The camping experience can be fun and exciting, and can definitely be your getaway from the everyday routine and the common way of life. Primarily, above all, it should be stress-free and relaxing. This is why good preparation is recommended and planning some activities in advance can also be a plus, if you mind not to ruin your spontaneous mind and free spirit. Moreover, it could be more stressful to be somewhere away from home (e.g. in the wilderness) without the necessities you cannot live without. That is why paying attention to searching the most adequate campsite and accommodation type is worth the effort.
Having sorted out all the necessary details, and having managed to complete the packing check-list, it is time to get excited about the upcoming holiday and to explore which activities are available on-site and which additional places should be explored. There might be a long wish list, and too little time, so it is recommended to prioritise them so that your holiday doesn’t get too busy and stressful with an overbooked schedule. So, make a plan ‘B’, just in case of bad weather or similar unfavourable conditions that cannot be predicted in advance or influenced directly when they occur. For example, boat trips should have an alternative plan such as exploring some local places on the coast, in case of strong winds and rough sea conditions. And in such occasions, keep an open mind because usually unexpected events cango beyond expectations and reveal something new and exciting. And above all, spending quality time with your friends and family is very precious, no matter what you do, as long as you are together.