Whether you're heading off to a festival or planning a British camping holiday this summer, these essentials from Get the Label are all you need to survive. I was kindly sent a Glamping Survival Kit full of goodies as Get the Label are currently running a competition to win a 2 night Glamping Holiday at one of 35 Wigwam sites across the UK, as well as a £75 GTL voucher and a survival box! Click here to see the details and enter!
Before we get on to the electronic goodies, lets face it - camping means we have to downsize the toiletries and the makeup bag and only take whats needed. Get the Label have provided me with packets of wet wipes - the ultimate travel companion! These Super Wipes are for removing food or drink stains from your clothes and I've never seen them before. I'm keen to see how well these work and will be keeping them handy in my bag.
Also included in the survival kit, Batiste Dry Shampoo, to freshen your roots when it's impossible to wash your hair, and a few energy drinks and food bars. Whilst at Glastonbury I wasn't eating particularly well - greasy food stands are everywhere! I was getting a lot of exercise but there was no way I was getting the vitamins I needed. It's good to have some healthy snacks shoved in your backpack and plenty of water.
This is where the Brita filter water bottle will save you from dehydration. If you're not a big fan of water, try it filtered. Being 'up-north' our tap water is pretty good but I struggle with the taste of the water in London so filling up a Brita water bottle for the day is the answer! Inside the box are 3 extra filters.
Also included, an outdoor bluetooth speaker, designed to be tough and splash proof. A pair of classic Havaiana flip flops, a selfie stick (of course!) and a solar powered charging device for your phone. This one is genius, if you're camping with no electricity then harness the power of the sun and you'll be able to take iPhone photos all day and night.
All these goodies come packed in a wooden box, perfect for storing snacks to take to the campsite. I'm yet to do any real 'glamping' - but the idea of those little Wigwam huts, with real comfy beds seems so attractive!