You will need to pack food that will last for several days. Choose food that is easy to store and doesn't require refrigeration. Canned food, dried fruit, and jerky are all good options.
Pack enough water to last for several days. You can either pack bottled water or invest in a water filter so that you can purify water from streams or ponds.
3. First Aid Supplies:
Make sure to pack a first aid kit that includes supplies for treating injuries such as cuts and burns. It's also important to pack supplies for treating common illnesses such as nausea, diarrhea, and dehydration.
4. Clothing and Shelter:
Pack clothing that is appropriate for the climate and terrain where you will be bugging out. Make sure to include a sturdy shelter such as a tent or tarp.
5. Hygiene and Sanitation Supplies:
Pack hygiene supplies such as soap, shampoo, and toothpaste. Sanitation supplies such as toilet paper and hand sanitizer are also important.
6. Tools and Weapons:
Pack a basic tool kit containing items such as a knife, hammer, and saw. If you plan on bringing a weapon, make sure you are familiar with how to use it safely.
7. Communication Equipment:
Pack a cell phone or other form of communication device so that you can stay in touch with others in the event of an emergency.
8. Navigation Equipment:
Pack a compass and map so that you can find your way in case you become lost.
9. Miscellaneous Supplies:
Pack any additional items that you may need such as sunscreen, insect repellent, and sunglasses.