Going on adventures can be truly exciting.
You will not only get to see places you’ve only seen from pictures, but also get to experience things you’ve only heard from people. You will not only get to see more of place’s rich history, but also get to experience more of a place’s vibrant culture.
Even more so, you will not only find yourself on your way to that ultimate adventure of yours, but also find others on their way to that ultimate adventure of theirs.
The only question is: If something happens unexpectedly, will you still be up for that adventure?
Of course, you will! It won’t be an adventure without a few mishaps along the way. It won’t also be an adventure without a few lessons along the way.
That being said, here are some tips to survive any kind of adventure:
Pack dual-purpose items.
This means packing clothes that are both good for warm and cold temperatures, shoes that are both good for mild and extreme conditions, and tools that are both good for domestic and survival uses. This also means packing what you truly need such as emergency kits for when you accidently cut yourself, as well as the right kind of jungle clothes for when you find yourself jungle trekking during summer season and the right kind of mountain shoes for when you find yourself mountain hiking during winter season.
Pack 3-day goods.
This means packing at least seven water bottles, to keep your body hydrated as you go along the way and no matter how long you’re going; and at least six food packages, to keep your body filled as you go along the way and no matter where you’re going.
Indeed, going on adventures can be truly exciting.
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