Camping in the UK can be a fairly cheap way of going on holiday, especially if you have a large family. Being one of four children we very often use to tow or caravan or load the tent in to the boot of the car and drive to Wales or Cornwall for the week to get away from it all. Most campsites now have great facilities and many caravans can be a home away from home with all the mod cons included.
If you find a campsite that is close to the beach and don’t mind camping in a tent for a few nights then you will get to experience waking up to the sound of crashing waves on the rocks and seagulls flying over head. There is something quite fun and adventurous about camping and I believe it is something that everyone should try at least once in their life.
When it comes to packing for a holiday, people always tend to get a bit worked up about it. Have they got enough clothes, have they got the right clothes and will their suitcase weight to much. First thing to check is what luggage allowance you have. You can normally check this on the airlines official website. Remember in your hand luggage you are not allowed any opened liquids and a limit to which liquids you can take and also no aerosols, nail scissors etc. Again this will all be detailed on their website.
With regards to packing your main case, it all depends on whether your holiday destination is. If you are going abroad, check the weather forecast for that area and look back over the past few weeks to see if you can gauge what sort of temperatures you will be expecting. If it is a activity holiday you are going on, do you need any specialist equipment i.e. ski goggles or are these things you are looking to hire when there. The best way to start is to sit down and make a list of the items then tick them off as you have packed. Then you can sit back and look forward to your holiday.