Backpacking Travel Tips From the Travel Experts

Good camping advices:

  •  Entering the tent wearing shoes is a taboo. It should always be left outside when you walk into the tent.
  •  In the company of three people – it is better to separate the fire into two smaller ones.
  • Remember that rope is one of the best friends of a tourist and should always be in the pocket.
  • The fire must be kept away from the tents so that random wind will not hit a spark and burn a tent.
  • Do not take liquid fuel for a hike it can spill.
  • It is not difficult to find a penknife – be sure to buy yourself one. Cutting down firewood is still easier with a knife or an ax, rather than by hands.
  • If there are no pans, then some alternative to it can be made from an ordinary tin can.

  • Try to dress in bright clothes, use bright colors. Unsightly objects (handles of axes, knives and the like) can be painted with bright colors in stripes or solid colors. That way it’s easier to find them
  • Light-colored clothing attracts fewer mosquitoes.
  • If there is no hat, you can tie a shirt over your head.
  • Do not rush to apply a repellent that would not be advertised.
  • What scares the mosquitoes? The aroma of cloves, basil, eucalyptus and aniseed, tobacco smoke, and valerian are an answer to your worries.
  • There is no particular need to break right in the thick bushes and forests. Look for more convenient input.
  • Forget the shorts.
  • Everyone should have their own pen-knife or a sheath.
  • Get ready the night before, in the morning doing it is extremely hard.
  • Everyone should have their own flashlight and a set of batteries for them.
  • The best fork is a spoon. Do not take the forks (unless it is a universal set of knife-fork-spoon).
  • Divide things in a backpack into individual convolutions. Always neatly fold everything.
  • If the label came off of a tin or they all got wet and slipped all the labels, it does not matter … shall be determined that will help in marking: letter “P” stands for – canned fish, “K” – vegetables, “M” – meat and dairy. And you can pre-sign a marker for the drive.
  • When packing a backpack, do not forget the “vector” laying the closer-to-back, the softer, lower – the more rarely reach for things.
  • If you take extra clothes (in most cases, but there is an exception), we note that it is temporary, and will allow time to dry, fix your basic clothing. At the very least do not go naked.
  • Take the trouble to find some potassium permanganate. It may happen that you have to disinfect the water.
  • Take a couple of candles.
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