Awakening at the dawn, lazing around the lake, smells of grilled meats on the BBQ, evenings around the campfire … all the joys that lead to a break from routine. That said, it is useless to experience these experiences the hard way: when one is away from home, the daily pleasures are even more appreciated.
Examples? Enjoying a good espresso while camping, sitting on a comfortable chair to read or even taking a hot shower in the forest are all particularly delightful luxuries in the wilderness.
So here are some accessories to enjoy the well-being during your next getaway.
If you want to see what outdoor accessories are going to benefit you the most when you take a camping trip, then keep reading.
Stove with cutting board
You can not go unnoticed when arriving at an outdoor event with this kitchen accessory. At first glance, it looks like a shoulder bag, but it is actually a stove for camping with two burners. Its case unfolds to create a stable base and its oak lid serves as a cutting board.
With a 230 g LPG fuel cartridge, it operates at maximum capacity for more than 30 minutes.
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Other miscellaneous camping accessories
-Table, folding chairs.
-Gas stove (spare bottle), electric stove, barbecue.
-Matchbox, lighter, lighter.
-Kettle, coffee machine.
-Dishes (glasses, cups, plates) in plastic, cutlery (Swiss knife).
-Kitchen utensils: can opener, bottle opener, corkscrew, skewer skewers, kitchen gloves …
-Pan and stove with removable handle.
-Strainer and cutting board.
-Cooler and ice bread.
-Gourde, thermos, and kettle.
-Aluminum, cellophane film and Tupperware.
-Salt, pepper, oil, vinegar.
-Garbage bags and plastic bags.