This isn’t a picnic (but it is meant to be fun). Out on the trails during the Moab Easter Jeep® Safari, you can’t bring everything you might need but there are some items that are absolute must-haves. Here are a few of ours:
Water bottle - we’re in the desert, after all. Fill it up as often as you can.
Hat - it’s best to bring something more protective than a baseball cap, to keep the sun off of your ears and neck, too.
Layers of clothing – they say, “If you don’t like the weather in Utah, wait 5 minutes.” Wear layers so that you can remove (or add) them as the weather permits.
Sunscreen - there will be sun. Lots of it. Stay protected and keep your skin healthy.
Recovery strap – preferably made of nylon (and without hooks). If you need help, recovery straps will do the trick and are much safer to use than tow straps, because they stretch.
Spare Tire – don’t be caught off guard should some tough terrain render one of your tires non-operational.
Food – trust us when we say you’ll have no problem working up an appetite while you’re navigating. Be prepared with some healthy fuel.
CB Radio – not necessarily required, but the CB radio is the preferred means of communication for many out on the trails.
Camera – the Moab Easter Jeep Safari is an adventure of a lifetime. When you’re not navigating, snap plenty of photos – you’re in one of the most scenic places in the world.
What items are essential to you when you head out to navigate the trails?