Sometimes, when you go on holiday, comfort can be too familiar. You can book hotels only so many times before you realise that each one is just a variation of the other – air conditioned rooms, flat screen TVs, double beds, linens with serious thread counts, fully stocked mini-bars, swimming pools, restaurants, room service. While staying in these accommodations can range from basic to luxurious and you will no doubt get adequate rest and utmost convenience, there are times when you want to get something more out of your much-deserved trip. Perhaps, the next time you and your family or a group of friends plan to travel to a different part of the world, you can consider getting up close and personal to Mother Nature herself – and there’s no better way to accomplish this than to plan a camping trip.
Of course, for any camping trip to be successful, you need to know important details about the location you plan to visit before you pack your bags and head off with the gang. Doing so can save you from the troubles of forgetting to pack important implements or planning activities that may not be allowed. Here are things you need to inquire about at your selected camping venue. Revdanda Beach Camping
Check the facilities.
First and foremost, you need to establish whether you are only allowed to set up tents on the site or if recreational vehicles or caravans are allowed on the camping ground. It can also help to know if the exclusive beach camping site you choose offers a set-up campsite that you can rent if you don’t have tents.
Ask about fires.
Of course, camping wouldn’t be complete without starting a roaring fire, but do check with the site for their specific rules about fires. Most will provide each campsite with its own fireplace and have firewood and fire-starters available for sale. Take care not to build fires anywhere except in the spaces provided, and always have an adult supervising your fire at all times.
Know the activities offered.
Campsites are great places to take nature walks, go swimming, fishing, kayaking, or simply relaxing by the beach. You can also explore nearby sites that may have shops, restaurants or other attractions. But since you’re out camping, one of the best experiences would be to encounter wildlife. Most camping sites have wildlife creatures such as kangaroos, kookaburras, possums, parrots, dolphins, bandicoots and goannas – you surely won’t see any of these adorable creatures in a hotel!