The tide has turned and the world finally sees Pakistan for what it really is: a tourist hotspot where visitors are welcomed with open arms and hearts! Those who don’t take our word for it should read why Conde Nast Traveler declared the country one of the top tourist destinations for 2023. Many international travelers also visited the country last year and left amazing comments about the hospitality of Pakistan and its people. The reason for tourism in Pakistan is its natural scenic beauty and the best way to enjoy it is with a desert camp. And we have taken the liberty of listing some of the best camping sites in Pakistan so that you can easily plan your next trip.
List of Top Camping Sites in Pakistan
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1. Pir Chinasi
Pir Chinasi is a high station about 30 kilometers from Muzaffarabad, Azad Jammu and the capital of Kashmir (AJK). The campsite is located at 2,895 meters above sea level. The hilltop is a fascinating example of the natural beauty for which AJK is known. You can see the city of Muzaffarabad from the lush green hilly plains. What a spectacular sight!
Devotees of Saint Shah Hussain Bukhari, who is buried here, often visit Pir Chinasi. As you drive to camp on a well-paved road, your vaulted shrine marks the end of your adventure. Summers are nice, but winters are extremely cold. While the camping season runs from May to October, the best months to visit are from June to September for the best weather.
Although there are a few motels at the top, they are always full, especially during the summer. For your comfort, we recommend that you bring your own camping equipment on the trail. It takes around four hours to drive from Islamabad to Muzaffarabad and then a short jeep or bus ride will take you to the sanctuary.
People usually camp near the hilltop sanctuary, but if you prefer peace and solitude, walk about 30 minutes to the nearby hill, which has similar views and is much less crowded.
2. Naltar Valley
The Valley of Naltar is about 40 kilometers from the city of Gilgit and lies at an elevation of about 9,550 feet (2,900 meters) above sea level. The landscape is very pretty, with wooded slopes and lush meadows. In winter, the Naltar Valley attracts a large number of visitors, since its slopes are suitable for skiing and hiking. However, camping in Naltar is recommended from June to September, when the weather is milder and the road in the valley is easier to navigate by 4×4.
From the capital of Pakistan, you can drive or take a bus to Gilgit. After leaving Gilgit for a two-hour jeep ride, you’ll reach the picturesque Naltar Valley, where you’ll be rewarded with stunning views.
Three lakes, collectively known as Naltar Lakes or Bashkiria Lakes, are also found in the region. They are the ideal campsites to see the stars come out after a spectacular sunset. However, Lake Pari is the most popular campsite in the valley. In addition to boating and fishing on the lake, people also offer to camp in colorful tents along the shoreline.
3. Siri Paye
Siri Lake and Paye Meadows, both within five miles of Shogran, are two destinations on a dirt hike up the mountain. The lake comes first, but most campers go to the high meadows, where small tea tents are set up in tents. The meadow is located at an elevation of 9,900 feet (3,000 meters) above sea level. Like other KPK sections, the best time to visit this camp in Pakistan is from July to September, when the weather is at its best.
In about an hour, a rocky and stony jeep ride from Shogran will take you to Siri Lake and on to Paye Meadows. If you don’t have your own 4×4 for the trip, Shogran can rent one for you.
Camping at Paye Meadows is virtually hassle-free as all the necessities are provided, but if you really want to enjoy camping, you’ll have to put up with it. However, keep an eye on the weather. It can change quickly and the fog can be so thick that you may not be able to return to your tent until it clears up.
4. Jheel Saif-ul-Maluk Lake
Saif-ul-Maluk Lake, about 10 kilometers from Naran, is one of the most beautiful lakes in Pakistan, set against the backdrop of snow-capped mountains. Thousands of tourists visit this lake each year, located at an altitude of 3,200 meters and offering many options for boating and picnics. Summer camps for Saif-ul-Maluk are excellent from June to September, when the road is safer due to the warmer weather.
The only method to reach Saif-ul-Maluk Lake is to take a 4×4 jeep from Naran to your destination, which will transport you on dirt roads. Be aware that the trail is dangerous and slippery, especially when covered in snow.
There are some motels near the lake that allow you to camp on their grounds for a fee. However, as the lake is within walking distance, it is worth it. You may also be allowed to camp on the beach, but you must first obtain permission from the local authorities.
