Impacts of Camping

gcl6jcb1r9g-justin-luebkeCamping is the only way that I can be as close to nature as possible. Camping breaks the barriers of walls and the stay in a flimsy shelter in the cradle of nature is the ultimate high for nature lovers. The wilderness beckons like a beacon and the mind crave freedom and silence. The breath of freshness that comes in the wake of a great camp in the midst of lush greenery and the vast outdoors is a balm to the weary body and jaded mind. I am a great believer in the adage that “nature is the best healer”. I love to plan camping tours but have had disastrous ones at a couple of instances. Plan well to avoid disappointment has become my mantra especially when I was planning a camping trip Kerala.
There is always someone in the group who is plagued by mosquitoes or finds the amenities too basic or the camping site inadequate. They make no effort to tone down their criticism too! I have no patience with these party poopers and do not tolerate them their tantrums at all. It is a better idea to choose a group that comes from a similar mindset or take a suggestion from a seasoned camp organizer like Campper.com.

There is so much to consider when I plan a camping trip. I prefer long weekends or a weekday and fix the dates well in advance to get the best rates and the choicest of locations. It is also a good way to avoid crowds and noise. The idea of the camping trip is to get away from the “madding crowds” in the first place.
Campper.com has a host of choices for a discerning traveller like me to get away and relax. Leave the hassle to Campper.com and have the best vacation of your life.

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