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Camping Safety

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Avoid places close to riversides, riverbeds, and sandbanks. Some places look ideal in the daytime, but at night time when the weather changes, they may become dangerous.
Avoid camping under an isolated tree, as it can easily conduct lightning. Areas below huge rocks, rolling logs, or cliffs with loose soil must also be completely avoided.
Avoid camping next to dense areas of weeds or low bushes, as they frequently harbor insects and snakes.
When pitching a tent, the rear wall must face the wind, so that the door opens on the leeside. It must be maintained a distance away from sewers and toilets.
The camp area must always be kept tidy, in its original condition. Litter must not be dropped, and waste-water must not be inappropriately discarded. Do not pick the flowers and plants, and do not cut down trees without permission.
Do not light candles, oil lamps or mosquito coil incense in the tent. Do not smoke in the tents. 
Children must always be accompanied by an adult. This is not only to keep children safe from danger or insect or snake bites, but also to encourage family bonding as everyone works and plays together.
Last Updated:2017-09-13 11:07