Are you prepared for the unexpected on your camping trip?
Camping in the wild is always exciting, fun and in the majority of cases it can be a lifetime experience, but are you prepared for the unexpected?
Always Stay Calm
The first thing you need to do on a survival situation is to stay calm at all times. Avoiding panic will help you make better decisions and analyze the situation with much more clarity. If you can stay calm and take a logical approach at unexpected situations, you’ll have better and faster chances of getting out of it.
Study And Analyze The Surroundings
Find A Clean Water Source
One of the most important things in a survival situation is to find water. In average, a human being can live without water for 48 hours only, which is why it is important to maintain yourself hydrated as much as you can.
Look For Food
Finding food is very important to obtain energy, and animals are a great source of protein. If you find yourself in a survival situation, always look for places where you can find animals that you can catch and eat, such as rivers or lakes for example.
Create A Fire
Nights in the wild can get cold, so keeping warm is also very important. By creating a fire you can stay warm and dry at night, and also cook any animals you have managed to catch for eating purposes.
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