After years of over indulgent vacations in every luxurious city that is on offer; the great British public is now left facing a time of penny pinching and cost management like no other which means it may just be time to wave goodbye to the traditional, all out yearly holiday we all take.
Our turbulent economy has left us facing a time of economic struggle however that does not mean that the great British public need to refrain from experiencing any relative enjoyment; it simply means that whatever we now partake in, the word budget most definitely needs to be taken into account. The camping holiday can most definitely be the ideal holiday, providing intrigue, excitement and adventure all without straining the purse strings.
Many seem to fear the camping holiday and all it has to offer however with a little careful planning and an open mind you could soon find yourself creating some fantastic memories.
The first and most important thing that you will need to tick off your list is your camping site. There are an abundance of fantastic sites in the most breath taking areas of England, all ready to help you make fantastic memories however before doing anything you will need to ask yourself what you need and what you can do without.
Camping sites can often be notoriously expensive which is why it is wise to do your research and be careful what you go for. There are an array of camping sites that offer a great deal of amenities including showers and toilet facilities however, as expected these will naturally come with a charge.
When camping on a budget it will be best to go for the most minimal camping sites as they won’t strain the purse strings as much and let’s face it; camping is all about being at one with nature…the shower is best left at home!
Your tent is an obvious element of your camping trip and unlike the camps of Venice which are fully equipped and fitted with air conditioning; this one is all in your hands. Now, we know this is a budget camping holiday but try not to be too cautious on your camping spend as it can leave you facing great disaster…think rain storm and a leaky roof, or worse; a fully collapsed tent!
The right tent won’t need to costs hundreds of pounds, by searching the variety of online camp sites and ensuring you tick the right boxes to fulfill your needs and requirements i.e. size
Camping clothing is an equally important issue as the right camping gear is essential for comfort and safety. Our recommendation wold have to be north face clothing; a brand renowned for being specialist in the camping field and providing equipment and clothes including the ever famous north face coats and north face body warmers that not only look good but withstand the perils of the British weather.
Whatever you chose to go for, opt for comfort and protection and try not to sneak a pair of jeans in; you will be highly uncomfortable before too long.
Camping is by far one of the most fun ways to spend a weekend in England and can help create fantastic memories but do not neglect the importance of good quality equipment. Shop around and search high and low and you could find even the smallest thing can make the world of difference!