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10/04/23-03:21

Fun and Sustainable Camping Tips

Summer is here, which means it's the perfect time to plan a fun camping trip. Whether you're headed to the mountains or the beach, it's important to practice sustainable camping to protect the environment. As a part of Club exp, you can make a difference by incorporating sustainable practices into your camping trip. Here are some fun and sustainable camping tips for you:

1. Pick a Breathtaking Campsite
When choosing a campsite, look for one that allows you to see the beauty of nature and promote eco-tourism with sustainable practices in place. In the Philippines, there are many campsites that practice sustainable tourism, such as Treasure Mountain in Rizal and Anawangin Cove in Zambales. While these spots are already beautiful, it's also your responsibility to promote sustainability.

2. Bring Sustainable Camping Gear
When packing for your camping trip, opt for sustainable camping gear. This could include a solar-powered camping lamp, and a portable charger that is ideally powered by renewable energy. IKEA also offers a range of sustainable camping gear, such as a reusable water bottle (UNDERSร–KA Insulated steel flask for โ‚ฑ690), reusable cutlery (MIDDAGSGร„ST Chopsticks and spoon set with case, for โ‚ฑ100) and food containers (Fร–RSKAFFA Insulated tiffin box, 2 tiers, stainless steel for โ‚ฑ1,090) that you could use even after the camping trip.


UNDERSร–KA
Insulated steel flask, black, 0.4 l (14 oz)
โ‚ฑ590


MIDDAGSGร„ST
Chopsticks and spoon set with case, blue
โ‚ฑ100


Fร–RSKAFFA
Insulated tiffin box, 2 tiers, stainless steel
โ‚ฑ1,090

3. Practice LEAVE NO TRACE
One of the best ways to make your camping trip sustainable is by practicing Leave No Trace. This means packing out all your trash, including food scraps, and avoiding damaging plants and wildlife. By following this principle, you can help to protect the natural environment and leave it in pristine condition for others to enjoy.

4. Cook Sustainable Meals
When camping, it's important to cook sustainable meals. This could include using local and organic ingredients from the nearest farmer's market and reducing food waste by cooking just the right amount for your group. You can try cooking traditional Filipino dishes using local ingredients like seafood, vegetables, and rice.

5. Explore Local Activities
Finally, when camping in the Philippines, take the time to explore the local environment and participate in sustainable activities. This could include hiking and birdwatching to explore the natural environment while minimizing your impact. By participating in these activities, you can gain a greater appreciation for the natural environment and help to promote eco-friendliness.

So, here's the dealโ€”you can totally have a blast on your camping trip while also being a total eco-warrior. By incorporating sustainable practices into your adventure, you'll be doing your part to protect the environment and make a difference to our planet.

Keep exploring the community!