The perfect kit in a caravan: what to include to make it complete

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Hello caravaners!

How are you? We are very happy for the influx of people who came to see us on our 25th birthday. Thank you very much to all of you who came and we look forward to celebrating 25 more years with you.

Today we want to tell you about perfect first aid kit to take with you in the caravan when we go on a trip this summer (or actually, whatever date). It is important to bring resources in case something happens and many others to prevent it from happening, from medications to plasters through ear plugs or mosquito repellent.

Sometimes it will depend on the destination you choose (Spain, Europe or the rest of the world), because there will be places where you have to get vaccinated before going. However, regardless of where you travel, always include this complete first-aid kit in your caravan to be covered against any unforeseen event. Let's go there!

The perfect kit for caravans

We are going to separate the elements of the medicine cabinet into two large groups: medical supplies and medicines

#1. Sanitary material

You will use this material if you have made a wound and need to be cured or disinfected. Everything essential to include:

  • Cotton
  • Sterile gauze
  • Elastic bandage
  • Sticking plaster
  • Healing plasters
  • Disinfectant dressings
  • Tweezers
  • Alcohol
  • Peroxide
  • Mercromina
  • Soap
  • Antiseptic cream
  • Scissors

As you can see, all are basic and essential elements to heal a small wound, disinfect it and protect it. In any case, if the wound is bigger, you should go without thinking to a professional doctor who treats you.

perfect medicine cabinet


#2. Medicines for the medicine cabinet

  • Paracetamol, essential for headaches or muscle aches.
  • Ibuprofen for inflammations and swelling from possible blows, for example.
  •  Antidiarrheals like Fortasec. By changing your usual diet, drinks, and so on, diarrhea is easy and Fortasec is perfect for cutting it off.
  • The opposite can also happen to us and we may need a laxative against constipation. Also include it in the medicine cabinet.
  • Antacids for heartburn.
  • Antihistamines such as Ebastel or Polaramine for possible allergic reactions
  • Biodramina for dizziness.

As you can see, they are medicines that cover the basic needs in the face of small ailments that can arise on a day-to-day basis. Even so, if you have to take special medications, don't forget to include them in your suitcase.

perfect medicine cabinet


#3. Additional features

And then, we leave you some extra things that you can include in the kit to make it 10:

  • Thermometer
  • Earplugs
  • Mosquito repellent bracelets
  • Valerian for better sleep
  • Face masks
  • Sun cream and aftersun
  • Stomach protectors


Now you have no excuse for not having a first-aid kit for an expert road caravaner. By the way, what other things would you include in the kit? Is there something that you take and consider essential that we have not included? Let us know in the comments.



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