Camping can be fun, entertaining
and exciting experience for you as well as your family members. However, there
are many things which you should keep in mind while going for camping in wild
safari. Safety is of paramount importance when you consider camping with wild
animals and so is the equipment. When you are camping at a place where many
wild animals live, you have to take care of food that you possess. Wild animals
like bears are highly attracted towards food and can come near your tents in
search of food. Thus, go for bear resistant containers. Also, you have to do
your cooking a little far away from tents in which you sleep. The reason behind
this is that the animals might attack you if they did not find any food.
Keeping garbage is also a complete no when you go for camping.
Living in tents can be fun. It
brings you close to nature. One can feel the warmth and coziness of mother
earth. There are many risks associated with camping in wild safari, but the
enjoyment is also manifold. Camping in wild jungles is apt for teenagers to
adults. Try not to include children or elders in your camping safari, as they
are more vulnerable to disease. It is also very important to get right kind of
camping gear when you go for camping. Make sure you have weather proof tents,
plenty of food and medical supplies and a reliable communication device. These
things form the basic gear for your camping.
When you camp in wild safari, it
is not only the big animals which you should fear; small insects might be
equally dangerous. Thus, follow some safety tips and get ready for an
adventurous and amazing camping in wild safari.…
Many people who are attracted to
the outdoor activities or riding motorcycles are surprised when they realize they
have become a victim of windburn. Thinking that they are safe from the sun as
it is cloudy, cold and no longer in the middle of summer, they do not take the
same steps needed as when they go into the sun.
The cause of windburn is primarily
due to the removal of essential oils called lipids, which normally help to
protect your skin from UV rays. When the wind is strong it removes these oils,
and exposes your skin to harsh conditions. Skin irritation and redness can
occur very quickly, especially in conditions where the UV is magnified.
Locations such as in the snow fields, or in the water at the beach, can all
cause the UV rays to quickly affect the sensitive areas of your skin such as on
the cheeks or lips. Remember that even with cloud cover, UV rays can readily
penetrate through and affect your skin in cold weather.
To prevent this from occurring,
the use of sunscreen is still preferred since it is readily available and
consumer are more likely to have some lying around. Some experts recommend
replacing the natural oils that is produced by the body with other products.
However, research has shown that if the incorrect oil is used, it may even
accelerate the rate at which the skin burns. Before going out, try not to shave
as shaving will also remove that layer of vital oils around the neck and face.
So what can you do once you have
windburn? It is generally recommended to apply some ointment to sooth the skin,
such as Aloe Vera or moisturizing jelly. Stay away from oils that can further
cause burning to the skin. As …