Travel Channel Series Shares Timely Tips To Enjoy National Camping Month
Summer is here, which means that people are looking for new adventures. On June 9th, just in time for National Camping Month, we have Travel Expert, Meggan Kaiser to share some tips to help make sure you have an enjoyable experience, whether it be visiting the national parks or camping in your own backyard. Meggan Kaiser is a blogger, and TV host. As the author of Everywhere for Nothing: Free Travel for the Modern Nomad, she is known for having big adventures on a small budget. Whether you like traditional camping with a tent and a campfire, or Glamping with a resort-style feel, our host will share all information that every camper will need to enhance their camping experience this summer.
ANY GADGETS OR TECH THAT WE CAN USE WHEN CAMPING
Have all of the camping gear, but that also includes the ability to ensure that you can save memories. Be sure to pack, the SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD V2, because it is the perfect drive to store photos without having to worry about it getting damage while on the go. It has a durable design, which is also water and dust resistance. It can also be attached to your belt loop or backpack while you’re out capturing life’s memories. It starts at just under $85 and goes up to 4 terabytes of space! It fits your mobile lifestyle and accelerates every move perfectly, whether you’re on the beach or out hiking! For more information, visit shop.westerndigital.com/en-au/sandisk
ONE THING YOU PACK FOR EVERY CAMPING TRIP
Be prepared for bugs and pack Ranger Ready. It is a DEET-alternative repellent made with Picaridin 20%. It offers 12-hours of protection from mosquitoes and ticks, and 8 hours of protection against gnats, biting flies, no see-ums and other biting insects. It’s safe to apply daily for all ages over 1 and is safe to use during pregnancy. It’s not greasy, won’t harm your gear, and is available in a variety of premium scents. They also offer Scent Zero as well as Night Sky cologne, an Amber scent with notes of cedar and kid friendly Ranger Orange. For more information, visit rangerready.com
ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR CAMPING FOODS AND OR SNACKS
One of the best camping snacks are peanuts because they’re easy, portable and filling. You can even make a trail mix with peanuts, your favorite dried fruits, and M&Ms or buy a prepared mix to take along. Ounce for ounce, there’s a lot of tasty nutrition packed into that snack! And you guys, there’s nothing better than S’Mores when you’re sitting around the campfire. Take S’Mores to another level with peanut butter cups instead of plain chocolate! For more information, visit peanutbutterlovers.com