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Safe camping experience for beginners (part 2)

Medical supplies

Camping overnight on the beach or in the woods can be a pleasant experience, but it is also prone to unexpected uncertainty. Some possible scenarios are difficult to foresee. Therefore, take the necessary medications when deciding to sleep overnight in tourist locations. Examples are pain relievers, diarrhea, allergies, wind oils, cotton swabs, bandages, etc. For those of you who have a history of tuberculosis and asthma, you must bring medicine.

Some notes when setting up a tent to sleep overnight

The camping grounds will often have no electricity for lighting, so it is necessary to take advantage of the tent when it is still morning. If the sun is already down at the end of the day, building a tent can be difficult.

Do not forget to bring a flashlight for lighting as well as convenient for traveling. Just in case, each member should bring at least 1 flashlight. If possible, bring extra rechargeable batteries as well.

Sleeping outside can get stung by insects. So before night falls, apply mosquito repellent and wear long pants. Absolutely do not use perfumes or fragrant room sprays to avoid attracting insects.

Camping in secluded places really doesn’t know what might happen to you. For first-time visitors, the best experience for safe camping is to set up tents in popular places, with many other tents. If you only have a group of friends, avoid secluded, creepy areas because it is quite dangerous.

The late-night temperature can drop suddenly, causing immediate pain. To avoid this, bring a warm sleeping bag for your body to keep your sleep smooth.

A safe camping experience for first-time participants is to do personal hygiene at a place at least 100m away to avoid water pollution. You should look for areas with clear streams for convenience but also cool.

Always be civilized when participating in camping anywhere, obey the rules and clean the area before leaving. With strange food, you should stay away because it can be poisonous. You should only bring back foods you know to avoid danger to your health.