Holidays or holidays are a time to recuperate after a long period of hard work. To spend those good recuperative moments, camping in the open air in nature is a very good idea. There are a number of things to consider when planning a successful camping trip.
Organise a route plan
Having a great time camping is a very interesting activity. If you choose to use a motorhome for the occasion, that’s fine. But before you do, you should plan your route.
Because no matter where you want to go (outside or inside your country), you need to know how you are going to make the journey. Plan the points you want to stop at, the times you want to stop, etc. This gives you an idea of how you will get there. This will give you a clear idea of your route and prevent you from getting tired if you are travelling long distances.
Also, don’t neglect the parking points. Always try to park in a populated area or in the heart of a city, while respecting the standards of good parking. Choosing a good parking spot will also allow you to discover new landscapes before your priority destination.
Manage your coach’s autonomy and think about safety
Motorhomes have a range of 3 to 4 days, which will keep you going throughout the camping. So you should know how to manage this if you don’t want to have a sad time. For this, you have to pay a lot of attention to your consumption of electricity, water and gas.
For electricity, you should know how to use the equipment you have on board (television, microwave, fridge, etc.) to save energy. In the event of a power cut, recharge the battery by taking the vehicle for a few laps or use a generator. It is also recommended to have back-up batteries, it is a more comfortable way.
For water, you have a consumption of 7 to 25 litres per day per person. So if there are a lot of people, please regulate the use. As far as gas is concerned, its use is very important, because it allows you to prepare as well as other things. For this, you must have well-charged emergency gases. Finally, be aware of your safety and that of your companions.
Drive slower to avoid accidents. Check the fuel so that you are not caught out by running out of fuel in a dangerous place. And spend the night in peace by making sure that there are no ill-intentioned people around.