Things to Avoid While Camping
Things to Avoid When Camping
Planning an escape to go camping is the best way to solve the devastating weariness from all the things that surround you: The daily routine, the same people over and over again, the cars making their daily noise, the stress of people taking your patience to the limit, the pressures that are more constant every day, and other terrifying elements of the life you lead. It’s okay to stop from time to time, breathe, and dare to go on an adventurous trip.
Going camping is the answer, and the best part of it is that it is not extremely necessary to have a large capital to carry out an adventure; going camping is cheaper and easier than you think. The only drawback is that if you have never camped, you can make mistakes in your decisions.
Follow some basic recommendations:
- Don’t travel with too much luggage.
- Never try to light a campfire with garbage, plastic, or fuel. You can’t control the fire this way and may cause an accident.
- Do not set your tent too close to the campfire. Although it is promoted in postcards or tourist magazines, this romantic image is not recommended.
Look for a site free of branches, rocks, and leaves. We always try to set our camping in beautiful places, but that soon results in spaces that are not stable or can be affected by the increase of the rivers and lakes.
- Do not disturb the landscape too much, let alone with trash. Collect all your waste, disassemble the fire and make sure not to leave any burning ember.
Get only high-quality equipment. We do not want to suffer a mishap or put ourselves in danger just because the tent broke the first night.
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