Thursday, October 15, 2015

Your First Aid Checklist When Camping in France (part 1 of 2)

When planning out your camping in France venture, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? It is always better to have a checklist of things and items that you must bring along with you, especially at situations where you will be far from home.

If you are a frequent traveler, you may already have strict rules as to what and what not to bring during the course of your trip. As much as you want to be equipped with what you may need at dire times during your travel, you should also aim to carry out only the essentials so that you won't have a hard time carrying your luggage around.

Experience Camping

France is an ideal location for this purpose. This offers comfortable accommodation package deals at prices you can afford. To prove its popularity among tourists, the country's government rates their campgrounds much like how they do it with hotels, through the use of star ratings. But this is still not a complete guarantee because there are sites that garnered higher ratings but still appear like run of the mill to their visitors.

To be very sure about what you will get into, it is recommended that you research about the locations before you book yourself in. As much as possible, gather as much information that you can get on various websites that feature different campsites with testimonials and reviews from people who have tried them out.

The amount that you have to allot on the venture depends on the kind of accommodation that you want to experience. The price may range from few Euros up to about 500 if you opt to rent out a bungalow for 6 persons in a week. There are sites where you can use electricity for free, while some may charge an extra of about 4 Euros for this purpose.

The budget also depends on the season. You should expect the prices for camping to be more expensive during the peak tourist season that happens in July to August. These are the months when sites feature more than what you can get on regular days, like nightly shows, grocery, stand-by medical practitioners and many more.

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