Equipment You Must Have
Not every trip will be the same, and some trips might require more or less kit for you to get by on.
But there are a few things you should never leave your house without if you’re going on an Overlanding adventure:
Spare Fuel & Spare Tire
Overlanding usually means you’ll be going to remote areas which are entirely uninhabited. And this usually means you can spend days away from any fill-up station. In addition, any broken tire you should have a strong full size one to finish the rest of the journey, here is a cool thing you can not miss:
First Aid Kit
Flashlight and headlamp, both are very useful in camping.
Hard Shell Rooftop Tent
Spend only 60 sec. to set up your sleeping package, save your car space, The great Aerodynamic Design save your gas, Centori Rooftop Tent provides different size from 2 person to 4 person of Hard Shell Rooftop Tents for your selection.
An essential part of survival is water, and when you’re going off-road, clean water sources can become hard to find. If you’re going on a long journey, it’s recommended to have at least two gallons of water per person per day.
Bring Car Refrigerator or coolers with you, depend on how your power supply system builtup, and your budget.
Power Supply is one of the most important thing for overlanding gears,some put on solar panel system, some just bring a portable power station, or both of them it can be easily get recharged with the efficient solar panel, Solar Saga 100W (sold separately) to provide green power. You can also use other flexible recharging ways with wall outlet, car outlet and electric Generator.
Another vital survival aspect is food, and if you love food as much as I do, it should be high up on your list. If you’re going Overlanding, it’s suggested you take non-perishable food on every trip.
Anything that requires little preparation and maximum calories without the fear of it going bad is a great food source to take.
There’s going to be a time where things don’t go as planned. And while you may wish you had your full tool cabinet with you, it’s not really feasible. In which case, it’s advisable to have a basic tool kit with you at all times, especially a tire repair kit.
Overlanding is a fantastic experience when it’s done correctly. It can open you up to some genuinely remote place that most people could only dream of visiting.
But with remoteness also comes danger, which is why planning your next adventure is so important.
If you follow this guide, you should be just fine, but remember, each adventure is different and may require more or less equipment.