5. Ratti Gali Lake
Ratti Gali Lake, an alpine glacial lake in the Karakorum range and one of the most beautiful lakes in Pakistan, sits at an elevation of 12,000 feet (3,700 meters). Muzaffarabad is about 100 kilometers away. Ideally, visit Ratti Gali Lake during the summer between July and August if you are planning a camping holiday.
Due to the lack of a proper route to Ratti Gali Lake, you will need to take a 2-hour jeep drive from Dowarian in the Neelum Valley to base camp, where you will spend the night. The lake is reached after a 2-hour hike. You can also go horseback riding on the lake. This popular camp in Pakistan already has a base camp a few kilometers before the lake, where most visitors spend the night.
6. Cholistan Desert
The Cholistan desert, about 30 kilometers from Bahawalpur in Punjab, covers 25,000 square kilometers and is rich in cultural and historical significance. People don’t come to the desert plains because of the altitude, which is only 112 meters above sea level. The beautiful forts, starry skies and colorful fireworks attract visitors.
Summer and winter temperatures are particularly harsh due to the desert climate, so visit between February and April or August and October for the best camping experience. Bahawalpur is the starting point for desert treks. Local guides, jeeps and buses are available to transport you to the desert plains overnight once you arrive in the city.
The Cholistan desert is best visited with a tour group and camps are often set up on the sand near the majestic Derawar Fort.
7. Banjosa Lake
Banjosa Lake is a popular tourist spot in Pakistan located 20 kilometers from Rawalakot in the Poonch district of Azad Kashmir. The splendor of Banjosa Lake, located half an hour from Rawalakot in dense forests, amazes visitors, with the red-green valley lakes being the focus of tourist interest.
The lush forests and mountains that surround the lake add to its beauty; the foliage around the lake, the greenery, the clean air and the blue water soothe tourists, who can also enjoy boating on the lake. The weather is pleasant even in summer, but winters are cold, with temperatures dropping to minus 5 degrees Celsius and snowfall in December and January.
Tourists continue to flock to Lake Banjosa throughout the year, which has led authorities to advise visitors to take great care to keep the lake clean lest this natural wonder disappears.
Given the beauty of Banjosa Lake, tourism in Azad Kashmir should be further encouraged so that this natural gift can be fully appreciated. There are also baths, private guesthouses, and hotels for tourists on Lake Banjosa.
8. Beyal Camp
Experience is needed to reach this Pakistani camp, which is the base camp for climbers trying to conquer Nanga Parbat and the biggest challenge for trekkers from around the world. It is located at an elevation of approximately 11,650 feet (3,550 meters) above sea level, near the base of one of the highest peaks in the world. July and August are the only two months in this cold region suitable for camping.
On foot, it takes about 6 hours to reach Beyal Camp from Fairy Meadows, and the road is dangerous. In order not to get lost in this environment, it is recommended to travel with a local guide.
People visit “Killer Mountain” every year hoping to fly their flags at the summit, so there are already plenty of supplies in the camp, such as tents and other camping equipment. For this camping trip, it is recommended to bring light but warm clothing.
9. Phander Valley
Phander Valley is a beautiful valley nestled between a series of barren mountain ranges. Phander Valley is known for its lush greenery and clean water. You can also go trout fishing in Phander Valley as there are many places for this. July/August is the best time to visit Phander if you don’t want to lose a few fingers. Cherry, apricot and blackberry season will be in full swing, as will the fishing season.
The downside is that June-August is the peak tourist season for domestic visitors. Although Phander is not as well known as other Gilgit Baltistan destinations, the number of Pakistani visitors visiting the region is constantly increasing and Phander will only gain popularity as time goes on. September/October is a great time to visit if fall colors or peace and quiet are important to you.
There aren’t many amenities in this area, but you can find suitable campsites anywhere in the valley. The famous Shandur Festival is held near the Phander Valley on Shandur Lake, where you can also pitch a tent.
10. Arang Kel
Arang Kel, about 20 kilometers from Sharda in Pakistan’s Neelum Valley, is another camp of incomparable beauty. As it has an altitude of 2,300 meters and it is a difficult path, getting there may be difficult for some, but it is worth it. While you’re there, don’t forget to visit the forests, meadows, hills, and waterfalls. Since this section of AJK usually freezes in winter, June to August is the best time for camping.
A small tourist town, Kel is a great place to start your journey. You have two options to get to Arang Kel from here. You can walk 2-3 hours from Kel to Arang Kel or take a cable car from Kel through dense forests to Arang Kel and then walk for half an hour to the village.
