Camper Bug Blog

Why is Loch Lomond great for family holidays? Here’s why!  April 5th, 2019

    Securing the perfect location for a successful family vacation can either make or break the entire escape. Select a too-tame setting, and you’ll hear plenty an exclamation of dismay from the adventurers and sports fans in the family. Add too much bustle, and the older travellers dismally watch as hopes for a leisurely [...]

 

Four prime campsites for mountain loving campers!  March 21st, 2019

    The wind rustles through layers of lush green foliage creating a soft rustling of leaves. The birds of the mountains call out in cheery chirps and elaborate song. The sun struggles to reach the floor of the thick woodland, creating a restful dance of shadows. You’re in a mountain range, or atop a [...]

 

Forest therapy in Britain’s healing forests  March 14th, 2019

    Do you acquire a perfect sense of calm when you’re in the heart of dense woodland or enclosed by soaring trees? Spending time among the trees is proven to deliver therapeutic effects in the mind and body. It eliminates worry and stress and helps the body unwind and refuel. Forest therapy stems from [...]

 

Top 03 spots for nights of stargazing  February 28th, 2019

    Believe it or not, an increasing number of wanders and campers elect to shut down technology and turn all concentration to the heavens. Welcome to the captivating world of stargazing! The new pursuit is sweeping the globe by storm and the UK boasts of some of the darkest skies in Europe. You’ll find [...]

 

The top 7 sites for thrill-seekers touring Wales  February 21st, 2019

  Wales is loved for its astounding beauty, sheer cliffs, sun-kissed beaches, thick mountain landscapes and abundance of national parks, yet the home of quirky sports like bog snorkeling and coasteering, remains comparatively untapped by daredevils in search of an adrenaline rush. Here are the top 8 activities that capture Wales’s strong appreciation for daring [...]

 

Here’s how you can conquer Mount Snowdon  February 14th, 2019

  Mount Snowdon may well be the third highest peak in the UK; however numerous avid wanderers, hiking enthusiasts and adventurers can’t get enough of the 3,560-foot summit. Mount Snowdon towers over its neighbours and encircled by broad, glacial valleys providing jaw-dropping views in all directions all the way to Anglesey. It’s not hard to [...]

 

Visiting the top 05 islands in Ireland  February 7th, 2019

  The word island generally summons images of tropical climates and refreshing breezes dancing through the palm trees. Ireland’s isles may not be the quintessential island, but their rugged charm and varying terrain entice a ranger of wanders. Enjoy a pint by the sea or leave the bustle behind in favour of tourist-free heaven! Here [...]

 

The best locations in Cairngorms National Park to go tent camping  February 1st, 2019

  Scotland is the only section of the United Kingdom that embraces wild camping away from authorised campsites. With the exclusion of modern conveniences like hot showers and toilets, campers can savour life on the open land and drink in Scotland’s’ breathtaking beauty. Tent camping is a great way to appreciate the majestic outdoors while [...]

 

The five best castles in Ireland  January 25th, 2019

  Ireland contains a wealth of crumbling medieval castles (an estimated 1,000 defensive forts to be precise) scattered across the length and breadth of the island. These forts were owned by the most powerful families however many were deserted and left to disintegrate with time. Thankfully, a large number of these castles are now fully [...]

 

Take in the best views at Snowdonia National Park  January 8th, 2019

    As the largest national park in Wales, Snowdonia National Park contains a plethora of stunning views, coastlines, wetland, beaches and some of the highest peaks in Wales. If you’ve been tempted to visit, we’ll provide all the reasons why your next motorhome or campervan holiday should pass among the jagged summits, wild landscapes, [...]