Packing list for a camping
For all people who love nature and want to experience camping overnight, it's always a question that what should they do. However, knowing what equipment you should take for camping overnight are obvious, always studying, reading and raising your awareness about the nature that you are going to stay in, will be useful for you before entering that nature. After reading this article, you can safely pack all the stuff you need because you will not drop anything.
Knowing exactly what you need for a one-day trip and camping overnight is sometimes hard to come by. Especially if you spend your first camping experience. Also, depending on nature you enter and the various situations that you may experience, there are a lot of things in the market.
You must know all your travel conditions. Do you travel alone or you want to join a group in your nature iran tour? Do you go into nature near the road with access to the cities, or go into a wild world away from the cities?
Are there dangerous animals in the area you are entering, or are the mosquitoes are going to be the most dangerous and terrible thing you should deal with?
Will you spend only one night in the tent or are you thinking of a few days trip to iran ecotourism places? In any case, it's a common issue for people who it’s their first enter time in nature and is thinking of camping overnight. Also, nothing can hurt you more than your heavy backpack while walking! However, you need to be able to remove your essential items so you do not have to worry about the smallest problems.
That's why knowing the necessities of camping is important overnight. So, Read them. Then adapt according to your taste and the things you have or the conditions you are going through. It is a matter of priority that you must ultimately identify the equipment’s you need.
Unlike other trips that you can go to the nearest store in iran tourism, if you forget something or need something, experiencing Eco-tourism is only dependent on your packaging skill requirements. This pack list includes all the essential things you need to travel safely and calmly:
Where to sleep; clothes and sleeping equipment
Sleeping bag: A sleeping bag is the most essential camping equipment. If you do not have a good Sleeping bag, you will end up in cold and uncomfortable nights. Some Sleeping bag makes you mummified and very tight, especially if you're used to sleeping in the abdomen or on your side, you may spend a difficult night in this sleeping bag model. Some sleeping bags give you the feeling of sleeping in your bed to sleep in a bag, these models don’t have zippers, instead of that, they have pockets to put your hand and arm so you can completely cover yourself, as well as the air conditioning valve to get the temperature adjusted.
Sleeping ground cloth (for backpackers): Some sleeping ground cloth are specially designed for four seasons and make you feel relaxed even on the rocky surfaces, and after that, they have been packed as the size of a bottle of water and weighed about 220 grams.
Pillow: After spending a long day in the woods, you want to put your head on a soft cloth. There are 60 grams of travel pillows that you can put in your pocket when it is empty. These pillows are soft and polystyrene coated. If you have more space in your backpack, you can also use more comfortable pillows. Most of the existing models are anti-perspiration, vacuumed with three tails, and they can be empty in less than a minute.
Tent: Unless you want to sleep under the stars, otherwise the traveling tent is necessary. Select a tent that you can open and close easily.
Chairs: Relaxing, eating, and sitting around the fire feels better if you’re not sitting on the floor. Folding travel seats open and close easily and occupy little space.
Which clothes are suitable for camping?
Let's remember that depending on the season, we have to put different clothes on a backpack. In nature, we do not need more than two t-shirts, but if there is a chance of precipitation, we will put three t-shirts on camping equipment. Always have the chance of getting wet or damaged by clothes on a natural trip.
Then add two pants, two t-shirts, two mantoes, sunglasses or wool hat (depending on the season) and two underwear to the camping equipment. If the weather is cold, let's take gloves or scarves. Comfortable walking shoes and slippers or sandals are also important parts of camping equipment.
What to eat; Food and Drink
When we think about camping equipment, we should not forget the food. In the heart of the desert or the forest, it's less likely to find a restaurant, so it's better to buy food in the nearest city to our destination.
It's not a good idea to take canned food, depending on the number of days that we are supposed to stay in nature. Of course, remember that you should boil canned foods to avoid food poisoning. Having the cooking equipment is also a very good idea. A spoon, fork and a multi-task knife can help with cooking in nature and take a little space. We also need spices and oil for cooking.
No passenger is unaware of the role of a teapot and black tea or instant coffee. A set of the pot, pan, and kettle is a necessity especially if you are addicted to tea or coffee. Some camping equipment is not obligatory, but they make traveling more attractive. First of all, we have to turn the fire on with something, so we get a gel and lighters with ourselves.
Camping gas: These ovens include a folding gas, a bag, a lighter and a special emergency kit.
Cups: Flexible and lightweight silicone mugs are the best choices you can make hot drinks without burning your hands.
Bottle of water: If you go camping trips where you do not have access to drinking water, keeping the water cold is more important than the quality of your water. Insulating bottles are the best choice.
GPS and compass: Having a compass and a GPS, and also a map of the essentials of a nature tour trip to route.
Flashlight: Some flashlight models hold up to 35 hours of charge that you can put it on a backpack, hang like a lamp from a tent or turn on the path.
Solar Charger: If you can’t be away from technology even in your Eco-tour, you can use a solar charger to charge your mobile phone and other devices. Even if you don't want to use your mobile phone, it's also very useful at times of emergency because it has a LED light, whistle, and compass inside itself.
First aid box: Do not go camping without first aid boxes.
Hygiene and cosmetics
Wipes: If you do not have access to a shower or bath, there are wet wipes designed for dry baths. The best type of these handkerchiefs is a scented and anti-allergic handkerchief.
Dry shampoo: A small dish of dry shampoo also helps you remove sweat, odor, and dirt without water.
Hand disinfectants: cleaning is very important during hiking camping, especially if you do not have access to a clean water source to wash your hands. Using hand disinfectants before eating, preparing food and using the bathroom is essential.
Toothbrush & toothpaste: Be sure to use drinking water during brushing. There are a variety of toothbrushes and toothpicks available on the market.
Other Items you need to pack
Trash: Always pour your garbage in a bag and throw it away.
Sunscreens and Insect Bite Ointments: Some companies offer a product that contains anti-sunscreen and anti-bite ointment simultaneously.
So, if we want to make a final checklist for all equipment you need for camping, here it is:
- thermos/ water filter
- versatile knife
- pancake cube
- ID card
Staying out for the night
- Sleeping bag
- ground cloth
- head light
- Fire Starter
- Plate & Spoon & Knife & Mug
- Coffee maker
- Trash Bags & Freezer Bags
- Dish washing Liquid and Scrub Sponge
- Frying pan, Kettle
- warm clothes or jackets
- trouser heater
- raincoat or poncho
- hat or head wear
- slippers or sandals
- paper tissue
- first aid kit
- special medication if you are taking them
- disinfectant spray
- lip softener
- Charger Lighter
- Power Bank
- Waterproof Bag
- Car Power Switch to Urban Electricity
- Game Cards
- Board Games
- Desert Shower
- Water Guns
- Pen & Paper