For those people who live in the cities, suburbs are always much-to-be-longed-for. Amazing scenery, fresh air, an interesting pastime, or a nice company, all this can give you a trip. But if you’re going camping for the first time, you will have to prepare for it seriously.
Looking for an Experienced Company
Above all, you need an experienced company. Such a person can warn you of potential dangers, help you to determine the list of necessary things, and the most important, show you all the beauty of nature. An experienced company, you can find among your friends, acquaintances or search the announcement of believable campaign organization on the Internet.
Learning from Experienced Campers
Of course, you cannot always rely on anyone but yourself. You are able to visit some experienced campers or camping enthusiasts among your acquaintances and learn from them but not just follow them. Not a way is suitable for all persons. Or you can get some campaign sharing from the Internet. And you need to know clearly about your camping site and the weather. All this information you can get from the Internet.
Collecting the Backpack
Depending on the duration of the campaign, you should change the contents of your backpack.
For instance, if you are preparing for a 4 or 5 hours campaign, then you can take a small supply of water (1.5-2 liters), a couple of sandwiches, an umbrella, a flashlight, matches, a camera, and a mobile phone. With these, you can comfortably walk in nature and photograph the local natural attractions.
But if the campaign would last from a few days or a week, you will have to take a significant number of provisions, water, map, extra batteries for your mobile phone and flashlight, tent (as an option, a sleeping bag), a change of clothes and shoes, a gas burner, matches, first aid kit, survival bracelet watch, food, mini camping stove, multi-functional toolkit and more. Usually, such a campaign backpack weighs more than 50 kg. Long trips are designed for more or less experienced people, which is why if you are going camping for the first time, the best option would be to travel for a period of no more than 2 days.
As a camping beginner, you need to find a reliable partner, learn from experienced campers and put the right contents in your backpack. And then, you can start a camping trip (no more than 2 days for the first time).
Contributed by: happierCamping.com foremost experts in Camping and outdoor adventure