Caravaning means safe travel and comfortable living in a mobile home, travelling in a caravan gives you a level of freedom and independence that you can’t get any other way.

We love to travel, the sense of adventure and the feeling of freedom. But deciding to hook up the caravan and go travelling for an extended of period of time can be difficult, life altering, and you may face many challenges along the way.

But we can guarantee the positives will outweigh the negatives. Everyone can adapt to life on the road and fall in love with the caravanning lifestyle.

You might not start out with the travel bug but we can guarantee you will soon discover it. Some people set out with a plan to work north to south or east to west. But not necessarily planning the trip stop by stop or day by day. Take the time to explore, have adventures and get lost in the great outdoors.

Most people decided that packing up the caravan means time for them. No deadlines, meetings or commitments. It is their time to travel, to explore Kerala, to be inspired by what they see and learn and to rejuvenate.

Living in a caravan full time means it really is just you and where your adventure takes you. You may visit family and friends along the way and meet new people who become friends. But is a great time to reconnect with your travelling partner and really make the most of time together.

Weather you have retired or have packed up the family for an extended adventure it brings a sense of freedom. Living and travelling in a caravan full time, you no longer need schedules, plans or must meet other people’s expectations. You can simply do your own thing in your own time. Isn’t that priceless?

Travel is a great motivator to exercise. If you want to see and do things you need to walk. Often you do not have to think about walking 10,000 steps a day.

If you are a gym goer there are plenty of apps available to have access to workouts, yoga and even healthy eating plans. It is all about consistency and routine. Just because you feel like you are on a permeant holiday make the time for exercise and your physical and mental health.

Do you have any hobbies? Or have you not had time for hobbies. Some hobbies you might take up while on the road could be photography, blogging, reading and hiking. Opportunities are endless. With more time and less pressure find what you love and incorporate it into your travels.