It’s impossible to come up with a list of universally accepted items when planning to travel or vacation at caravan holiday park. Despite the many challenges associated with creating such a list, failure to prepare well would be a major mistake. We cover a mixture of health and camper related items, for a more compreshsive checklist we recoomd the NHS list
If you plan to vacation together with the family, knowing what to carry or leave behind could be the difference between avoiding and suffering injuries. It could also be the difference between enjoying the holiday and not. It is also very important to have the right level of travel insurance cover, We can provide cover for travel or car rental . Other insurance comparative web sites like https://www.chill.ie/van-insurance/compare/
What a large number of the caravan park lovers would agree on is that going on holiday without some basic items would be a huge mistake. What items should you carry to the caravan holiday park?
a) First Aid Kit
The basic first aid kit should contain the following supplies:
- first aid manual
- antiseptic wipes or spray
- eyewash/eye bath
If you’re under any other medication, carrying it inside the first aid kit would be a good idea. Do not forget to replenish any item that should be in the kit, but has been used or is running low. Together with the first aid kit, ensure that the caravan has a blanket or two.
Carry a working fire extinguisher with you for emergencies that might occur, especially if you plan on cooking and desire to go with your children. Carrying a red fire bucket that is full of sand would never do any harm or spoil the holiday.
b) Porch Awning
If you’re going on holiday with children, it would be a huge mistake to forget carrying the porch awning. The awning provides shade and adequate protection from strong sunlight as well as horrible weather. Carry some breathable-ground sheet as well.
c) Water Carrier
A large container for carrying water is mandatory when planning to vacation at the caravan holiday park. The carrier would be great in case the family has to trek long distances. A carrier for wastewater is also necessary
d) Leisure Battery
Connect the leisure battery to the caravan and use it to supply the power that the fridge and water pumps inside the caravan need to operate. Connect the plug sockets inside the caravan with the leisure battery as well to reduce the likelihood of suffering power outages.
e) Gas Bottles and Stove
Some larger caravans come fully equipped with electric hobs. However, it’s good to prepare for the possibility of power outages. When power outages occur, it would be an excellent idea to have your gas bottles and stove around so that the family doesn’t suffer.
f) Wind-Up Equipment
It’s impossible to avoid wandering around the campsite while at the caravan holiday park, especially at night. Therefore, carry with you some LED lamps that not only use less power, but also save batteries. Clockwork radio would be fine for a lover of background noise.
Therefore, although this list is not exhaustive, these items only represent a few of the items that …View Post