Auto Europe presents our best motorhome trips for your family and friends or a romantic escape just for two. Motorhome holidays promise more than we used to think. What other way can you exercise freedom than travelling at your own pace, wherever and whenever you want? For all who love to be on the move, motorhome rentals are an ideal solution for holidays. “Home on wheels” gives you the flexibility in travelling as you please, and there’s always a bed waiting for you wherever you go.
Look at the Australia’s map. See how vast this country is. While sightseeing attractions in the cities are not necessarily easily accessible by a large motorhome, the rest of this beautiful immense country opens wide open for those who travel by RV. Always stay close to the nature; on the route from Darwin to Adelaide, discover the country’s natural wonders and explore the lands all the way from north to south. See Ayers Rock, in central Australia, and visit Alice Springs. On this route, you’ll be passing salt lakes, forests reserves, conservation, and national parks. Throughout Australia, there are numerous free camp sites where you can park your motorhome or paid ones with various facilities like swimming pool or sauna.
Without a doubt, one of the most scenic countries in the world, New Zealand welcomes travellers hungry for nature beauty. Hire the motorhome and make the most of your stay in New Zealand. You can choose between the North and South Island and pick up your RV in numerous locations across the country. Both islands boast a reach world of wild life and natural wonders. Don’t miss to visit Milford Sound on the South Island to experience its breathtaking landscape splendours. The route from Te Anau to Milford Sound will take you through beech trees forest into the golden meadows of Fiordland National Park.
The USA motorhome rentals for starters
Some people say the United States of America is made for motorhome holidays. Hit the road with RV in the USA and enjoy the most of your travels. One of the best drives in the USA is the classic Route 66 from Los Angeles to Chicago. Before you set off, take a look at our tips:
– Avoid narrow and winding roads.
– Keep to well-maintained and flat roads.
– Try a “dry” drive. See what it is like to manoeuvre a “home on wheels”.
It’s time to hit the road! Enjoy it!