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Must haves while camping

After a lot of research, we’ve come up with a few of the best camping hacks you’ll ever need to know. I’m sure everyone can relate to when you wished you had known the hack for getting a fire started or simply trying to keep it from going off, well the best option here is to carry nachos or maybe a few packs of chips and just add it in the fire. The oil on them helps in getting the wood-burning. 

Pillow

Space while packing is such a big problem and in all that imagine trying to stuff a pillow in your bag. Impossible right? Have you ever thought that you could just carry a pillow cover and by filling a few of your clothes in it ‘voila’ your pillows ready.

Light 

 A lot of campers who love to sleep with a light on. Imagine you got a lamp like light in your very own tent. Would be awesome, wouldn’t it? You can simply wrap your head lamp around a clear bottle with the light facing inwards and turn it on. And now you have your night lamp ready. 

Mosquitoes 

Ever heard of the plant sage? It’s the best mosquito repellent, you’ll find. Place it in your campfire and forget about any pesky mosquitoes. 

Trench

If you know it’s going to rain, and don’t want your tent to flood, then the best option you have is to dig a trench around your tent and an outlet downhill. So even if it rains you are safe in your tent.

Fire 

Getting a fire started, you might think this is the most difficult element while camping. However it’s not, you just need to have the right equipment and follow the steps. You have to simply find the right kind of wood. Mostly a log or two of dry wood with a few small twigs should help you start the fire after which you have to keep fueling the fire with wood at brief intervals. If there’s rain or snow then you have to make sure you take a fire starter along to avoid any kind of fire-related problems. 

There are a lot of things to be added in this list and the continuation of this will feature soon. Feel free to comment what you think should be added.

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