The Wild Atlantic Way (WAW) is being developed as a driving route along the Atlantic coast from Donegal to Cork.
This incredible coastal route will put Ireland’s west coast at the heart of places to see when on holiday and the perfect way to experience this is to rent a campervan in Ireland and take in all the Wild Atlantic Way has to offer.
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Here are some helpful tips when planning the perfect motorhome holiday.
We are all feeling the pinch due to the recession; however that doesn’t mean family holidays have to be scrapped. By going on a motorhome holiday you can enjoy the freedom and relaxation you need without spending a fortune. Here we discuss the best ways to plan your motorhome holiday so that you can save money, stay safe, and enjoy your trip.
Make Sure you Book Early
By booking your motorhome holiday early you will be able to get the best deal and save on expenses such as the cost of caravan and camp sites. If you aren’t lucky enough to have your own motorhome you can easily hire one instead – but make sure you book early so you can get both the vehicle and the weeks you want for the price you can afford!
Always Be Prepared
It’s an age old saying, but preparation is truly important when planning a motorhome holiday. For instance, by organising your journey before you leave you will be able to avoid tragic, which will ultimately save you petrol. Also, instead of stopping for breaks at expensive service stations you could plan to visit small towns throughout your trip and eat at local cafes instead.
Motorhoming truly provides a sense of freedom and relaxation that no other type of holiday can provide.
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Hiring a motorhome for a holiday is easy and flexible; in fact it’s one of the least stressful types of holiday one can have. To get the most out of your motorhome holiday, however, it can help to put together a quick check-list before you leave. Continue reading →