It leaves the comfort zone
Once he reaches the camping area, the teenager will step out of his comfort zone. He will no longer find the warm meal prepared by his mother in the evening or the ready-made bed before going to bed.
He will have to set up the tent, prepare the snacks from the dishes brought from home and create a comfortable bed from the… sleeping bag. It is an experience that will teach him to fend for himself, with very few things to ensure his comfort.
He can overcome his fears
In a camp with a tent, the teenager can learn to overcome some of his phobias. Thus, if he is the shy, withdrawn type of young man, he will learn to have fun with others.
Because what could be more pleasant than an evening of chatting, dancing or karaoke, in front of a campfire? At the same time, if he is more shy, he can muster up the courage to speak in front of a group, even just to say something.
He will follow the rules
As the tents are close to each other, such a vacation will also teach him a lesson about respect. Thus, he will have to not make noise after a certain time, in order not to disturb the others, or he will have to not play the music to the maximum, because he is in a large group of people, whose tastes differ.
It teaches him to be orderly
The very planning of such an outing in the middle of nature is a life lesson. Because the teenager has to be very careful with the luggage, so that he does not wake up without a thick sweater for the evening or without batteries for the flashlight. Prepare the luggage together, but you just watch over him and tell him only at the end if he forgot something important.
Learn new things
A few days in the heart of the mountains will also give him the opportunity to learn new things. For example, how to make a campfire.
Moreover, the fact that he will no longer be at home, in front of the computer, will make him take a break from social networks and appreciate the small pleasures of life. Like a starry sky or picking berries.