Upon arrival in Arang Kel you can rent lodges and tents with the basic requirements, but you can also bring camping equipment, as long as it is light so as not to overload it during the excursion.
11. Fairy Meadows
Fairy Meadows, one of Pakistan’s hidden gems, is located near Nanga Parbat Base Camp and offers mesmerizing mountain views. It is a great attraction for any tourist seeking adventure in Pakistan. The meadows are located at an elevation of 10,800 feet (3,300 meters) above sea level. Since the region and its roads freeze during winter and remain icy most of the year, the best time to visit Fairy Meadows is between July and September.
Fairy Meadows is accessible via a drive from the Raikot Bridge, some 50 miles from Gilgit, and is not for the faint of heart. Before you reach Gilgit, a Gilgit-bound bus can drop you off at the bridge. From there it is a one hour jeep ride and a three hour hike to this beautiful meadow. If you want to cut the travel time in half, you can do it on horseback.
Fairy Meadows has many small local cabins and tents that you can rent during your visit. Rather than risk making the trip alone, most people choose to visit the area with a tour group.
12. Shandur Top
Shandur is where, in the past, the royals of Afghanistan and Gilgit Baltistan used to gather in the summer to play polo and establish a friendship between the two countries. On the other hand, this mountain pass connects Chitral to Gilgit Baltistan’s Ghizer Valley. It is a flat area of 25 square kilometers between two towering mountains.
In summer, the weather and temperature on top of Shandur is pleasant. Summers are hot, with temperatures around 15 degrees Celsius. Bring your sun hats, sunglasses and UV blocking cream as the sun’s rays are strong.
There’s also not much to eat after Mastuj, so pack some food and snacks before heading to Laspar and Shandur beyond Chitral. Read our article on Chitral to find out about the beautiful places there!
13. Deosai Plains
The beautiful green plains of Deosai, located within the Deosai National Park and about 40 kilometers from the city of Skardu, is 4,100 meters (13,600 feet) above sea level. Visit this park between June and September for the ultimate camping experience, just like you would in other parts of Northern Pakistan.
The park can be accessed via a one-hour jeep ride from Skardu and Astore. After entering the park, you will be able to select your favorite campsite. Sheosar Lake is a great place to camp. However, most people prefer to stay at Bara Pani, which is a body of water with plenty of opportunities for lunch.
Shogran, one of the most easily accessible courses in Pakistan, is known for its lush green fields and pine trees. Shogran is located at approximately 2,300 meters (8,000 feet) above sea level and about 66 kilometers from the charming town of Naran. The months of June to September are ideal for camping in Shogran, as the climate is mild and traveling to the region is quite easy.
By jeep or private car, you can drive from Kewai, halfway between Naran and Shogran, to Shogran on a completely paved road. The trip takes approximately one hour. Shogran offers many hotels and resorts where you can rest your head in luxury, but if you want to make the most of your trip, these same motels also offer the opportunity to relax in the beautiful gardens.
15. Gorakh Hill Station
Gorakh Hill Station is approximately 94 kilometers from Dadu and sits at an elevation of almost 6,000 feet (1,800 meters) above sea level, making it ideal for a weekend getaway. It is known as the ‘Murree of Sindh’ and is a great place to visit if you want to experience the real winter weather in Sindh, complete with snow.
As December and January are the coldest months here, the best time to visit Gorakh Hills is between September and November, or February and March. However, even in these colder months, there is no certain snowfall. A village called Wahi Pandhi, near Dadu, serves as the starting point for a trip to the Gorakh Hills. Upon arrival, you can rent a 4×4 jeep to drive up the mountain trail, which will take around 4 hours.
Before the trek up the mountain to the viewpoint, Gorakh Hills has a camp erected. You’re can rent a tent or bring your own. Upon request, residents will provide extra blankets and pillows.
16. Kund Malir
If you are looking for a camping spot in Balochistan, Kund Malir is the best place to go. As a beach just off the Makran coastal road in Hingol National Park, it sits only 35 meters above sea level, especially compared to the surrounding cliffs. You’re in for a treat if you seek crystal clear seas, starry skies, and gentle breezes. It is located about 200 kilometers west of Karachi along the west coast.
