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Wild camping around the world: a complete guide

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Fundamental to wild camping – or freedom camping – is self-reliance. Pitching a tent or throwing down a bivvy bag anywhere you like is a romantic concept, but intrepid travellers beware: sleeping under the stars comes with different rules and legal restrictions wherever you are. It also comes with responsibility for the environment and for your own safety. To make sure you’re clued up, here’s our complete guide to responsible wild camping. Pixabay/CC0 Where in the world am I permitted to wild camp? Each country has its own rules and, in much of the world, pitching up anywhere you like simply isn’t...

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Camping is Good for you!

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Camping is Good for you!

Can't Sleep? Study Says You Should Try Camping for a Few Nights                  A weekend camping trip may be the solution to everything from a lack of productivity at work to diabetes, according to a study published Thursday in Current Biology. Melatonin levels in the body regulate the body's sleep schedule, increasing when it's time for bed and falling when it's time to wake up. But NPR reports most people's melatonin levels don't fall until a few hours after they wake up because our modern environment has thrown the body's natural circadian rhythm out of order. This creates a...

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Tips For Tournament Fishing

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Tips For Tournament Fishing

     Tournament fishing is a great way to see how your fishing skills stack up against others’. Many anglers find that tournament fishing is a great way to feed their competitive nature and enjoy the added pressure of trying to catch fish when time is running out. It’s also a great way to learn new things and meet new friends along the way. Whether you are a beginner or experienced angler, there are several things you can do to increase your chances at having a successful tournament.      One of the most important things to do for tournament...

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