The freedom it brings is perhaps the greatest reason why anyone would be tempted by the caravanning lifestyle. Whether it’s a family holiday, getting away with friends for a couple of days, or year-round permanent siting at a campground, all is within reach.
A caravan is a huge financial investment. So the question of whether it makes sense for you is valid. It’s going to cost money initially as well for ongoing maintenance. However, compared to the costs of taking many holidays throughout the year, spending on a caravan does make sense, even from a financial perspective.
There Are Several Types of Caravans Out There, but These Are the Ones You Should Know About –
- A conventional caravan with four solid walls and a full height rod is the most basic type of caravan there is. Its length can vary greatly and depending on its size, it can be a single axle or a twin axle caravan. You can expect a decent amount of storage space, several rooms, furnished and well equipped to provide home-like comfort eliminating any need for hotels or motels.
- A tent trailer is usually a good starting point as it can be towed by almost any car, boasts huge living space, includes several pieces of equipment like fridge, showers, air conditioning and is extremely easy to set up and store.
- Camper trailers are quite similar to tent trailers in many ways but sturdier, have a pop-top roof, and extendable tent berths at both the ends. They come furnished and are easy to tow. However, they are smaller in size but offer comfort and are more affordable.
- Pop-top trailers come with built-in amenities, storage and have the same things to offer as a conventional caravan, except that its roof pops up and down giving you more headspace. These are light-weight and experience less air resistance while driving on highways and freeways. However, for a larger family, Pop-out caravans may prove a better choice as the pop-out sections at the ends provide you with extra space for additional beds.
- If you’re looking for a large caravan offering a huge amount of living space, a Fifth-Wheeler may be what you’re looking for. However, as big as it is, you’ll need a bigger vehicle to tow it (like a pickup truck).
Caravans can offer cheap holidays (saving you on accommodation, eating out and other things) and are really convenient, saving you a lot of time and energy that would otherwise be spent on waiting in queues, preparing, advanced booking and what not. You also have the option to sublet it which will likely take care of all the yearly expenses. Visit Caravans For Sale for more information.