From February to April and from September to November, the weather in Balochistan is ideal for a trip. Travelers should avoid the next few months as they are either too hot or too cold. You can travel to Kund Malir on your own as it is only a 4 hour drive from Karachi and the Makran coastal road is adequately paved, but most tourists choose to camp on the beach with a tour group.
Tour operators often camp on the beach, in the middle of the dry sand, with a fire pit to keep campers warm all night.
17. Kumrat Valley
Kumrat is a valley in Upper Dir district, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan. During the summer, more than a million tourists from all over the country flock to the Kumrat Valley to enjoy the greenery and cool climate. Around 2,000 cars enter the region every day during the Eid al-Fitr celebrations.
You can reach Kumrat via Kalam if you have a 4WD car or motorcycle with engine capacity up to 150cc. The path is completely muddy and rocky. Before embarking on this route, make sure your driver is comfortable with the hilly turns and steep climbs. If you don’t want to cross the mountains, you can take Dir, which is a smooth road that a typical driver can easily drive on.
As there are fewer hotels and establishments in this area, you must bring your own food. If you plan to spend more than one day, you can return to Place Thal to eat, although the way back is quite complicated. At the beginning of the valley there are several hotels to choose from.
18. Mahodand Lake
Lake Mahodand is a lake in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan, located in the upper Usho Valley, about 35 kilometers (22 mi) from Kalam. Lake Mahodand freezes over in winter and is covered in snow. The lake basin is surrounded by a blanket of alpine flowers in summer.
At the lake, visitors can fish and camp. As there are few facilities there, you will need to bring most of your necessities with you. The locals, on the other hand, build some campsites. You can rent it for a low price or bring your own camping equipment.
From Kalam to Mahodand Lake, the road is extremely rugged and difficult. Traveling in an ATV or motorcycle is recommended as road conditions can cause serious damage to the vehicle.
19. Dudipatsar Lake
This lake is located in the Mansehra district in the Kaghan valley. Due to its excellent landscapes and walks, the lake is a paradise for walkers. The location is very secluded and there are very few people in the area. The lake is located at an elevation of 12,500 feet above sea level. It is a very rare lake and is distinguished by its lush vegetation and blooming flowers. The lake is also renowned as a trout fishing spot, and if you have the spirit, you can easily catch trout.
There are no hotels or facilities on the lake, although there are some friendly residents in the small village of Mullah ki Basti, which is the last human settlement before the lake. You can also stay overnight at Mullah ki Basti to reach the lake early in the morning. If you like camping, we recommend staying at the lake; it will like you.
We are sure that you have heard of Naran and Dudupatsar is not far away. Take the path to the top of Babusir from Naran and you will come to a stop called Basel just before Lake Lulusar. To start your journey towards Dudipatsar Lake, you must first cross the river. Guides and porters can also be found in Basel.
20. Rama Meadows
Rama Meadows and Rama Lake are located in Rama Valley. This beautiful valley is located in the area of the village of Astore. The splendor of this valley is just the tip of the Gilgit Baltistan iceberg. Travelers and adventurers have yet to discover most of the Rama Valley. Many people like to come here to relax and go camping.
Continue driving for another 20 minutes after passing the Fairy Meadows exit towards KKH. When you find the sign for Astore, turn right and continue for another 2-3 hours. You will arrive at Astore, a small settlement. The valley is known for camping during the summer months and is a popular destination in June and July.
The road to the Rama meadow has already been paved, making it easy for travelers to access. The most recommended means of transport is the 4d, but national cars can make the journey easily and without difficulty. The excursion to Lake Rama, on the other hand, lasts an hour and a half.
May and August is the best time to visit Rama Meadows. Nature is at its peak on these hot days. Each step in this valley brings a new adventure. From May to August the possibilities of landslides on the side of the roads are practically non-existent.
Lalazar is one of the most beautiful highlands in Pakistan, known for its beautiful flowers that cover the mountain tops. It is located just 21 kilometers from Naran and sits at an altitude of 3200 meters. The road from Naran to Batakundi is a beautiful carpeted road, however the road from Battakundi to Lalazar is very narrow and muddy. On one side of the road there are huge mountains and on the other side there is a deep channel of the Kunhar river.
In summer, after Saif ul Malook Lake, this plateau is the second most beautiful place in the Kaghan Valley. Thousands of visitors flock here every year, but there are only a few makeshift shops on the plateau selling biscuits and pakoras at exorbitant prices. Once you reach Lalazar, you will be at the same height as the mountain peaks that surround the Lalazar Plateau, but on one side, if the weather is clear, you can see the Falak Sonia Peak, which is covered in snow all the time. year.
