Lifestyle

It may seem that van for travelling – machine is not universal and cannot be used for recreation throughout the year. Actually this is not so. Well and properly equipped car can satisfy even the wildest requests a seasoned camper and traveler.

Caravanning is experiencing an upswing in China. There is growing enthusiasm for the caravanning industry and the complete segment of mobile holidaymaking in the world’s most populous country.

Attracted by Instagram images of a free-spirited, simpler way to travel, older consumers are turning to vans for their trips, while adding the high-end spin they can afford.

Record sales at last month’s Covi SuperShow, the largest motorhome and caravan expo in New Zealand, is a clear indication the RV lifestyle is booming in New Zealand.

For 30 years John and Margaret Spain have lived in a motorhome, calling New Zealand their backyard. The couple sold their Dunedin home three decades ago and hit the road.

When Roger and Trish Jenkins spent a night at a Taranaki campground they had no intention of staying any longer.  But then they discovered they loved the place and less than a fortnight later, they owned it.  In a strange twist the former leaseholder of Marine Park Motor Camp in Waitara, north of