You asked and we listened! The Jerba Campervans owners group is now live on Facebook and it’s filled with valuable content. The group is a community of owners, both new and old, with potential new owners looking joining to ask a question and get a feel for the community. Join … Read more
With the coronavirus lockdown levels gradually being eased across the UK, the subject of staycations has never been so topical – but we feel some thought is needed before blowing the dust from your home from home and hitting the road. After a very difficult three months for very many … Read more
Four queer women, who’ve never been on holiday together, squeezed into a Jerba campervan, in Scotland, home of rain, in autumn? An ambitious route, covering more than 400 miles in just two days? What better way to put the “lesbians love camping” stereotype – and their friendship – to the test? … Read more
In Scotland the fried egg forecast does come, just sometimes, and when it does, it’s great to be able to drop everything and just go and enjoy it. And we did. Late September and with not a cloud in sight my wife and I headed north west with our 4-year-old … Read more
If you’re not already following us on Instagram, maybe it’s time to start. Each week, we bring inspiration to those who love travel, those who are thinking of making the leap into a camper van lifestyle, and those who simply want to see a ‘behind the scenes’ here at Jerba … Read more
It’s taken us four years of trying different options before finding what we consider to be the ideal option for a perfect night’s sleep in the van. We started off with just a fitted sheet on the bed; far too hard for us. Then, added a polyester filled mattress topper … Read more
The definition of a campervan is fairly straight forward with the Collins dictionary describing a campervan as; “a van which is equipped with beds and cooking equipment so that you can live, cook and sleep in it.” For us, a campervan is much more than that, it is the opportunity for adventure at a moment’s notice, it is a base for extreme sports, it is connecting with family and it is being that little bit closer to nature and that extra bit further from the rush hour traffic jam!