Road Trips

Adelaide to Yulara RV Road Trip

Posted on 23 March 2011

This road trip through the Australian Outback will bring you from the bustling port city of Adelaide to Yulara and the world famous Ayers Rock. The drive is approximately 18 hours and makes for a wonderful trip when broken up into smaller chunks with stops at the charming towns in between. HighlightsEnjoy the cosmopolitan charms of AdelaideThe beaches of Glenelg, Henley and SemaphoreAyers RockMount OlgaDay 1 to 2 – AdelaideAdelaide, the capital of South Australia, is one of those vibrant cities that draws tourists because of the wide variety of sights and activities it offers. For a look at the...

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Darwin to Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks RV Road Trip

Posted on 23 March 2011

Explore Australia’s Outback and Northern Territory on a road trip that takes you from the bustling port city of Darwin to the expansive Kakadu National Park. On your way back to Darwin stop in small towns like Pine Creek and Adelaide River before enjoying the natural beauty, waterfalls and clear waters of Litchfield National Park.HighlightsThe vibrant port city of DarwinMindil BeachDoctor’s Gully and AquasceneKakadu National ParkPine CreekAdelaide RiverLitchfield National ParkDay 1 to 2 – DarwinThe port city of Darwin is also a university town with a vibe that is at once laidback and industrious. A city with a rich Aboriginal...

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Drive from Seattle, Washington to Portland, Oregon RV Road Trip

Posted on 15 March 2011

A road trip from Seattle to Portland promises lush greenery, breathtaking scenery, great sights and a laidback good time. While the drive between the cities clocks in at just under three hours you can take your time, stopping along the way in places like Tacoma and Olympia, to make the most of your Washington-Oregon road trip.HighlightsSeattle Space NeedlePike Place MarketPoint Defiance ParkTacoma’s Union StationThe Olympic Flight MuseumThe Capitol MuseumMillersylvania State Park and Deep LakeLan Su Chinese GardenPortland Art MuseumDay 1 to 2 – SeattleEnjoy the lush beauty and laidback culture of Seattle before starting out on your road trip. Visit...

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Redwoods and Vineyards RV Road Trip

Posted on 15 March 2011

Everything about this trip is HUGE; quite literally as it covers quite a few miles, you get to visit the world’s largest tree, and there’s also a huge secret too! It’s also the ideal place for visitors who like adventure and outdoor activities, wine and beer, and it’s absolutely perfect for a motorhome rental or campervan hire holiday as the roads, and the amount of places to overnight, follow on the huge theme.Day 1.The first destination on this trip is 100km north of San Francisco at Napa, and what a first stop this is. There is something for...

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Phoenix to Albuquerque RV Road Trip

Posted on 15 March 2011

As with most things in life there’s quite a lot of choice when it comes to routes from Phoenix to Albuquerque, there’s the most direct route, which will have you there in a day, then there’s the part scenic, part Interstate route; but we’re going to go the whole hog and take the absolutely scenic route. Now, this route does come with a few warnings, if you’ve got a really big vehicle this route can have a few hairpin bends, but as long as you take it steady you shouldn’t have any problems. The other way to look...

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Miami to Ft Myers RV Road Trip

Posted on 15 March 2011

The journey east to west between two of the south’s popular resorts, Miami and Fort Meyers, travels along Interstate 41 and passes through one of Florida’s big attractions, the Everglades.Day 1The Everglades covers over 2500 square miles, so if you’re heading from Miami make you’re first port of call the Shark Valley Visitor. On your way you will skirt the very northerly edge of the park, and what you’ll need to remember is that if you want to go further in you’ll need to take boat because your motorhome rental or campervan hire vehicle isn’t going to float! ...

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Lisbon to Oporto Motorhome Road Trip

Posted on 15 March 2011

Although not as well known as the routes around the Algarve in the south, a road trip along the western side of Portugal is a great alternative. For visitors on a motorhome rental or campervan hire holiday this route will take you through some of the more traditional areas and unspoilt countryside, for a different view of the country.Day 1.Whether you have been in Lisbon a few days, or if you have just arrived, pick up your motorhome rental or campervan hire vehicle and make a short journey out towards the coast at Cascais.Cascais is a typical picture postcard...

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Chicago to Buffalo RV Road Trip

Posted on 15 March 2011

The great Niagara Falls is one of those places that everyone wants to see one day. So, if you’re on a motorhome rental or campervan hire holiday in the Chicago area why not take a short detour and call in.There are two main routes from Chicago to Niagara Falls. One route you stay in the US and skirt Lake Eire, the other, which also happens to be the quickest, takes you through Canada. Although there’s not much difference in distance, the route through Canada is considered better for the views and the attractions along the way, but...

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Dublin Ireland to Cork RV Road Trip

Posted on 13 March 2011

A motorhome rental or campervan hire road trip around Ireland could take a very long time. Its not just because some of the roads are narrow or oddly signposted, although some of them are, but there are so many traditional Irish pubs along the way you just can’t get the momentum up to leave. Day 1If time is of the essence head south from Dublin on the main N11, this is a good main road which will get you to your first stop Wexford in just under two hours. If, on the other hand, you’ve got lots of...

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Adelaide to Kangaroo Island RV Road Trip

Posted on 13 March 2011

It’s just 126km from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island, an easy day trip, but its much better to take things easy and relax, after all you’re on holiday.Day 1.Take the scenic route along the Fleurieu Peninsula to Cape Jervis. The name ‘Kangaroo Island’ is a bit of a giveaway, it’s an island so you’ll need to take the 45 minute Sealink ferry across the Backstairs Passage to Penneshaw. Everything you’ll need today is within a short distance of the port, but as the island is only 155 km long nothing is too far away. A third of the...

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