There are many different styles of camping, from the luxury to the very basic. If you are like a lot of us who like to camp in conditions that are not really the norm and without the luxury of a fully fledged campsite then camping in the jungle maybe something you might want to try. It can be extremely liberating to be out in the rain forest, living with nature, however it doesn’t come without its dangers. An article produced by A Walkabout In The Rio Platano Biosphere explains everything you need to know before embarking into your epic journey into the wild.
Camping in the Jungle: The Basics you Need to Know
Where to set up camp:
Tenting is generally safe to do in most ‘national parks’, biosphere reserves, and protected areas — at most times of the year throughout Latin America. I usually recommend not camping near streams or rivers, which may be prone to flash flooding after a rain – rain which may be falling unknown to you in another valley far from your location. Continue Reading