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Motorhome holidaying has become an increasingly popular way to spend a vacation as of late due to the endless locations that can be enjoyed throughout a single holiday. Australia and New Zealand boast some of the world’s most breathtaking sites. Taking advantage of these majestic views via a motorhome will prove to be one of the most enjoyable and memorable holidays that you will ever experience.

Motorhome holidaying was once thought to be ideal for only couples and small families, but with the cost of motorhome rentals decreasing and the increased availability of rented motorhomes, many large families and groups of friends are choosing to rent 2 or more motorhomes to embark on a memorable group holiday.

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Cost-effective

There is a common misconception surrounding motorhome holidaying regarding cost. It is widely assumed that motorhome holidays are too expensive for large families or groups. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Deciding to holiday via a motorhome is far less expensive than flying, busing or taking a train to your holiday locations. In addition, motorhome holidaying also increases the amount of site seeing you can enjoy.

Holidays that do not include renting a motorhome come with an unending list of expenses such as travel costs (trains, planes, buses) and accommodation costs (hotels, motels, campgrounds). Renting a motorhome eliminates both costs as you are renting the travel and accommodations all in one, which can literally lower your holiday bill by half, especially if you are planning to holiday with several people.

Food costs are also reduced because motorhomes come with kitchens that will store and prepare food as opposed to eating at restaurants, which adds up very quick.

 

The more, the merrier!

Not only is there safety in numbers but also there is far more fun to be had. Large groups of close friends and family are great for cross country holidays. Not only are you surrounded by great company, but a cross country motorhome holiday will be sure to have stops and sites to please everyone in your group.

Why not turn your family reunion into the ultimate cross country holiday? When you factor in the cost of food, hall or property rental as well as any party favours, a motorhome holiday reunion would not be that expensive – especially if everyone puts some money in. You could even pick relatives up along the way if you have any scattered across the country.

Are you trying to think of the best way to hang out with your mates during spring or summer break? Take the party on the road (with a designated driver of course) and make  some lifelong memories for you and your mates to cherish for years to come. Or better yet, make it an annual thing!

 

Risk becoming a passionate motorhome-r!

There is only one downside to motorhome holidaying….its highly addictive! Most people who take a motorhome holiday for the first time rarely go back to the mundane and stressful experience of flight delays and long, boring train rides. Motorhome holidaying carries with it a sense of calmness and freedom that you just can’t get from those 5-hour train rides. You can rent campers with DriveNow that will suit even the largest convoy, so don’t forget to check them out!

There really is no simpler form of holidaying than embarking on a cross country motorhome adventure with your family or mates. You literally just pile in the motorhome start up the engine and go! Whether you have a planned route and itinerary, or you are opting to go wherever the wind takes you, a motorhome convoy holiday is a great option.

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