With all the exciting events coming to Silverstone this summer, and it being a great place to visit all year round, it is important to work out how your stay will work! In order to maximise time at the track, minimise time in traffic and spending over your budget, Silverstone camping in a motorhome is the only way to go! Read on to find out how you can organise your camper hire, find camping near Silverstone and things to do in the area!
We couldn’t help but notice Oliver and Sofia’s gorgeous photos across the globe as they explored New Zealand in a campervan, so we made sure to catch up with them once they had returned! They shared their New Zealand road trip with us, including tips for anyone looking to enjoy a similar experience. New Zealand is an absolutely stunning country, and the best way you can explore this vast land is behind the wheel of a motorhome, as that is actually how Goboony began.
If you’re from the UK, you have certainly heard of the North Coast 500 by now. Known alternatively as the Scottish Route 66, this heavenly drive has quickly become the face of Scottish road trips. But for those of you unfamiliar with the famed NC500 route, or simply looking for a more exact description, we are here to help! We’re going to run you through the entire North Coast 500 road trip, from start to finish. This will naturally include your North Coast 500 motorhome accommodation as well as things to do on the way. So before you pack your bags and organise your campervan hire in Scotland and let's find out your NC 500 route and itinerary.
Camping is often mistakenly interpreted as a summer activity, accompanied only by scorching weather and school holidays. But camping can be a great activity, whether with friends or family, throughout the entire year. Camping trips can be the ideal getaway for a weekend, a half term break or even during winter! To ensure this is always possible and to minimize disappointment, it is important to know which campsites in Scotland are open all year round. Here are 5 campsites in Scotland for you to peruse, along with who they’re suited for, how to get there and any other details worth knowing!
A region bursting with history and beautiful nature, Northumberland is the perfect destination for a road trip adventure in the UK. You will be hard pressed to see all of its fascinating sites in one trip, but this blog will show you what to do in Northumberland so you get the most out of your time there! We will also help you find the best places to camp in Northumberland with a list of our favourite campsites.
The Cornwall peninsula is filled with wild moorland, sandy beaches and rugged coastlines. Within it you’ll find the Cornish Riviera, the elegantly named south coast that is home to picturesque harbour villages and countless camping possibilities. Alternatively, the north coast is considered to be a great surfing destination, along the backdrop of towering cliffs and seaside resorts. Cornwall is your ideal campervan destination, filled with dainty roads, natural campsites and countless things to do! In this blog you’ll learn about the ingredients required for the perfect campervan trip to Cornwall.
Wicklow is often overshadowed by neighbouring Dublin, but missing out on this county during your trip to Ireland would be a big mistake. It is renowned for its namesake mountains, country estates, Irish Sea coastline and the Wicklow Way. You’ll find plenty of things to do in Wicklow, and the difficult part will be choosing between them all. So we’ve tried to help by narrowing it down to our top 5 things to do in Wicklow. So start reading, start planning, and don’t be shocked if camping in Wicklow comes up as one!
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.
Europe has always been a spectacular place to visit and a very popular sailing destination in today’s world. This is all due to the Mediterranean Sea that comes with an ideal climate and great sailing conditions. This sea is the home to many amazing places that tend to attract a large number of sailing fanatics every year. So read on and find out the top sailing destinations present in Europe that you can enjoy.
Many motorhome travellers look for overnight options outside of a campsite, either for flexibility, budgeting or more freedom. This leaves two options; wild camping and overnight parking. We’ll outline both to you, and help you find overnight parking options across the UK and Europe. So read on to discover how you can enjoy the ultimate freedom of motorhome travel without being constricted to a campsite.
Italy… The one country you can be sure of being on almost everyone’s bucket list. The dolce vita takes on a whole new dimension in this country; from delicious neapolitan pizza, gelato of your dreams or elegant red wine to artistic masterpieces, beautiful music, thousands of years worth of culture and the azure sea with some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe, Italy checks all the boxes of a perfect holiday. So if you want to know what the top places to visit in Italy are, then grab a cappuccino and enjoy the read!
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.
France is one of the top holiday destinations, which isn’t surprising given the sheer size of this nation, great weather and delicious food! Rent a motorhome with Goboony and explore the beauty of France deeper through wild camping. Wild camping allows you to escape the crowds and dive into the wilderness. Learn about the rules, etiquette and possibilities of wild camping in France for motorhomes!
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.
Have you thought about visiting Aberdeenshire? This stunning part of Scotland has access to the North Sea and there are countless unforgettable natural reserves, cities full of culture and hidden gems all around. We bring you this guide on things to do in Aberdeenshire and our favourite campsites where you can stay with your rented Goboony motorhome.
We’ve met so many people who’ve found not just a new way to have holidays, but a whole new life with the help of a campervan. But, making the leap isn’t easy. Here, we chat to Rebecca, whose love of camping took her on a journey from tents to a hired camper to creating Campfire Mag, the free online camping and campervanning magazine!
The stunning Isle of Arran is known by many as ‘Scotland in Miniature’, as it encompasses many of the beautiful features to be found across mainland Scotland. This is due to the island’s two very distinct geographical sides. Caused by the Highland Boundary Fault, the island is split into a mountainous highland north and a green lowland south, is populated by Scotland’s Big 5 species and has some fascinating ancient castles. Although there is so much to see on the Isle of Arran, it is the perfect destination for a short break and a true taste of Scotland!
Going away for easter can be the perfect break! in the wake of the winter months we're all ready for an uplifting trip. Our holidays in Easter are typically short, and there is so much going on around the UK. We feel therefore, that a motorhome holiday in the UK is the perfect way to unwind during the Easter weekend. Enjoy our selection of four things to get up to this easter!
Have you ever spent Valentine’s Day camping? Whether the answer is yes or no, you should go romantic glamping with your partner this year! Enjoy a delightful motorhome camping trip together and feel closer than ever. We’ll tell you exactly why this is the ultimate cute Valentine’s idea, and how to go about making it special for the one you love.
Looking for something to do in Nottinghamshire? Then make sure to explore the wonderful nature and fascinating history amongst the ancient trees of Sherwood Forest. Walk in the footsteps of kings, dukes and of course outlaws! Sherwood Forest is the legendary home of Robin Hood and his outlaw band and visitors have plenty of opportunities to discover their former haunts. There are also award winning culinary venues, unique nature reserves and unmissable parkland, so read on to discover the things to do in Sherwood Forest you cannot afford to miss! We will also recommend our favourite campsites in and near Sherwood Forest to ensure that you get the most out of your stay.