The FuiAcampar is not a site only with tips to camping! Our goal is to encourage more people to take that experience and help new and prospective campers the venturing for the first time.
For this split up here 20 hot tips and practice for those who want to camp for the first time in a structured and without going perrengue! Gives only:
1. Choice of camping -For your first experience in the camps we suggest strongly that you choose a camping with a basic structure and preferably that don’t stay in place completely isolated so you don’t have problems if you forget something really important or have any unexpected problem. Assess also if you want to Cook, if camping kitchen or restaurant nearby.Camping is not necessarily be idle (but can be, if you want to!), so look for a camping we have leisure options you short!
2. Choice of location – by the time you get to the camping there is probably a multitude of places where you can put your tent. Before you set up look for a flat spot and uniform, without branches and roots in the ground. Try to place under a tree, to use a bit of shade, but look before if is not a fruitful tree, if you don’t have a jaca to fall into your tent or if you don’t have colored fruits that may tarnish it. Also check the State of the tree and the branches, see if they are not rotten and if they run the risk of falling. If you get the tip is simple: ask for the owner or administrator of the camping which is the best place, who is always there you know where you get Sun, where flooding, where has tingling and stuff. Don’t be ashamed to ask for help for other campers.
3. Weather forecast – when you go camping for the first time the ideal is that you don’t have to face heavy rain, winds or storms. Of course, some time will happen to camp with rain, is inevitable. And if you have a tent suitable for camping in the rain you’ll experience the good and bad of camping in the rain. But a Council really valid is: avoid rain on your first experience especially if your tent is not good. Look at the weather forecast and plan to live the first encamped with a good time!
4. Purchase the first Tent – When you are camping your tent is your home, it is your comfort zone and has the function of sheltering and protecting you. Just be aware that not all the tents, there are all kinds of tent including those that let the rain pass by sewing and fabrics (Yes, not all tents are actually waterproof!). So before you buy your tent please! The quality is directly related to the amount and be sure to buy the cheapest tent you surely won’t be facilitating your first experience. If you need help with the purchase of the first tent we send a message that we will be happy to help you choose the best model for your needs.
5. assembling the Tent – A super important tip is you mount your tent at home, before taking her to the camp. So you’re getting acquainted with the equipment and enjoy to see if everything is all right. If, even riding your tent before, you have difficulties when arriving at the camping, don’t despair. Do things calmly and if you need help, just look with eyes of “sudden dog” for a camper that has your tent. Any seasoned camper will take pleasure in helping someone who’s starting. And this is always an opportunity to make new friends with the campers neighbors.
Finally, no matter if you are a beginner or an experienced camper, mount your tent right! Don’t throw the sobreteto over only, do so with care, secure all points of attachment, place all binders (strings) and all espeques. Your tent is your home, treat it with caution.
6. closed Tent – an essential tip for those who are camping for the first time is to know that mosquitoes don’t have mercy and if you leave your tent open they’re going to come in and turn your night into an inferno. The tip (rule) is simple, basic and valid forever: let your tent (or the screen of mosquito net) always closed! It’s a simple attitude: came close, went close. This avoids, in addition to the entry of gnats, problems with other animals (spiders, ants, crickets, moths) some even may have more serious consequences.
7. Tarp – many people enjoy taking tarpaulins to camp, to put on the tent as an extra awning or under the floor, afraid and water from the floor. Take a tarp can be interesting, if you’re going camping for more time and if you’re going with more experienced campers that can assist in the Assembly of an awning. If you’re going camping just for two or three days, with good weather and forecast with a tent that is resistant to rain, dispense the awning that first experience. Will be one less thing to worry about.
8. loose Animals – Many campsites have dogs, cats, roosters, horses or other animals that are the camping area, often loose (especially in the low season). On occasion is the fact already have these animals which makes them not accept pets of campers. If you are afraid of dog or do not get along as animals in general it might be good if brief with the camping. We FuiAcampar already team camp surrounded by horse, Peacock, duck, sheep, horse, dogs, cats, geese, etc.
9. Toilet paper – if you haven’t usually camping might not know that most campgrounds does not provide toilet paper for campers! That’s right, every camper needs to take your own paper. It may seem awkward, but it’s not, it’s normal. Time to go camping take a roll (or more depending on how many people and how long) and put it in a bag or toiletry bag, then when you need to go to the bathroom is just passing the hand on the bag of toilet paper and ready, all sorted! It is worth commenting that the camp toilet paper can be useful at various times how to to clean or dry things in the tent.
