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So what is it about camping?

Camping has undergone a remarkable transformation over the past decade. What was once considered a budget-friendly holiday option has evolved into an adventure and a coveted bucket list experience.

 Moreover, there's a growing recognition of the mental health benefits associated with spending time outdoors.

According to a recent survey, 88% of campers are driven by the desire to escape the daily grind, experiencing significantly higher levels of psychological well-being compared to non-campers. An impressive 98% of campers engage in outdoor activities, with walking (91%), cycling (39%), and bird-watching (26%) among the most popular pursuits.

In my experience hosting a few hundreds guests over the last 2.5 years, I've witnessed a transformation in those who've embarked on a campervan trip for the first time. The overwhelming majority not only embraced the experience but found joy in it. They relished the opportunity to slow down, immerse themselves in nature, and embrace the elongated days.

Seeing our guests return with relaxed shoulders, radiant smiles, and eager tales of their adventures validates the effort put into our work. 

So, would you be willing to embark on a campervan trip? And if so, where would your journey take you?"

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