July, August and September is the best time to visit Lalazar. Lalazar has a wide variety of flowers that you will not find anywhere else in Pakistan during the season. But the skill and courage of each pilot is put to the test on the way to the top. Not recommended for people with vertigo or fear of landslides.
22. Toli Peer
This hill is located 2,666 m (8,418 ft) above sea level in the Poonch district of Azad Kashmir, in the northeast corner of Tehsil Rawalakot. Toli Peer is a hill station in Rawalakot Tehsil, Poonch District, Azad Kashmir. Its alltitude is approximately 8,800 feet above sea level. Rawalakot in Azad Kashmir is about 30 kilometers away and the main metropolis is only 40-50 minutes away.
Also, Banjosa Lake is one of the most popular attractions in Toli Peer. Many resorts and hotels are accessible to better serve tourists. Green grass and heavenly surroundings, which are beautiful with the abode of clouds, are available. The Bagh y Poonch river can also be seen from the top of Toli Peer. At the top, there are alternatives for camping. It is not accessible by personal car during winter.
Toli Pir, the highest mountain in Rawalakot, lies to the northeast. This is where three mountain ranges begin. A rest house for tourists is located in a nice area in the vicinity of Toli Pir. On the highest peak of the hill there is still an ancient Mazar. The best season to visit Toli Pir is during the summer. The months from October to March are cooler, but the weather is still good. Between April and September, there is a lot of natural beauty in this area.
23. Leepa Valley
Hattian Bala district includes Leepa valley. Muzaffarabad, the capital of Azad Kashmir, is about 83 km away. This valley is especially beautiful in winter when there is snow everywhere. Photographers love this beautiful site. It is an ideal place for camping. You can also stay in a forest lodge or tourist motel built by the Azad and Jammu Kashmir tourism departments.
Apples, honey, walnuts, and cherries are popular in the Leepa Valley. Chananian, a village at an altitude of 2,226 meters, is another attractive place in the Leepa Valley. It is not far from the LOC (Line of Control) that divides Jammu & Kashmir and Azad Kashmir. It is densely wooded with exotic pines. The jeeps are accessible here and the owners will provide great directions and ensure safe driving.
May to November is the best time to visit Leepa Valley. Therefore, you should include this destination in your vacation wish list because its beauty is worth admiring.
- Location: 35 miles from Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir.
- Coordinates: 34.652120, 73.950186
- Altitude: 1513.7 m or 4966.2 feet
- How to go there/Transport? Paved road up till this camping site. Public transport from Islamabad to Muzaffarabad, and then Muzaffarabad to Keran. This site can be rerached by private cars including Suzuki Mehran.
- Best Camping Time: May to September
- Location: 84 miles from Muzaffarabad.
- Coordinates: 34.795804, 74.188337
- Altitude: 1873.3 m or 6146.0 feet
- How to go there/Transport? Public transport is available all the way through Sharda. All kinds of private cars can easily make it to the camping site. The road is ok.
- Best Camping Time: June to September
26 Karimabad, Hunza Valley
- Location: Karimabad, Hunza Valley 346 miles from Islamabad via Muzaffarabad – Naran – KKH
- Coordinates: 36.325740, 74.689789
- Altitude: 2782.3 m or 9128.4 feet
- How to go there? Paved road. A few miles from Karimabad village. Public transport is available from Islamabad. This site can be reached by all types of private cars.
- best Camping Time: June to September
- Location: 374 miles from Islamabad to Muzaffarabad – Naran – KKH
- Coordinates: 35.308566, 75.602543
- Altitude: 2198.7 m or 7213.5 feet
- How to go there/Transport? Paved road all the way to Skardu city. Public transports is also available throughout the city. The camping site is located next to the fast-flowing river. Follow GPS to camping here or choose a different spot that suits you.
- best Camping Time: June to September
Tips for Camping in Pakistan
Pakistan is a place of natural beauty and there are countless camping options, from the mountains, valleys and grasslands of the north to the beach, desert or a nearby hill station. However, the most crucial aspect of camping is figuring out how to do it correctly.
