Camping with peers is always fun, but it can get a little stressful — especially when everyone has different interests and you have to compromise on activities or hiking trails. You may also have to cope with a few travellers who do not share your excitement for the great outdoors, which can make things a bit less enjoyable for everyone. That is why so many individuals choose to go camping alone.
If you’ve never gone camping by yourself before, the prospect may seem daunting, but don’t worry—we’re here to assist with a few pointers on how to make your first solo trip a success.
Even for veteran campers, camping alone would be nerve-wracking. There’s a lot that could go wrong, and taking on certain problems by yourself might be stressful, so make sure you’re ready before you go. Take a camping trip with a small group of pals if you’re a first-timer. That way, you may practise your fundamental survival skills and familiarise yourself with your camping equipment. The last thing you want to do is make an effort to learn on the go because it would almost certainly ruin your Ramanagara trip. Before venturing out on your own, make sure you’re comfortable setting up camp, starting a fire, and dealing with potential injuries while keeping calm.
If you’re going camping alone or with a group, a decent rule of thumb is to hope for the best but prepare for the worse. When you’re outside having fun, anything can happen. That’s why it’s crucial to bring a first-aid kit with you and to inform someone else about your goals and timetable before leaving.Before you leave on your trip, make sure you tell a friend or family member about your plans. Sharing a thorough map of your itinerary with them, including where you’re going, where you’ll be staying, and any activities you have planned. You should also establish a routine for checking in with them, whether it’s on a daily basis or by a specific date, so that if something goes wrong, someone will be notified.
Arrival at the campground.
Arrive at 12 p.m. and have a great lunch. From 2 p.m. onwards, there will be opportunity to participate in some fascinating lake events such as rain dances with music, swimming, and a coracle ride.
At 5.00pm, savor free tea and pastries.
At 7.30 p.m., gather near the campfire to listen to the night music.
Dinner should be served by 8.30 p.m., and you should relax and unwind at night.
Begin trekking at 6 a.m. and sightseeing along the way.
Breakfast should be served at 8.30 p.m., and you should be prepared for some exciting events.
Check out of the campsite at 12.30 p.m.
Is a private estate located right below the hill. It’s known as X Adventor’s Camp.
To get there, follow a mud road that forks to the privilege on the way back down from the hill. You can ask Mr. Jagadish from Adventure Camp and he will direct you to the location.
On their grounds, they organise group activities and camping with bonfires. People typically come here in groups and make a reservation. We asked the forest department officers at the hill’s parking lot where we might camp, and they said, “Camping is not permitted anywhere on the forest grounds.
This is a location within the wooded region beneath the hill. There is a broken fence through which people enter this area and spend the day relaxing and enjoying the scenery until the evening. We could see 2-3 houses inside this area, so we went in.
This location is located on the opposite side of the road from X Adventure Camp. It’s also accessible from the farm (which is how we found out about it). This location features broad open grassy expanses with a few pebbles in the distance. The area is virtually unspoiled, excluding one or two shepherds feeding their goats on the grounds.
Places to Have Food
The roadway from Bangalore to Ramangara is lined with restaurants of your choice.
We ate at the following locations:
Gardenia Udupi They served delicious Paneer butter masala and butter rotis.
Dinner at X Adventor’s Camp near Ramanagara. They provided rice with dal, a dessert, and pickles, as well as a Chole Sabzi. It was filling enough for the evening.
Breakfast at Hotel Sri Renuka Tiffanies on our trip back to Bangalore. In the mornings, they exclusively offered Thatte Idlies and Rice Baths, and the place was packed. It was well worth the detour.