This year is different from any other year as coronavirus pandemic changed the trajectory of our lives totally. We are forced to stay at home for a long time. And even if the blockade has been lifted, we are required to pay more attention to social distance, safety, and hygiene issues while going to public places or doing any other activities.
The good news is that with the gradual opening of campsites, camping trips, then, seem to become a much safer choice for people, which can enjoy nature and without having too much contact with the crowd.
1. RELAX, REDUCE MENTAL STRESS
Hiking in the mountain, sit around the campfire, sleeping under the starry sky...The serenity of the wilderness can allow one to have quiet meditation and peace of mind.
2. UNPLUG, ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS WITH YOUR FAMILY
Camping is a great way to break away from electronic products, and focus more on spending quality time with your family and friends and help you get a healthier family bond, just as YTR says: OUTDOOR IT, BRING LOVE.
3. REDUCE PHYSICAL STRESS
Walking, hiking or a slow jog is a great form of aerobic exercise. These exercises can help improve circulation, can strengthen, and pump up the heart. There are other health benefits to a camping trip too, such as boost the level of Vitamin D in the body, Improve the ability to sleep, reduce physical stress...
But even if camping is a relatively safe way to travel, it does not mean that it is completely safe. If you decide to pull out the tent and go camping with your family this summer, you have to know these tips for a safer camping trip.
- Avoid the go those known coronavirus hotspots
- Choose solo camping or camping with your family and friends
- Keep away from crowded areas
- Keep social distance
- Clean and sanitize your temporary home
- Always keep wearing a face mask in public
- Pack hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes
Hope you can have a safer camping trip during the weekends, try camping out, and experience firsthand the many health benefits of camping at the same time enjoy the beauty of nature.