Camping Holidays – Advantages and Disadvantages

What camping means to you?

Travelling takes us out of our coziness and inspires us to check, taste and try new life. It constantly challenges us, not only to adapt to and explore new surroundings, but also to engage with different individuals, to embrace new things as they come and to share new and meaningful experiences with playmate and wife.


The benefits of camping holidays start with adventure. A family can come and go as they please and camp there for as long as they want. From a campsite, a family can take walks in the wild and see nature in its true habitat. They can also go to large lakes for fishing or swimming, and if they find an adventure park, they can zip around the trees as fast as they can all day long, which is fun for everyone.

However, this is where the downsides start as well, as some people like the routine they have and don’t want it to be disrupted by living in a tent for a week or two. Sometimes there are no shower facilities and people have to use a solar shower which is not a problem for most but some people may feel insecure about their body when using one. Toilets are another major drawback if a campground doesn’t have the facilities, as people have to dig a hole themselves to use, or use a communal one, which many say is worse.

For others, the freedom of being outdoors outweighs all the drawbacks of home comforts such as showering and using the toilet. They also like not being able to use their cell phones as this is an invasion that can ruin a vacation if someone uses theirs constantly. When camping, people are also away from the thick smog of the city, which many consider unhealthy. The great outdoors has nothing but fresh air, and most people consider this a huge benefit of camping holidays.

To sum it up in a list of the main pros and cons, here’s what most people think of camping.


1) Adventure

2) See wild animals

3) Clean Air

4) No cell phones

5) No Internet

6) no traffic

7) No interruptions


1) no toilet

2) no shower

3) No food provided for you

4) Living in a tent

5) bugs

6) Little or no electricity

7) Nothing much to do if you are not adventurous

In short, the pros and cons of camping seem to be based entirely on opinions. What people need to realize is that camping can be a lot of fun as long as everyone is busy enjoying themselves because once someone doesn’t have fun, the trip is ruined. At worst, building a huge campfire and staying up late into the night is something everyone likes to do.


Why is camping good for you?

Tour relieves stress and boosts testosterone

Travelling has the ability to take you out of our daily routine and into new surroundings and experiences and this can reset your body and mind. Even planning a trip can have an fantastic effect on the chemistry – it boosts happiness and feels satisfying.

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