Summer is one of the best seasons to experience some adventure and many people prefer to go for hiking, trekking and camping during this season. The best thing about this season is there is not much to do, the school is over, you get several days off and all you need to do is have fun piling up some gear on your car and head back to your favorite destination to have some adventure.
However, when you decide to opt for a warm weather camping into the jungle, there are a few things you surely need to consider. Take a look –
- Use of Warm Lights to Keep Bugs away – Nothing kills excitement like bugs do. And no one would like these annoying bugs poking their noses on such a wonderful camp night. You should ensure that you avoid bright lights as they attract bugs. Rather, go for warm lights to keep bugs away from your campsite. And if you are worried about the mosquitoes, use mosquito repellent creams as there is no other way you can avoid these little monsters.
- Keep Your Food and Drinks Cold – Summer can be brutal and you know it! If you do not take measures to keep your drinks and food cold, it can turn out to be gross and inedible; which eventually may turn out to be dangerous for your health too. And as nothing ruins a fun camping more than food poisoning, you should use some tactics to keep your food and drinks cold. To do that, you can simply invest in some high-quality icebox or portable fridge.
- Examine Your Campsite Properly before Setting up the Camp – Not only in summer but whenever you are setting up a camp, you should always examine the place appropriately. There are a few things you need to remember before unpacking. Such as
- Try to make out when the sun will be amid in the afternoon, Because you need to put up the camp where there is a shade.
- Look for any ant’s nest nearby. If there is one, avoid setting up the camp there.
- Remember not to set up a camp near huge trees. Keep distance.
- Bring A Lot Of Water With You – You need to remember that water can be an issue wherever you are setting up the camp. You may not get enough water for your survival or whatever you find, you may not find it suitable enough for use. Therefore, bring as much as water as you can to the campsite. And even if you think you have too much water, try to use the minimum amount of water as you can.
- Plan Your Days – Your summer camping should not be spontaneous. Remember to keep it pre-planned. Go for hiking, fishing, trekking and swimming early during the day. But make sure that you have planned everything beforehand. Take rest after you come back from your adventure. In the evening, have fun while cooking dinner, playing music and with night games. The idea is to stay safe all the time.