Mention campsite cooking and most people will conjure one of two images; toasting marshmallows on sticks over a roaring fire, or heating up a tin of beans over an impractically small stove. However, it doesn't have to be either unhealthy or impractical – with the right planning and preparation, your campsite cooking can be good enough to please any gourmet.
Camping makes for an exciting adventure holiday, whether you're going abroad or staying close to home, but as with any holiday the right planning and preparation can make the difference between a good holiday and a great one. Here are some of the most important things to consider if you want to make sure your holiday goes smoothly.
Camping holidays are a great way to get out into the countryside and explore parts of the world that you wouldn't ordinarily see. However, the fact is that it's difficult to camp without affecting your surroundings, so here are some of our top tips for environmentally friendly camping.
When you go on a camping holiday, there are quite a few things to consider; what to pack, where to go, and what to do when you get there. One thing that is vital, yet often somewhat overlooked, is choosing the right spot to pitch. Many campers have had the misfortune of arriving somewhere late at night, pitching their tent in darkness, then waking up the next morning to find themselves in a less than perfect position. Here are some of the top factors to consider when you choose your camping spot.
Festival season is upon us, and for many this means it's time to start sorting out the sleeping bags and wellington boots - and prepare for the inevitable mudbath. After all, while we all hope for a wonderful weekend of music in solid sunshine, the weather doesn't always live up to our expectations, so it's best to be ready.