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Planning An Adventure Trip? Here Are 5 Essentials to Carry

Planning An Adventure Trip? Here Are 5 Essentials to Carry

Any adventure trip calls for the proper amount of planning. This includes not only physical preparation through endurance training but also the appropriate gear and equipment to bring on the trip. Reading up on the location you are about to visit to get an idea of the topography, weather, altitude, and accessibility is a general rule for such trips—or any tour, for that matter. Depending on the information you discover, you can pack.

However, there are some essentials that you must bring with you on any adventure trip. In this article, we will discuss five such essentials and why you need them.

 

1.     Outdoor Subscription Box

Outdoor Subscription Box

It can be challenging to keep updated with outdoor equipment. There are always technological advances, innovative fabrics, and inventive gadgets to bring along on your next camping trip or road trip. But how do you find interesting new stuff? Fortunately, an increasing number of adventure subscription boxes have eliminated the guesswork involved in staying current.

By signing up for an outdoor subscription boxes, you’ll receive a useful box of seasonally appropriate tools and equipment delivered to your door. These subscriptions come on a monthly, bimonthly, or quarterly basis. Some subscriptions offer specific items, while others concentrate on survival or adventure themes like camping, jogging, fishing, etc.

However, subscribe to a reputable subscription box company to get the best deals. One such company for outdoor adventure subscription boxes is Battlbox.

BattlBox offers four boxes, each filled with tested survival items. They comprise Basic, Advanced, Pro, and Pro Plus. You can alter the size of these subscription boxes based on how much equipment you want. They charge $34.99 a month for their basic package, which comes with $60 worth of merchandise. Their pro plus costs $169.99 a month, and if you are a big spender, this box is a great way to stay ahead of the curve.

 

2.     First Aid Kit

Always carry a first aid kit when you travel. Why? Because as travelers, you need to reduce your chances of contracting infections or getting sick. While traveling, you might find yourself in a situation where you require urgent primary medical care but are far from a hospital or a pharmacy. So, it is always best to be ready. Some of the things to pack in your first aid kit are:

  • Antibacterial cream
  • Sunscreen
  • Tablets for headaches
  • Band-aids/gauze
  • Small tweezers or scissors
  • A doctor’s prescription must accompany antibiotics or prescription medications.
  • Crepe bandages
  • Rubber gloves
  • Hand sanitizer for basic hygiene.

Depending on where you’re going and what your doctor recommends, this list may need to be expanded.

 

3.     Water

Water

Staying hydrated while on an adventure trip can be difficult, especially if you’re trekking or sightseeing. For this reason, you should always carry a water bottle on a trip. Your body requires water to function properly and maintain your energy levels. You might feel tired or dizzy if you don’t drink enough water. For every hour of activity, it is generally recommended to consume eight ounces of water.

Additionally, carrying a bottle can also help you save money because when you’re on the go, it can be simple to spend a lot of money on water bottles.

 

4.     Snacks

On an adventure trip, you might not always be able to find a diner where you can eat whenever you want. For this reason, you must always carry some snacks with you. They might include protein bars, cookies, almonds, and dried fruit. Also, avoid taking unhealthy snacks like chips, which burn quickly. When traveling, it is advantageous to bring lightweight food packets.

 

5.     Travel Map/Guide

Travel Map/Guide

GPS can get you from A to B, but it’s not very good at helping you understand where you are in relation to other objects around you. While GPS is excellent at guiding you to your destination and is easy to use, it doesn’t provide any information about the locations you pass along the way.

Cross-country journeys aren’t organized via phone for a reason. You can’t choose your best route without knowing all the locations nearby because the best way isn’t always the fastest. In addition, GPS ceases to function in areas without a network connection. No such issue will arise if you have a map.

 

Conclusion

When going on an adventure, having the right gear is essential. Remember that adventures like these put your survival skills to the test. By using subscription boxes to stock up on tools and equipment, you will be ready for such trips. These boxes contain a variety of products that have been personally chosen and hand-selected by experts to meet your specific needs depending on the activity you have chosen.

In addition to subscription boxes, everyone should carry other items on a trip. These items include basic things you need to survive in an outdoor setting.