This article aims at reminding you what you must carry or plan for on your camping experience in Uganda
- Set up and test camping equipment. Check that the tent is waterproof.
- Keep your feet on the ground. Pack extra ground sheets for extra protection when camping.
- “Breathe” the tent. Camping units should be properly ventilated to avoid condensation.
- Maintain vigor
- Open the tent vents needed to circulate fresh air.
- Check the weather on a regular basis.
- If you want to change the order during your stay, pack accordingly. Nothing is worse than being away from home and not being prepared!
- Bring a variety of plastic bags in various shapes and sizes to protect your belongings from getting wet and to store wet shoes and clothing.
- When putting up your tent, keep it dry.
- If you need to set up a tent in the rain, keep your luggage in a protected place or in your car. Keep wet things out of your living space.
- Make sure everyone in the group wears shoes that are easily removable from the pouch or sunshade. This keeps wet footprints away from the living space.
- Waterproof jackets and trousers are essential in bad weather. You can go outside without getting wet. If you want to lighten your luggage, you can also use the rain jacket as an additional layer on cold nights.
- Bring a lot of socks and keep them dry enough to wear
- If you need to set up a tent in the rain, keep your luggage in a protected place or in your car. Keep wet things out of your living space
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