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18 August, 2022

Top tips for your Campervan Adventure

Imagine waking up in a different location every day, hitting the road with good company and even better scenery… Embracing your spontaneous side and travelling with no limits as you explore the beauty of the world like never before… Going off the beaten track, discovering hidden gems and watching the sunset amidst a new landscape every night…

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Sound good? It’s time to start planning a camper holiday. We have a wide range of trips dedicated to the Camper Crusier in you!

If you’ve never been on a campervan holiday before? Don’t worry. That’s what we are here for. From finding the right vehicle to picking the best locations to start your adventure.

To get you started, here is our top 5 tips for travelling on four wheels.

1) Don't plan too much

Sound good? It’s time to start planning a camper holiday. We have a wide range of trips dedicated to the Camper Crusier in you!

If you’ve never been on a campervan holiday before? Don’t worry. That’s what we are here for. From finding the right vehicle to picking the best locations to start your adventure.

To get you started, here is our top 5 tips for travelling on four wheels.

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2) Pick your season wisely

Sound good? It’s time to start planning a camper holiday. We have a wide range of trips dedicated to the Camper Crusier in you!

If you’ve never been on a campervan holiday before? Don’t worry. That’s what we are here for. From finding the right vehicle to picking the best locations to start your adventure.

To get you started, here is our top 5 tips for travelling on four wheels.

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3) Avoid driving at night

Aside from the fact that driving at night is often tiring, there are potentially more reasons why you should avoid turning on the engine after daylight.

Animals in Oceania countries are nocturnal! Kangaroos, wallaby’s and wombats come out to play when the sun goes down and they tend to like roaming on roads.

As the temperature drops, the roads remain warm and made for the perfect place for wildlife to sleep. They are not known for their quick reaction times and a collision would almost always be inevitable.

Set off in the sunny skies and make your journeys while it’s daylight if possible.

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4) Choose the right vehicle for you

The exciting thing about a campervan holiday is that it’s personal to you, and your van should reflect your needs and wishes.

Your vehicle should accommodate the amount of people on your trip, the places that you plan to visit, how long you plan to explore, how comfortable you want to be and, of course, your budget.

With a range of different vehicles to suit your individual needs, you are bound to find the perfect match for you, adding to your perfect holiday.

Whereabouts offer an array of vehicles and can match you to your ideal van.

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5) Tick off your destination bucket list

Campervan holidays truly are an unforgettable experience. Each territory has something unique to offer, whether you want to hit the most popular tourist spots or smaller coastal towns.

No matter where you travel, having a bucket list will help you to make the most of your trip and is something great to look back on when your holiday comes to an end.

Go scuba diving, learn to surf or ignite your brave side by skydiving, make the most of your holiday and enjoy every second!

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For more information on this topic, you can check out the whereabouts website https://whereaboutsholidays.com/camper-cruisers

Whereabouts has partnered with Travellers Autobarn, specialist campervan rentals in USA, Australia and new Zealand to offer customers a wide range of vans including 2 – 5 berths, with a wide range of drop off and pick up points.

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