Camping or exploring Africa in a private high-tech rooftop tented car is really a very good feel and quite cheap, staying outdoors in the wilderness – with excellent views. A rooftop tent is totally secure, while camping in the wilderness, as there’s no animal that can climb up the roof to cause any harm on you – who really doesn’t love the feeling of being in a tree fort in the wilderness!
You can go camping in many states and national parks, at private campgrounds or anywhere in the Park with your fully equipped rooftop tent car, in the back countries. Part of the joy of camping is that you need very little gear to exist outdoors. While you’re packing, use this handy camping checklist to make sure you don’t forget anything important. This is a comprehensive list, and we don’t expect you to bring along every item — though we won’t judge you if you do!
First of all, with the rooftop car, the Roof top tents have a thick foam mattress built in that keeps you warm and comfortable. The entire floor of the tent is foam too, so you can roll around all over without any problem. Therefore, a roof top tent offers you with enough space as all the storage space in your vehicle that you would have used for the storage of sleeping bags and mattress is now free as they are stored up in the roof tent.
Experience an unforgettable trip in Africa when you throw our bags in the back, and then hit the open road with a strong 4×4 rooftop tent car with free mileage. With a rooftop tent car, cooking is made easy with the barbecue set, complete kitchen set, water tank, gas brander en gasfles, and a table and chairs plus a mini refrigerator for cold drinks always. The dust-free storage chest is ideal to store cooking equipment and provisions.
Meanwhile, what you should pack when you are going on a camping trip doesn’t actually differ from what you pack on any other African trip. Don’t forget to validate your passport, and also your travel insurance and itinerary as well. Other things to include on your packing list include; sunglasses, hat, long sleeved clothes, prescription medications, camera and binoculars, casual and comfort clothes, comfortable walking/hiking boots and socks, heavy clothes like warm jackets and sweaters, scarf, swimming suits, rain coat (especially gorilla ad chimpanzee enthusiasts), and preventative pharmaceuticals.
Of course, you shouldn’t forget to move with your phone along with its respective charger and remind your car hire company to prepare (buy) for you a local Sim card. A rechargeable torch is also ideal though a small battery-powered torch is more sufficient.
Do not forget to carry the travel maps and GPS with you as well. A travel diary or journal is also something that we recommend. Your sense of humor and patience is also something that you need to go with on an African trip along with common sense, the rest will be history!!