You will sleep in nature and should protect your skin from biting insects. Furthermore, the grass can be dangerous viruses transmitted from animals to humans, so be careful, advises cdc.gov.
U.S. experts recommend vaccination before the trip. The recommendation of strict family doctor will opt for the vaccine against hepatitis A, meningitis and tetanus.
The bag will not miss your water, fresh fruit, juices, dried fruit and nuts for snacks between meals.
When installing the grill, make sure you are at an appropriate distance from the forest and no fire risk. In addition, opt for barbecue grills equipped with metal shields, special for this.
Warning and fruits found in the woods. They are not all consumed, so better eat the apple in your backpack.
You will sleep in nature, and night temperatures are low. Therefore, blankets, sweaters, hats and thick socks are the first things placed in your luggage.
Do not use lighters inside the tent, burners or heating elements based on gas. Intoxication can occur quickly, so you better take warm clothes.
Do not sleep on the ground. Put a sleeping pad first, to keep the heat, and then you can make your own shelter outdoors.
For your camping vacation is not interrupted by anyone and anything, make sure you know which are the nearest first-aid area where you go hiking.
Moreover, keep a place for luggage and flashlights, medicine and a map. Nature can be surprising and you should prepare yourself to deal with them.
Bellow are the best 4 eco friendly camping places in UK:
1) Keveral Farm – Keveral Farm is an organic farm community near Looe, Cornwall (in the south-west of England). The original community was established in 1973, and the farm is now owned and managed co-operatively by the members of the community. We are 12 adults and 10 children. We live in a farmhouse, static caravans, a wooden cabin and a converted pig-sty!
How to contact Keveral Farm
2) Sharpham Barton Family Camp – Sharpham Barton is a friendly, family camp set on a bio-dynamic farm in an area of outstanding natural beauty in South Devon.
Camping facilities are basic, with tents and caravans arranged in small ‘villages’ around their own campfire. We provide wood for the communal campfires, hot and cold water and toilets. The main marquee is the focal point of the Camp; the Cafe and the information point are based here. Nearby is the Chai area, where you can take time out in a more relaxed environment. There is lots to do for all ages, including workshops, activities, entertainment, sports, farm walks, kindergarten, therapies and talks.
How to contact Sharpham Barton Family Camp:
Sharpham Barton Family Camp
Devon TQ9 7UT
Tel: 01803 732324
3) South Penquite – South Penquite is a 200 acre working hill beef and sheep farm situated high on Bodmin Moor between the villages of Blisland and St Breward. There is much to do and see on and around the farm which achieved organic status in 2001. Since then we have continued to adopt an environment sensitive approach to all of our buisness which includes solar heated hot water and rainwater harvesting for the campsite showers and more recently a 5KW wind turbine and thirty photovoltaic panels on a barn roof.
How to contact South Penquite
Dominic & Cathy Fairman
South Penquite Farm, Blisland, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 4LH
Tel: 01208 850491
4) Huntstile organic farm – Huntstile Organic Farm B&B is situated in the rolling foothills of the Quantocks, deep in beautiful Somerset countryside. We are passionate about locally grown, well-produced, quality food – our lives revolve around it. Lovely B&B, superb Wedding Venue – escape to the country!
How to contact Huntstile organic farm:
Huntstile Organic Farm
Nr Bridgwater TA5 2DQ
t. 01278 662358