The campervan fad has swept the world in recent years. Scan social media and you will see posts about journeys in one of these modified cars. Travellers like the luxury of contemporary conveniences and the freedom of the great outdoors that comes in a campervan. Plus there's the ease of compact kitchens and beds that convert into dining tables. Here are five items you should bring if you are going on an adventure in a campervan.
Durable Travel Backpack
Because storage space in most vans is constrained and you will want to keep the interior as orderly as possible, travel with a backpack rather than a hard suitcase. In most campervans, you can unpack your clothing in a storage compartment and stow your pack someplace out of the way.
Most campervans have inside lighting that can be used with the van on or off, but when it gets dark, you will find it helpful to have a tiny battery-operated lantern that you can hang from the ceiling. Additionally, it can be utilised for restroom breaks, lounging outside the van, and sleeping in the pop-up tent if you choose to do so.
You might utilise the solar-powered refrigerator drawer in the campervan to store all your food for the trip. However, to free up more space in the fridge for food, you might also bring a soft collapsible cooler to store drinks and ice. This will enable you to stock up on food and keep beverages like beer, juice, and cold water. This cooler may be packed with your other stuff and folds up flat.
Going on an adventure away from the vehicle will benefit from a hydration pack. Consider getting a hydration pack if you want to go hiking or engage in other outdoor activities. Always having water and a place to store it are essential when you step out of your campervan.
Clip-On Cellphone Holder
You will likely use Google/Apple Maps or another navigation app on your phone throughout the journey in your campervan. Put one of these phone holders in your luggage so you may carry your phone as you drive. Instead of fumbling with your phone, you can concentrate on driving and taking in the scenery, thanks to this.