Campervans.com – A Year In Review

Campervans.com is having an overhaul and you will be able to see the live site in the next couple of weeks.  We have worked hard to add new countries as more options to have a roadtrip adventure.  We have also added more cities to start your campervan holiday from.

More images and more specifications to show what vehicles are available to rent.  There are interior photographs of campervans and day and night time layout pictures so you can match the layout to who will be travelling.

The range of suppliers has also increased and some have disappeared as we have very strict guidelines as to who we add to our choice of campervan hire suppliers.

The insurance options are fully explained and the terms and conditions are up to date too.  We have also extended the office hours and the number of reservation staff so the phones get answered quickly.  However at busy times the answerphone message still kicks in.

The online booking engine is fantastic. Comparing prices, vehicles, and added options is very easy.

Apollo Eurostar

Apollo campers in the USA

Our staff are fully trained to help you choose the right vehicle for you.

We welcome your photographs too.

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Iceland – an amazing video. Start planning your adventure

Iceland, as seen by a drone

"Fire and Ice" is just one example of a new film-making genre: movies shot using flying cameras

Posted by The Economist on Thursday, 19 November 2015

Add Iceland to start your motorhome adventure.  You can rent a motorhome from Akureyri, Keflavik, Ryekjanesbaer and Reykjavik.  You can find out the cost of renting here Motorhome rental Iceland.

Check out VisitIceland.com Visit Iceland for more details on planning your holiday.  Iceland campsites.

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Namibia community based tourism

Community-based tourism

http://www.namibweb.com/community.htm

Information on community based tourism and its association NACOBTA.

Association was established in 1995 to advantage of local communities wishing to benefit from development of tourism to previously disadvantaged areas in the country.
NACOBTA is a non-profit organisation with the main goal of improvement of living standards of communities of rural Namibia. The association is providing several important services to its members, from training in tourism, development, tour guiding to marketing, funding and business advise. At present the organization supports 42 community based projects.


The following projects have been established:

 

Omaheke
Kambahoka Rest Camp
Satako Rest Camp
Boiteko Tourism Centre
Kaumbangere Camp Site

 

Khomas
Katutura Face to Face Tours

 

Karas
Warmbad Museum and Lodge

GPS coordinates:

Bushmanland:
Boiteko Tourism Centre: S 21.70006 E 19.10269
Kambahoka: S 23.65391 E 19.36999
Kaumbangere: S 21.17284 E 18.77638
Omatako Valley Rest Camp: S 19.29023 E 19.32804
Satako Rest Camp: S 23.59433 E 19.88966

Caprivi & Kavango:
Bumhill Camp Site: S 17.78088 E 23.34026
Mashi & Sheshe Crafts: S 17.82257 E 23.39775
Mbamba Camp: S 17.90074 E 20.05581
N//goabaca Camp Site: S 18.11133 E 21.58163
Salambala Camp Site: S 17.83446 E 24.60225
Nambwa Camp Site: S 17.87499 E 23.31760

Erongo:
Aabadi Camp: S 21.90204 E 16.33652
Ozohere Camp Site: S 18.76446 E 13.48058
Spitzkoppe Camp: S 21.83629 E 15.18723

Etosha area:
Treesleeper Camp: S 18.78487 E 17.96943

Kunene:
Aba-Huab Camp: S 20.54906 E 14.39851
Granietkop Camp Site: S 20.63550 E 14.56815
Hoada Camp: S 19.73217 E 14.30669
Kanamub Camp: S 19.06253 E 13.53962
Khowarib Rest Camp: S 19.26622 E 13.88367
Marble Camp Site: S 17.98679 E 12.58600
Okarohombo: S 17.24551 E 12.43648
Purros Camp Site: S 18.73431 E 12.94260
Sesfontein Fig Tree Camp: S 19.12492 E 13.61871
Van Zyl’s Pass Camp: S 17.64261 E 12.75182

Owamboland:
Hippo Pools Camp Site: S 17.40554 E 14.21720
Nakambale Rest Camp: S 17.98386 E 16.02279
Ombalantu Baobab Tree: S 17.51021 E 14.98826

Southern:
Bruckaros Rest Camp: S 25.88559 E 17.78266
Brukkaros Rest Camp: S 25.90147 E 17.77796
Garies Rest Camp: S 23.85621 E 16.50799
Warmbad: S 28.44841 E 18.73466

Copyright © 2002-2011 G. Speek.

Booking fee applicable (once off), per reservation.

Contact & reservations:
P.O. Box 3127 Windhoek, Namibia
Fax:  +264 61 244558
E-mail: [email protected]

See also: Terms & conditionsPayment options and Cancellation policy

 

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Oklahoma in the fall – Autumn colours

Take a peep at Oklahoma’s autumn colours

Oklahoma might not be the first state that comes to mind when it comes to fabulous autumn colours but each year the state is set ablaze by autumn’s golden hues. And alongside the vibrant colours and glorious autumn foliage are a host of family-friendly festivals.

Visitors can enjoy a scenic drive through one of the prime foliage areas, or hike through an outdoor recreational area, watching as the autumn leaves seem to change colours before their eyes.

Key routes for leaf peeping include the Talimena National Scenic Byway, in south-eastern Oklahoma, where you can drive across the tops of ancient mountains and marvel at the breathtaking vistas as you overlook miles of rolling hills set ablaze with spicy autumnal colours. Visitors can discover the unique history behind the mysterious Viking carvings at Heavener Runestone Park or enjoy a hike through the golden foliage and camp at Talimena State Park or nearby Lake Wister State Park.

Another popular spot in autumn is Arbuckle Lake and Chickasaw National Recreation Area, where nature’s magnificent colours reflect on the lake’s surface and line the rippling creeks. Typically, foliage can be viewed at its peak from the last week of October through the first week of November.

http://www.travelok.com/

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