If you had to spend the night outdoors and could only pack one thing, what would it be?
There are a million different answers to this question as everyone has their own interpretation of what is ‘essential’ for a short or long-haul camping trips.
Before writing a checklist, take a moment to consider what items are important to you to ensure your holiday is one to remember.
Here are three different types of campers to inspire you and your pack.
It’s obvious when you come across a first-time camper because they tend to forget the most basic items on the list such as toilet paper or a pillow. To ensure you have all bases covered and can camp with confidence, we have put together a checklist of important items to keep you safe.
One of the perks of camping is that it forces you to step out of your comfort zone and explore the great outdoors. Some campers prefer to soak up the scenery while others like to spend their time sightseeing on day trips. If you’re a camper who can’t sit still, check out our Adventurer Rescue Swag first aid kit, specifically designed for those who enjoy spending time off-grid.
There’s nothing wrong with wanting to include a few luxuries on your camp, and by luxuries we don’t just mean a hot shower. If setting up a TV, laptop, portable fridge, or projector screen next to your tent is a priority, then maybe it’s safe to call yourself a glamper. Sometimes packing a few luxuries from home can make your trip more comfortable but try not to overpack as you will just create more work for yourself.
No matter what type of camper you are— your number one priority should be to prepare for the unexpected.
There’s nothing worse than being stuck in an emergency situation and not having the gear at hand or the ability to call for help. To ensure you and your family are safe always travel with a first aid kit.