who hates what, does anyone have allergies? Making a list is the best way not to forget anything. Take bags or containers to leave nothing behind and have a good green reflex. 

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Some precautions

The location

If you have a choice of location, take a flat location, remove pebbles and branches. Avoid pitching your tent under a tree, in the event of a thunderstorm, you would be in danger.

Campfire

Please note: not all camps allow campfires. If allowed, clean around within two meters to create a safe zone. At the end of the fire, do not leave it unattended, extinguish it completely.

Waste

Safety tip: wrap your food waste so as not to attract wild animals that have an extremely well-developed sense of smell. You can hang them high up in a tree.Finally, when you leave, be sure to leave the campsite as clean as you found it. Have a good campsite.