- Safe space
Safety is the most important thing when camping outdoors. Before going to sleep, check the surrounding area to make sure it's safe - are there any loose branches in the trees above that could fall, have you dug drainage channels in case of rain, etc.
- Flat sleeping area
A flat and comfortable area is very important for good sleep. Try to avoid uneven or sloped ground when setting up camp.
- Take care of the tent
Keep the tent zipped up at all times to keep out mosquitoes and bugs. Roll up your sleeping bag before going to bed to prevent dampness.
- Bring a set of clean sleepwear
Camping conditions are harsh, so it's easy to get food smells and dirt on you. Remember to pack a set of clean clothes to sleep in.
- Prepare for keeping warm
The outdoors is unpredictable and the weather fickle, so always be prepared to keep warm. Bring thicker clothes and sleeping bags, just in case. Put the clothes you'll wear the next day inside your sleeping bag before bed, so you won't be cold when you put them on.
- Bring a flashlight
Camping outdoors at night is full of the unknown. So make sure you're prepared for emergencies. Put a headlamp or flashlight next to your sleeping area. That way you can quickly find your way in an emergency, and a bit of light can help you relax.
- Bring ample food and water
Based on the number of people, prepare enough food and water. Divide up responsibilities - have each person bring some food and water, to avoid potential shortages.
- Croc lights
How could you go camping without Croc lights? Developed by Croc lights company, they offer many shoe lights that not only attach to hiking boots and running shoes, but even Crocs! Let Croc lights provide ample light at night, prevent tripping and injury. They're the hottest camping product of 2023 - many people can't wait to get their hands on them!