Last weekend, our digital marketing specialist, Erin, took our bright yellow Tiree rental camper out in search of some great campervan campsites. A quick look online uncovered the gem that is Comrie Croft Eco-Camping Site. Comrie Croft had excellent reviews and on their website they noted that they had recently put in a dedicated area for campervans. Friday came and it was time to pack the marshmallows and dominoes and head up to Comrie. The facilities at this campsite for camper vans exceeded expectations and with their great mountain biking trails onsite it truly is a great place to stop for an adventure!
We asked Domhnall, owner of a VW T5 Cromarty conversion, a few questions about his Jerba experience…so far! We found out he uses his campervan in all weather and not just for holidays but also for work accommodation. Domhnall has a question at the end he would love your help with…head over to our Facebook to give your answer!
In this article Fiona tells us about a few of the adventures they have been on in their Jerba Campervan, Brambles, and some of the rookie errors they have made along the way! Fiona has also created a list of 5 top tips for awning users to ensure that you will never again struggle to put up or remove your awning and to make sure no one else ever takes “your” beauty spot!…over to you Fiona!
In this article Iain tells us about their mighty 8,000 mile road trip to the Baltics last year and provides us with his best tips for wild forest camping. At the end of this article we asked about Iain about his Jerba experience and we are very appreciative of his lovely comments! Spectacular inspirational travel photos throughout this article!…over to you Iain!
In this blog article Sarah and Peter Condon tell us about their favourite trips away in their LWB Jerba Campervan! From their very first trip after collecting their camper to their Euro trip to Italy in September 2017. Sarah and Peter’s Jerba Campervan has enabled these wonderful adventures, interesting stories and not to forget the amazing photographs throughout this article! We went on to ask them what their plans were for the future…and we weren’t even the smallest bit surprised by their answer for their long term plan! …over to you Sarah!
She’s big and grey like an elephant and so, we reasoned, our van’s name ought to be “Nellie”. As in Nellie the Elephant? Ok, it works for us. But more often than not, she simply gets referred to as “base camp”, because our fabulous, long wheelbase Jerba campervan has been the start and ending point of some of our most memorable adventures.
A solar panel on the roof of your camper van can dramatically increase your independence. In the summer months, the right size and quality of panel will produce sufficient amps to run your fridge, lights and water pump without the need to plug into 230v mains power or drive the vehicle to recharge the leisure battery.