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5 Important Tips While Trekking In Aussie Forests

 November 7, 2014  /  Comments Off on 5 Important Tips While Trekking In Aussie Forests

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Australia has a wide variety of forests. Even though it is one of the driest continents, Australia is laced with almost 147 million hectares of forests in which there are 7 major types including Rainforests, Eucalyptus, Acacia and Mangrove. The real connection to nature is actually built here in these forests, far from the noises of the cities and the shadows of tall buildings. This is where the sun rises and the chirping of the birds wake you up. Moreover, the forests are heritage listed. So if you’re planning to visit here, we get you the 5 most important tips to make the trek absolutely safe and fun.

The Safe 5

As the forest area can be a bit dangerous and the climate sometimes be too harsh to handle, these are some important tips you need to follow:

1. Clothing:

Wear something light. Well, no one would like to get all sweaty and sticky in just thirty minutes of trekking trip. If possible, wear a loose t shirt and shorts so that you feel free in the mostly hot and humid forests. Avoid wearing tights at all cost.

2. Choose Your Footwear Wisely:

Know your terrain well. So, before going to the trek trip, it would be better to know about the forest you’re visiting to choose the correct footwear. Some forests in Australia have a really good and easy walks where you should wear something light. While in the rugged tough terrains, it is advised to wear something strong and supportive.

5 Important Tips While Trekking In Aussie Forests

3. Hydrate Accordingly:

Well, it is not wise to be without water on a trekking trip in the hot forests. Neither is it advised to drink a lot to avoid sweat. Again, you should know about the climatic conditions and hydrate accordingly because too much water might make you sweaty and limbs swollen. Therefore, it would be better to sip some at regular intervals to keep the body cool.

4. Carry Bag Pack:

Now this doesn’t need to have clothes of all sorts and all the luxurious items. Make sure to carry some necessary items like maps, torch, compass, all-purpose knife, matches, rope, mosquito repellents, first aid kit, piece of cloth or net(for nights) and a flare gun for emergency signals. Your bag pack should be light and consist of only the materials which are of paramount importance.

5. Rest:

All the fun of the trekking trip is gone if you fall sick. So there is no point of walking effortlessly throughout the journey in the harsh sun and the dark of night. What you should do is, to give ample rest and peace to your body by sleeping from midnight to 4 and then again in the noon.

Join the Jungle!

Join the trekking trip or make your own experience memorable in the absolutely stunning and beautiful forests of Australia. If you don’t live here and plan to visit for your wonderful trekking, get your visa immediately from Australian visas without any problem and join the jungle to begin the adventure. Safe trekking and all the best!

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  • Published: 3 years ago on November 7, 2014
  • Last Modified: November 10, 2014 @ 4:20 am
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