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The great thing about camping is that you can go away often for short breaks at a low cost and explore the country or visit the same site numerous times, whichever you prefer. We tend to do a mixture. Visit a couple of sites we know, but also try a few new ones. We are glad we tried Linc Lane Campsite last year and got that booked again already for next year for a week.
In this article we are going to show you how using just 19 days off you can get 47 days off, but first why is having holidays important.
Taking holidays is important for a number of reasons.
First, taking time off work can help you relax and recharge. When you’re constantly working, it can be easy to feel burnt out and stressed. Taking a break can help you feel more refreshed and energized when you return to work.
Second, taking holidays can also help you improve your mental health. Taking time to relax and engage in activities that you enjoy can help reduce stress and improve your overall well-being.
Third, taking holidays can also help you build stronger relationships with your loved ones. When you’re always working, it can be difficult to find time to spend with your family and friends. Taking a break can give you the opportunity to connect with the people who are most important to you.
Finally, taking holidays can also help you gain new perspectives and experiences. When you’re on vacation, you have the opportunity to try new things and visit new places, which can broaden your horizons and give you new insights.
Before we give you the dates, the article assumes that you work the standard 9-5 Monday to Friday and get BH off. If you don’t you can still use these dates to your advantage but tailor them to suit your needs.
Take these four days off prior to Good Friday and Easter Monday for a full ten days off
- Monday, April, 3
- Tuesday, April, 4
- Wednesday, April, 5
- Thursday, April, 6
Booking these 4 days off will give you a whole 9 days off, whether you chose to have a long break away or maybe two short breaks, thats your a decision you will have to make.
- Tuesday, May 2
- Wednesday, May 3
- Thursday, May 4
- Friday, May 5
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End of May/Early June 2023
Again you have the option to get another 9 days off and this time the weather should be warmer, maybe a campsite by the coast for 7 days. That will give you two days at home to catch up before going back to work.
- Tuesday, May 30
- Wednesday, May 31
- Thursday, June 1
- Friday, June 2
End of August/Early September 2023
Again these 4 days holiday use is going to give you 9 days off. This is the end of the school holidays so if you have kids you will need to check when they go back to school before booking some camping trips.
- Tuesday, August 29
- Wednesday, August 30
- Thursday, August 31
- Friday, September 1
Booking the below three days off gives you a whopping 10 days holiday, you might not want to spend the time camping, but there is a wide selection of campsites which are open all year round, you can spend this time with family and friends making memories as well as planning 2024 camping trips.
- Wednesday, December 27
- Thursday, December 28
- Friday, December 29
You might want to book these days off sooner so that you can get the time approved and therefore start booking camping trips.
So now you have the time booked off, it’s time to find your campsites. Camping can be a fun and enjoyable way to spend a short weekend. Here are a few tips to help make your camping trip a success:
- Choose a campsite that meets your needs: Consider the location, amenities, and activities available at the campsite.
- Pack the right gear: Make a list of the items you’ll need for your trip, including a tent, sleeping bag, flashlight, and cooking supplies.
- Plan your meals: Decide on what meals you’ll prepare and bring any necessary ingredients and cooking equipment.
- Respect the environment: Follow Leave No Trace principles and be mindful of your impact on the natural surroundings.
By following these tips, you can have a safe and enjoyable camping trip. Don’t forget to have fun and make the most of your time in the great outdoors!
Hi, I am Amy I have two loves in my life camping and writing. When I am not writing for The Expert Camper, I am usually camping. Lake District is one of my favourite spots, but really anywhere in the UK under canvas I am happy.