In autumn and winter, and perhaps even the early weeks of spring, it can be really cold for camping. This is why many campsites are seasonal as the demand simply isn’t there for the colder month.
However, some campsites do remain open all year round and many campers also like to ‘wild’ camp or park up in carparks and other spots that allow campervans for a night without charge.
So, whilst you may still find the perfect spot to camp, you must remember it’s going to be a lot colder than camping in the summer!
Even if the daytimes are warm, the evenings can quickly change and you’ll feel freezing in no time at all.
Not all is lost though, as there are plenty of ways to keep cosy and warm in your campervan in winter.
Here are some of the best ideas to stay warm when camping.
Continue reading “Tips for keeping warm and cosy in a campervan”
Taking a flight is usually an exciting time as most people flying are going on holiday!
However, for some people the flight can cause some discomfort in the ears, sometimes referred to as ‘airplane ear’.
This discomfort can include the ears feeling blocked with sound muffled and even pain.
Let’s take a look at what exactly airplane ear is and how it can be prevented.
Continue reading “Airplane ear: how to avoid ear pain during flight”
There’s plenty to keep you busy when going on holiday, from checking your passports are in date to booking accommodation, travel insurance and travel. But one thing that should not be overlooked is making sure your home is safe when you are away.
You don’t want to signal to passing burglars that your home is vacant and easy to access, and you don’t want to worry about this happening whilst you are enjoying your holiday!
So how can you secure your home whilst you are away?
Follow these tips to secure your home whilst you are away, so you can relax and enjoy your holiday!
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With lockdown no doubt wiping out your spring and summer holiday plans you could be forgiven for being a tad miffed. Don’t get mad, however, get skiing!
Even if you have never skied before, there are plenty of great resorts across Europe that are accepting bookings for the winter season. Unlike spring and summer, ski resort tour providers have still been able to offer their full range of holidays as if Covid-19 hadn’t happened.
They are eager to do this again, and as skiing holidays could be a good bet going forward should we end up in lockdown in the future, now is a good time to start shopping around for your first or next skiing holiday.
So how do you choose the perfect ski resort for you? Continue reading “Tips for booking a family ski holiday”
While on vacation, the last thing you’re probably worrying about is your health. It’s a time for relaxation, eating and drinking whatever you want, and leaving behind the anxieties of everyday life.
Unfortunately, without healthy habits, you could ruin your vacation. An upset stomach, unflattering bloating, or lack of energy can really put a damper on your adventures and make it hard to enjoy your trip.
Here are a few easy, stress-free ways to stay healthy on vacation without making big sacrifices. Continue reading “Staying healthy on vacation”
For any travel-hungry individuals who are looking for ways to discover a new place but aren’t physically capable to due to the coronavirus lockdown, we’ve got good news for you!
Did you know that many bucket-list worthy places can be visited online?
If not, we’ve put together a list of incredible places all around the world you can visit from the comfort of your couch. Get ready for some virtual travel! Continue reading “Places to visit during the lockdown from the comfort of your couch”
The global coronavirus pandemic is affecting our lives in so many ways, but mostly we are unable to travel and restricted to staying in our own homes the majority of the time in the current coronavirus lockdown.
Not only are we banned from travelling abroad or on holiday, but we are not even allowed to travel locally unless it’s for one form of exercise per day in our own neighbourhood or to grab essentials from local shops.
All other forms of travel are currently banned in the UK unless you are a key worker or your job is excluded from the current lockdown.
Many people have had to cancel their travel plans and there’s no knowing when travel restrictions will be lifted. Airports are closed and it could be 12 months, according to some reports, before these worldwide travel restrictions are properly lifted.
With regards to travel and taking holidays we are living in a period of uncertainty for the foreseeable future. All local attractions have even been closed including National Trust sites and even children’s play parks so there are no days out at all for the time being.
At least for now there has been a silver lining. It has been really sunny and even warm in the UK for the duration of the lockdown. This is pretty amazing considering a couple of years ago it snowed at the end of March!
So, if we have the travel bug, but we can’t travel, then what can we do instead to stop cabin fever setting in?
Why not take a holiday in your own home instead?
If you can’t travel and go on holiday, then bring the holiday to you!
Here are some tips on how to have a holiday in the comfort of your own home. Continue reading “Missing travel? How to have a holiday in your own home during the coronavirus lockdown!”
In this blog post I will explore why a pop-up gazebo is a great investment for your family camping trips. You’ll wonder how you coped without it! You will also discover tips on how to clean and store your gazebo to ensure its longevity so you can make the most of your purchase. Continue reading “Why a pop-up gazebo is a summer camping essential for families”