How To Live And Travel Full-Time By Rv

| March 7, 2019

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Over the past few years, there has been an explosion of people giving up the daily grind to live and travel in vans, RVs, and other nontraditional abodes. While traveling in an RV has been something people have been doing for decades, new sharing economy websites, better resources online, more modern vans, and a growing community that can provide support have made it easier for anyone to travel full-time in an RV.

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Indie Campers

What started off as a 3 van rental company in Portugal, brought to reality in 2013 by 2 good friends, a Portuguese and an Austrian, has become Europe’s largest campervan rental company. With a fleet of over 400 vehicles, Indie Campers currently operates over 60 locations across Portugal, Spain, France and Corsica, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Sicily, and Sardinia. Aiming to provide travellers with the ultimate road trip experience, Indie Campers offers adventurers the opportunity to start their journey in one location and end it in any of our other depots. With a wide array of extras available for rent, such as WiFi, GPS, tables and chairs, barbecues, surf boards, bikes or even kayaks, Indie Campers makes it easy for all keen explorers to effortlessly customise their trip and turn their holidays truly unique.

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What started off as a 3 van rental company in Portugal, brought to reality in 2013 by 2 good friends, a Portuguese and an Austrian, has become Europe’s largest campervan rental company. With a fleet of over 400 vehicles, Indie Campers currently operates over 60 locations across Portugal, Spain, France and Corsica, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Sicily, and Sardinia. Aiming to provide travellers with the ultimate road trip experience, Indie Campers offers adventurers the opportunity to start their journey in one location and end it in any of our other depots. With a wide array of extras available for rent, such as WiFi, GPS, tables and chairs, barbecues, surf boards, bikes or even kayaks, Indie Campers makes it easy for all keen explorers to effortlessly customise their trip and turn their holidays truly unique.

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