Are you feigning for a vacation? You could always go to the beach or some other touristy destination. Or you could abandon the traditional all-inclusive beach getaway idea all together and go for something a little more unorthodox and go RVing.
Yeah, that does seem a little counterintuitive to the whole relaxation idea. But RVing is actually a much more fun option to your average tropical get away. Here are the reasons why you should seriously consider going RVing for your next vacation.
1. You’re not stuck in one spot
If you’ve ever gone on a vacation to an all-inclusive resort in some far away destination then you might understand what it means to be stuck. If you dish out the cash to go to one of these resorts you’re inclined to try to take advantage of what you paid for. But that usually means staying put inside the resort. However, if you stay in place you’re not going to get the most out of your vacation. Sure, you will get your money’s worth by inhaling complimentary margaritas, but you won’t see what is beyond your resort’s walls.
When you decide to go RVing you have the freedom to go wherever you please. And you don’t have to worry about renting a taxi to and from your destination because you’re bringing your hotel with you!
2. You don’t have to break the bank
While renting RVs isn’t necessarily the cheapest, you will certainly be saving money. Because if you’re going to a tropical area of sorts you’re going to be paying an upwards of 200$ a night to stay in a hotel room nowhere near the beach. With an RV you’re paying significantly less than 200$ a night for your vehicle and you basically can have a waterfront view so long as you pull right up to the beach.
With RVing you’re basically getting your hotel and your transportation with one payment. All you have to worry about is gas. And you can stock your fridge however you like and don’t have to worry about getting charged 20$ if your kid raids the minibar.
3. You get to see many different places for the price of one vacation
With an RV you don’t have a singular destination. The beauty of road tripping is all the stops along the way. You have the ability to visit several different “destinations” depending on the route you choose. You can go camping one day and the next be beach front and the next be roaming the desert before heading out to the city. Your possibilities are endless.
If you are in desperate need of a vacation and don’t like feeling stuck, don’t have an abundance of money to blow on an expensive flight to The Bahamas, or are seriously indecisive than you ought to rent a RV.
Get your map out, plan out your destinations, make a road trip playlist and hit the open road. Hell, you don’t even need a plan just a good co-piolet/DJ and some snacks.
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