Have you heard? We’re taking back summer 2020! It’s been a tough year, and after weeks at home, the promise of summer is growing. But the best way to keep safe whilst enjoying your summer is a motorhome holiday. You’ll be able to self-isolate in your campervan, and avoid the crowds of public transport.
Have you ever considered what freedom means to you? For me, and many other women, it’s the chance to travel alone and not feel terrified the entire time. As women, we’re often warned against solo travel or camping alone, but this doesn’t have to be the case. Allow me to introduce my good friend; motorhome travel.
Travelling by motorhome is an amazing way to discover the United Kingdom and Ireland. A chance to get lost on endless roads through mystical landscapes, and come closer to nature, all in the comfort of your own home on wheels. Forget about 5 star hotels as you will experience 5 million stars with the starry sky above your campsite. But where can I spend the night with my motorhome? What types of motorhome stopovers are there and how can I find a motorhome parking near me? Can I also camp in the wild?
In the 2 metre distanced society that we’ve found ourselves in, the best, and perhaps only, way to enjoy a holiday is by hiring a motorhome! We’re living in stressful, unprecedented times, and everyone deserves a break. But, we don’t want to make things worse, and following governmental guidelines is vital. So that’s why you should consider motorhome hire for your Corona-proof getaway!
If you’ve never taken a road trip before in your life, consider this an encouragement to do so. Road trips are arguably the best way to get the most out of the places you visit - you’re free to stop wherever you please for however long you please. And a campervan makes it even more convenient and fun, so find out the 5 reasons you should take a motorhome road trip!
A tricky question many of us are faced with; what is the best time to take a road trip? For a road trip is a holiday like no other, faced with the gorgeous open road and the freedom to go anywhere you want! The best time of year for a road trip depends on many factors, so we’ll look at each season and suggest the best destinations and reasons to go then.
It’s your first motorhome holiday, how exciting! This is an adventure like no other, but it can be thrilling if you have no idea what to do. That’s why we’ve broken it down into an extensive list of everything you need to bring and know for your first motorhome holiday. From choosing a campervan to returning it after the holiday, this is your guide to your first campervan trip.
The freedom of motorhome travel is so tempting, endless roads, the wind in your hair and everything you need right there next to you! However it can also be a bit daunting. A VW campervan seems like no big deal, but a Swift motorhome? An American RV? Those are big vans to drive! Don’t panic, if you’re a decent driver then I am sure you can drive a campervan or motorhome. Keep reading, and soon you’ll be behind the wheel, cruising in complete comfort.
Motorhome hire and travel is a phenomena sweeping the globe, with the amount of campervan trips rising annually. Individuals of all ages, from families to elderly couples to young groups of travellers, are organising motorhome hire for their holiday. And not just summer holidays as you’d expect, but during all seasons, bank holidays and even ordinary weekends! If you’re considering joining this trend, but fear that you may be ill-suited to the motorhome hire lifestyle, then read on to discover whether motorhome travel works for you.
As gorgeous as the UK is, sometimes a trip across the Channel is exactly what you’re looking for! Bring your motorhome abroad with you for a budget-friendly and freedom-filled holiday in Europe. We’ll tell you the ways you can bring your campervan to Europe, what you need to know and some fun extra tips! So grab your best beret, prepare for some delicious waffles and start reading.
Gone are the days when a holiday meant calling the pet sitter, as more and more we appreciate the joys of pet-friendly motorhome travel! Now you can focus on packing for your trip, which is something that can raise a lot of questions. But creating a packing list for your camping trip with your dog isn’t tricky and mainly revolves around the following five items.