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How to prepare for Coachella in couple of steps? 

Coachella is one of the biggest music festivals in the U.S. and thousands of people visit it every year. If you are planning to head to Coachella, then you must come prepared. The goal is to maximize your fun and worry less about the problems you may encounter. That’s why we have prepared this guide, to help you survive and enjoy your time here.

Getting there

Flying or renting a car might be the most efficient way to get here. It’s affordable, and you can always book a flight in advance, in this way, your expenses will be even lower. On the other hand, if you hate waiting at the airport and bothering about flight schedule, renting a cat is your best option. It might not be cheap, but it’s the most comfortable way to get to California. Just don’t forget about general traffic, jams and parking.

Where to stay

You can choose between a couple of options. First, you can try on-site camping, which can be an excellent option if you want to experience this festival. Keep in mind this is camping after, and you won’t have all the necessities nearby. The second option you can explore is off-site camping and compared to on-site camping it’s not an ideal solution, but it’s affordable. Hotels can be another alternative. Maybe camping isn’t your thing, and you want to relax after long hours of dancing, with a hot bath and a warm bed.

What to wear

CoachellaLike with any other festival, you should wear comfortable clothes. Even though Coachella stands for the most trendies festival in the country, you can still look fashionable and comfortable. While temperature is high during the day, it can drop like crazy at night, so be prepared to bring some layers. Some of the necessities you should bring with you is a backpack, two pairs of comfortable shoes, shorts, sunblock, hat, sunglasses and extra socks.

What to pack

When it comes to packing, many people have a hard time deciding what to bring with them. You should brink a small backpack with essential and emergency items at hotel or car. Here is our checklist of things you might need: water, cash, phone charger, lightweight towel, poncho, bug spray, band-aids, and chapstick. Once you get all these things, it’s time to relax and enjoy great music with your friends.