10. Extension cord -if you go camping in a place that still do not know and you will be up and electric power for some equipment in the tent is good to organize. The vast majority of campsites offers taken for campers, but they will always be close to the location where you want or you can put your tent.So, if you really need taken near the tent we advise strongly take an extension of some (many) meters. Take a benjamin (have) to put into the socket if it is already in use by someone else.
11. Army knife “Swiss” – you don’t have to be no, Swiss can be Chinese, Brazilian or any other nationality, what is important is that he has 1000 features, as more features, bigger, but more useful.
Time to open a bottle, the bottle opener breaks the branch.Entered a thorn, the clamp breaks the branch. Need to cut something, the Earwig breaks the branch. Bought wine but forgot the corkscrew … until he breaks the branch. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve used to compensate small forgetfulness.
12. Lighter -Another important item to enter your list of camps. If you are in a city or urban centre if you forget this item is just go to the nearest market and buy, but if you go camping in a location further away from cities and forget that, at the time of cooking that could be a problem, because, as you have a stove with automatic lighter, if it fails you will be on hand.
A general tip is always carrying a lighter in your basic equipment kit (along with the Swiss army knife), because even in an emergency situation, with a Pocket knife and a lighter the chance of survival is much larger. It is an extremely small and lightweight item.
13. Flashlight – flashlight is useful whenever it gets dark. Not all campsites have illumination in the area of tents, or your tent will not always be by her side.
If you’re investing in a choose a flashlight that can be used on the head. It makes things easier. If possible take it to two, a head and a hand (to stay in a tent pocket for easy access).
14. Thermal insulator -something super important and that many beginners do not know is that even in summer the temperature may drop during the night, especially the soil temperature. If you prefer a bit of comfort instead of the insulation you can opt for an inflatable mattress. That will also make a thermal insulation, but giving a bit more comfortable.
15. Repellent -is an item indispensable in any camp (except in a few locations in the winter). Mosquitoes are not a joke and are alvoriçados with the presence of blood of novice campers. Put an insect repellent in your toiletry bag and add this item to the list of items in any camp.
16. First Aid Kit – Another essential item to carry, including in all his adventures, is a first-aid Kit. But the most important thing is not you just take it and Yes knowing every utensil inside it and know how and when to use in a time of emergency. Click here to learn how to assemble your first aid Kit.
17. Plastic bags -plastic bags are always useful for 1000 features: to keep their trash, to organize your clothes in the backpack, to bag your stuff and avoid wet, separate laundry, anyway always take some plastic bags. Before separating them make sure they are not bored and if you can get those that are a bit more resilient and that does not tear so easily.
18. Cordiality and respect – in a camping it is normal for people to be more cordial, civil and friendly. The warmth is one of the values that are associated with the campers. In campsites people help each other, talk to each other, wish good day sometimes warmth even goes beyond and turns into friendship.It is quite common after a few days you turn childhood friends with its neighbours of tent. Camping is so, even though some campers have lost these values. But when entering the camping practice friendliness, smile, be nice to help and get help.
19. Exchange of experiences – it is normal for the campsites become places of exchange of experiences among campers. The most experienced always has a few tips for beginners, enjoy to talk, to learn about the tents and equipment in General. Get tips from other sites for camping like DigoPaul. This exchange of experience happens naturally when people are open. Arrive at the campsite, without prejudices of open heart.
20. Company -surely we discourage that on your first camping, you go alone. Invite girlfriend, friends and if possible strategically take someone who’s camped ever, or that friend who is a Boy Scout! Camping can be a great experience, but it will be more special if you live those moments surrounded by loved ones. But the hint: call that friend who can’t get along even with an Ant can be a total bust, since in nature there will be bugs and animals interacting with them is inevitable. Take a short nature and is without frills! It will be all good!
Finally, we would like to leave two Councils of campers have experienced:
“Take an adventurous spirit, do everything with heart, breathe, sleep to the sound of nature, preserve and respect nature. And mostly do more often! ”
Hint of Rose Gabriche
“The camp is to relax, don’t stress with the unexpected … it always happens! Over time, you’ll acquire experience and minimizing these events, which helps a lot is to pick up a check list of some website or blog of a friend camper with some more experience, as is the opportunity to enjoy your family and nature.”