Tent camping is a pleasant alternative to pricey vacations. However, for tent camping to be convenient, there are some things that you need to bring along and to understand. If you read further below, I’m pretty sure you’ll learn a lot of information on how to make camping a comfortable and enjoyable experience.
Tent camping requires you to equip yourself with the correct equipment, food, clothing and other practical tools of modern life. Here is a list of camping essentials that you should never go without.
Tents must have screens and windows as these allow you to see the outside of your tent and guard yourselves from insects and other animals in the wild.
Sleeping bags, air mattress, pump or camp pads. If you want to wake up without suffering from an aching back, you need one or a lot of of these things. These sleeping items will defend your back from the tough surface of the ground that could lead to a miserable painful back and body the next day.
Lantern, Fuel, Flashlights, extra batteries. Of course you will need fuel and light. Just make sure that you keep them in safe places to shelter them from getting wet or lost.
First aid kit. You may personalize your kit depending on your needs. Don’t forget to take in insect repellants and cut and scrape medicines. This is one of the most essential tools that you need to create a comfortable camping experience.
Other tent camping supplies include:
Ground cover and tarps
Ropes or twines
Carpet for front of tent
Soap and other bathing essentials
When you’re tent camping either with your friends or family, one of most worthy things that will make your experience a memorable one is having the proper food. And the talentto cook and prepare it properly. Here is a list of kitchen essentials that you should take with you on your camping trips:
Portable cooking stove. Don’t forget the fuel canisters and matches that must be sealed in a plastic bag
Camp chairs, folding tables, plates and mugs, can opener and other cooking and eating utensils.
Water supplies (Cooler and water bottles for hiking.
Non perishable food stored in a zip-locked plastic or plastic container.
Being away from civilization does not necessarily mean that you should strip yourself from the right to be entertained. However, during a camping vacation, entertainment may be a bit modified to be appropriate your environment. Here are some things that you may want to bring with you:
Wildlife identification books
Cards, pencils and papers
Tent camping should be entertaining, not boring nor should it cause discomfort. Otherwise, it will defeat the whole purpose of “enjoying” and “relaxing” on your vacation. Aside from these guidelines creativity is also a key. Think of activities that you could do day-in and day-out, rain or shine. Set up your vacation in advance so that you will have much time to anticipate and prepare your needs.