Does Fiffi have to stay at home? No, of course not! Camping is the best way to travel with pets. However, there are a few things to consider: How will your pets survive the trip, what do you need to take with you, and what travel regulations do individual countries have.
Crickets chirping in the summer night, well heard through the fabric bellows of the pop-up roof. The drumming of raindrops on the roof shell accompanies you to sleep. Wind rattles the van while you sit comfortably in the warm. Camping is an adventure, especially for children. If you want to travel with children, a few tips will help to make your family vacation unforgettable.
A serious alternative to the VW Bulli - Just a dream?
Back when we were all hippies, we used to go around with him. Later, we put the kids in it and the four of us went camping. On the way, there were sometimes craftsmen in the same vehicle right next to us at the traffic lights. Everyone wanted it - everyone had it: the VW bus. What has changed since then? Somehow not much. Or has it?
Snow dunes, icicles, winter forests - All about vanlife in the cold season
The air tastes of winter cold. The icicles on the pine needles catch the morning sunlight. Yellow flashes on the freshly fallen crystals on the ground. The tracks of a deer at the edge of the forest break through the white layer, nothing else. And in the middle of it all: your van. Winter camping is the dream of many, but to ensure that the dream of an idyllic camping trip in a flurry of flakes doesn't turn into a cold horror, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Safe is safe? - Insuring a motorhome: What you need to consider
Fist-sized hailstones dent your motorhome roof, some villain steals your bike from the luggage rack and a marten bites through the cables of your van - not only annoying, but often also uninsured! Which is all the more annoying as a result. So it's best to insure the motorhome properly in advance - but how?
Rent a motorhome privately - What you need to consider
Your frog-green VW bus, fully equipped with pop-up roof, solar cell and extra built-in sliding windows, sits sadly in the garage for most of the year. Not only the running costs annoy some owners, but also the idea that the vehicle is not used sustainably is a pity for many. So why not make other camping enthusiasts happy and rent out your own vehicle privately? But how does that work best? Here you get help.