Here are some basic camping tips that even seasoned campers can use as a checklist before heading out on an adventure:
Know where to go
The first tip for outdoor camping is to plan ahead where you want to go. Knowing where you’re going, what’s available there, and how long your hike or trip will take is key, because most campsites will have little to no supplies, and you’ll need to prepare for your trip based on where you want to go. what is available there and how long the excursion or trip will last.
Carry the right gear
A tent, sleeping bag, flashlight, box of matches, food, water, extra clothing, insect repellent, cutlery, rope, map, hand sanitizer, and hiking gear are all important items for the camp. Depending on where you are going, the weather you’ll encounter, the amenities available at your campsite, and how far into the wilderness you’ll be traveling, you can add more or less cargo to your pack.
Travel light, with a single heavy backpack on your shoulders for all your stuff, as mentioned above. The reason is simple. You’ll need both hands free to help you navigate rough terrain, whether you’re walking long distances or scrambling over rough terrain to get to camp, and the lighter your pack, the easier it will be to cover greater distances.
Take extra bedding along
Think again if you think sleeping in a tent is cozy! You won’t get a good night’s sleep until you’ve spread out a comfortable sleeping bag on the ground. If you are camping on hard ground, your sleeping bag may not be suitable and you will need to bring extra blankets or sheets to make the tent as comfortable as possible.
However, on long hikes, carrying bedding can be difficult. Tie the leaves to the backpack by rolling them up. If you’re tired, you can ask a friend or fellow traveler to share the effort of carrying the extra weight so you don’t get tired on the hike.
Dress in layers
One of the best tips for outdoor camping is to wear layers or pack some clothes in your backpack if you have enough space. Most campgrounds are prairies and high plains, or open, deserted beaches where the breeze is cooler and windier than in the city. Be prepared for cool nights outdoors, even if you choose to camp during the summer.
Check the weather forecast
Another tip for camping beginners is to always check the weather forecast before planning your trip. Pitching a tent to the weather, putting out the fire in a downpour, and spending the night freezing in the tent listening to the rain pounding on the roof are not ideal conditions.
Turn your vacation into a sunny weekend to get the most out of your camping experience. If you visit the destination when the weather is good, you will have more opportunities to explore the surroundings.
Arrive before sunset
No matter how long your hike or vacation is, one of the best outdoor camping tips is to get to camp before dark. This will give you plenty of time to pitch a tent and prepare for a spectacular sunset.
Plan campfire-friendly meals
Another important component of camping tips is to plan and prepare meals in advance. You won’t get fresh, ready-to-eat meals unless you have a restaurant, hotel, motel, or inn near your campsite.
Accordingly, you will have to cook on an open fire. That is why it is essential to take pots, pans and utensils with you when you go camping. For quick and convenient dinners, try to find foods that cook at low temperatures or that don’t require cooking. Consider hot dogs, chicken kebabs, granola bars, boxed meals, and jerky as alternatives.
Don’t destroy the natural beauty
One of the main rules of the course is to keep the natural beauty of the course intact. It is forbidden to pull flowers, leave burnt patches on the ground, and capture and kill mammals and insects. Respect the natural environment in which you choose to live. However, if a wild animal attacks your camp, do not hesitate to take the appropriate measures, otherwise you could cause the death of one of your fellow campers.
Clean up before you go
Another piece of advice for beginners and experts is to always clean the course before going out and leave it in the same state in which you found it, calm and beautiful. Make sure you don’t litter the ground, don’t carve your names or initials on rocks or trees, and put out the fire before you leave.
These are the most important camping tips. Make the most of your camping by taking advantage of them to organize your trip and live the experience of sleeping under the stars.
Is camping safe for a single woman in Pakistan?
The short answer is yes, it is safe for a single woman to go camping alone. Many women camp in developed and underdeveloped camps. You have the option to go independently or on a tour.
What are the essentials for camping?
Shelter (where you’ll sleep), a meal (eat, drink, and the gear to make that happen), easier camping, more fun, and all the other important little extras).
What is a camping checklist?
Here are some of the smaller, forgettable items to remember to pack. Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, toilet paper, wipes, etc). Basic repair kits (multi-tools, duct tape, electrical cord, etc). Food and equipment storage (Ziploc bags, plastic containers, etc).
What kind of food should we bring when camping?
Camping food includes instant noodles, instant soup, dry noodles, canned meat and beans, dried fruits and other ready-to-eat foods. They can help you save time in the kitchen and not spoil it quickly.