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Transparent Camping Truly Captures The Beauty Of Nature





One of the main reasons we go camping is to get close to nature, but zipping ourselves into a little canvas box holds us back from experiencing the beauty of nature. Of course, there’s always the option of sleeping outside with just a sleeping bag and no tent.

However, the weather will not always be perfect as it’s often too cold. Also, it’s not too safe in some areas. With this dilemma, transparent camping became the best option to combine safety and enjoying nature at the same time.

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Transparent camping is a recent Instagram trend where people upload photos of themselves chilling in their tents after an exhausting hike or a long swim, just without its top and with the zippers down. You won’t be able to do it in the rain or heavy wind, of course, but if the weather is just right, you can get a good rest while enjoying the view at the same time.

It is, of course, worth noting that there’s much more to camping than the breathtaking scenery. Most people go on camping trips because they’re tired of the city and are ready for an adventure.

Another really important aspect of camping is how it helps you build and strengthen relationships. Just imagine the quality bonding time you can enjoy as you reconnect with people and have intimate conversations well into the night.

So yes, camping alone is plenty of fun but if you bring along a friend or family member, you’ll enjoy a unique experience together that will help you keep a healthy, happy relationship.

Also, keep in mind that camping isn’t a glamorous activity but that’s the beauty of it. All you really need to do is to enjoy good company and witness what mother nature has to offer.

Those who camp regularly will share about how the first few days back from a trip seem happier. This isn’t without merit; spending some time outside in the sunlight can even out the levels of melatonin in your brain which is the chemical that makes you feel tired and can induce feelings of depression.

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