When I read Camplus’ articles, I am often struck by certain words and pictures.

For example, these words:

“If the city is a symbol of human beings becoming mature and civilized, then returning to nature means looking at the heart through the mirror, longing for a moment to return to the natural state of simplicity, straightforwardness, and freedom.”

"What we are pursuing is not only a physical "home", but also the habitat of the soul. When we go outdoors and put up a tent when camping, we build an outdoor home to keep our body and mind away from each other. In this secular place, you can get a moment of rest and precipitation, and find the essence of life.”

How to describe the feelings they bring?

There is tranquility.

Feeling excited.

There is yearning.

I love it so much that I don’t even want to overlap them for layout.

A tent of Camplus X The Art of Walking


Yizhang Camplus is a new outdoor lifestyle platform that not only focuses on the human soul to inhabit nature, but also pays attention to the protection of nature and the environment.

Draw energy from nature and give back to nature with human warmth.

And, put this protection into practice.

During camping activities, they will try to maintain the original ecology of the natural environment, minimize the generation of garbage, and will practice and recommend more environmentally friendly outdoor products and equipment.

For example, the EKOBO outdoor series is a common item used by Camplus when camping .

With EKOBO lunch boxes, coffee mugs and outdoor sets,

Replace disposable tableware.

As a new ecological and environmentally friendly French brand, EKOBO's lunch boxes, coffee cups, and outdoor sets can not only replace disposable tableware, reduce waste generation, and protect the environment. Its environmental protection is also reflected in the selection of raw materials and degradable characteristics.

EKOBO chooses to use faster-growing bamboo to make bamboo fiber products. Bamboo is one of the planet's renewable resources , and it can be continuously harvested every 3 years without harming the plant or the surrounding environment. During the three-year bamboo growth process, it can prevent insects and antibacteria by itself, eliminating the need for manual spraying of pesticides, fertilizers, herbicides, etc., reducing environmental pollution. Moreover, bamboo fiber products decompose naturally in the soil and are environmentally friendly and biodegradable.

Establish a production system that is truly natural and non-toxic to humans and the environment, combine modern art design with green environmental protection concepts, and bring organic, environmentally friendly, safe and non-toxic bamboo fiber products into homes, using renewable resources from the source to achieve Not only is it naturally decomposable, but it is also renewable.

This is EKOBO’s insistence on environmental protection.

In the chaos of the world, there are always some things that are worthy of our persistence and protection.

Environmental protection seems to be a big proposition, but it is actually a collection of small actions.

Each person's little bit seems to be insignificant to the overall environment in the short term, but over time, the data is astonishing.

At the Green Life Festival created by EKOBO and Ant Forest, people always remembered one statistic: it takes 200 years to degrade a plastic bag!

In life, people use countless disposable products for convenience.

For ordinary people, we may not be the heroes who can turn the tide, but reducing the use of disposable products is within our capabilities.

For example, use lunch boxes or lunch boxes instead of plastic bags to contain food when you go out, and wash them at home after use, which can reduce the use of plastic bags.

For example, when buying coffee, bring an environmentally friendly coffee cup instead of the disposable paper cups in the coffee shop, which can reduce the use of disposable cups.

Human beings need a pure land.

Why doesn't nature need it?

In terms of persistence in "environmental protection", Camplus coincides with EKOBO and always insists on being a down-to-earth practitioner.

We traveled through mountains, forests, grasslands, deserts and lakes, washing away layers of lead.

After returning, the original intention of the young man remains unchanged.