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    Being prepared for your camping trip

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    Being prepared for your camping trip


    Are you thinking about taking a camping trip? If so, there is a lot that needs to be planned and considered. Not only do you need to make sure that your camping trip is full of fun and adventure, but you also need to ensure you pack carefully and have a safe trip. With that being said, read on to discover some top tips on being prepared for your camping trip.

    Tips on being prepared for your camping trip

    • Book your trip using a UK travel company – No matter whether your trip is taking place in the UK or overseas, it is important to book via a UK travel company. This is vital because it means that if anything goes wrong, you need to be covered by UK law. Things can quickly get complicated if you sustain an injury, and you are attempting to secure compensation from an overseas-based company.
    • Make a list of everything you need – There are a lot of things you are going to need to take with you when going on a camping trip. This will depend on what is provided to you by the camping company, so discover this first. After this, make a list of everything you may need, from food and cooking gear to clothes and toiletries. You also need all of the essentials, such as rope and tarps.
    • Make sure you pack light – This may seem ironic considering we have just advised you to make a list of everything you need. Nevertheless, it is important to be efficient. You don’t want your luggage to be weighing you down. If you are staying at a camping site, you may have access to laundry facilities and such like.
    • Act with caution throughout your trip – Camping is filled with adventures. You need to be careful during your trip, otherwise you could end up sustaining an injury. If you act with rashness or use equipment in a way it is not meant to be used, you could hurt yourself, which can not only bring your camping trip to an abrupt end but could mean that you are out of action for quite some time.
    • Take out travel insurance – Last but not least, if you are going abroad, it is important to take out travel insurance. This will cover you should your travel be delayed, there be any problems with your luggage getting there, or you require medical attention.

    Claim with Accident Advice Helpline

    No matter how much care you have taken in being prepared for your camping trip, accidents can occur sometimes. If you have been involved in one, and it wasn’t your fault, call us on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.

    Category: Camping accident claims

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