The rules in Wales are similar to England and wild campers will need to seek landowner’s permission first.
However, the rules are slightly different in Scotland. The Pitchup spokesperson said: “In Scotland, right-to-roam laws are still in place, which means that wild camping is still legal.
“You can set up and camp in certain areas across Scotland as long as you follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
“However it is important to note in places like Loch Lomong and the Trossachs National Park, you are required to purchase a camping permit between the months of March and September.”