Customer Adventures & Tips
Our Jerba Campervans lifestyle blog aims to provide both information and inspiration – from practical tips to stories and tales from owners who are out and about in their campervan. If you’re not a campervan owner already then we hope that our some of our articles inspire you to try one out. Remember we do hire three of our layouts!
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On this weeks Gastrotour episode Top Chef, Mark Greenaway of Grazing is the second chef to accept the challenge, cooking up his Baby Roast Chicken with roasted hazelnuts, cauliflower and roasted potatoes in the back of a Jerba Campervan.
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.