Camping Tips in Tourism Spot
25 Jun 2013 14:23:00
Camping has become one of the exciting activities, especially camping in a tourist attraction that offers a very enchanting natural beauty. It will certainly make you feel comfortable to linger to enjoy the camping activity. Although camping is synonymous with outdoor activities, do not think that you can be free to do anything. You should also keep the environment around the camp. In addition, there are some tips that you can do to camp in tourism spot:
Before you decide to camp, first look for information about attractions you plan to visit. Make sure these attractions have campsite facilities. Security and ambient temperature at the location you should also find out in order for you to camp comfortably later.
After finding a suitable location, you can find info about camping rules in the location. Read carefully the applicable rules. You also need to know whether you need to pay or not for camping at the site because there are several attractions requiring visitors to pay to use the campsite. If it is required to pay, you can prepare a separate fund for it.
Bring camping gear
Bring camping gear after getting adequate camping location. Choose a nice tent to use. Good tents have a solid form and not perforated. Also adjust other equipment with camp site conditions. You can bring a jacket and sleeping bag if your camp site is cold. If the weather is friendly, you can bring the mat as bedding. As a precaution, take flysheet. Flysheet is useful to cover the top of the tent when it rains so the water does not get into the tent.
Bring necessary items
Bringing camping gear alone can fulfill your bag. Bring only necessary goods so you will not rush yourself. Surely you are not camping alone right? You can share items with other friends to make yours lighter.
Drink flowing water
Water is an essential requirement, especially when camping. Running out of water supplies is a natural thing happened when camping. If on the camp site there is no water source, you can choose other sources of water. Try to take flowing water, like a river. Do not take water from the lake or pond where the water is not flowing. This is to avoid stomach diseases, such as diarrhea.
Keep the environment
Do not throw litter on a camping trip which would pollute the environment around where you are camping. You can collect the waste you produce in a plastic bag containers that have been prepared in advance. Camping does not mean to leave traces of litter, right?