Being home to some of the most amazing natural landscapes in the world, Australia is a favourite destination among travelers and vacationers. Although the country prides itself on it's cosmopolitan world class cities like Sydney and Melbourne, its natural landscapes are some of the most popular destinations for tourists looking to escape the hustle and bustle. People are excited to see the picturesque parklands, the beautiful beaches and the serene atmosphere of the countryside.
If there's one thing that can make traveling the world's largest island continent an experience you'll never forget, it's touring the country from coast to coast in a portable motorhome, allowing you to see the sights all the way from Ayers Rock to the Twelve Apostles at your own leisure and in your own time. Getting the best deal on the right motorhome rental is one of the single most important things to make trips enjoyable.
There are quite a few things that you need to consider while looking to hire a campervan or RV in Perth, or anywhere in Australia for that matter. Touring with campervans has become hugely popular as more and more baby boomers seek out more comfortable ways to see the sights in their retirement years, when sleeping in tents and hostels will no longer suffice.
There are lots of agencies in and around the city of Perth that offer various kinds of campervans and motorhomes packages to suit your needs. Whether you're after comfort, space for families, or extra features such as entertainment units and refridgeration, there are a whole range of different vehicles to suit your needs and budget.
When it comes to picking your camper, there are a lot of things to consider. First things first you need to have an idea of how much the agency you're going to go with costs compared to their competitors. Obviously costs will also vary based on the type of campervan, the mileage it offers, the fuel and the distance that will be covered and also the duration of the rental and hire, so it's best to know this ahead of time.
Tasmania is Australia's smallest State, a small island 150 miles off the southern coast of the mainland. Its capital city Hobart offers a range of urban wonders from food to art and performances, while this little island also boasts many unique and fascinating natural wonders, from walking tracks to, pristine beaches, to the spectacular old growth forests of the Styx Valley. There are several national parks and world heritage sites – in fact over a quarter of the country is now National Parkland! I'd say the best way to fully explore Tasmania from coast to coast and take in all is has to offer is to travel by camper.
RVs and campers are becoming a hugely popular travel option for retirees and professional globetrotters to visit new places without the hastle and cost of hotels and transport. There are several reasons for this – freedom and flexibility, comfort, an easy way to spend more time with family and the biggest of them all – budget. Getting to a new location is easy enough, but to spend any length of time exploring it can be an expensive proposition even before accommodation is taken into account. That is why campervans make for such a popular choice. People these days don't just want to see something and leave. More and more, people are looking for a retreat or escape, where they can just pull up and enjoy the sites without limits or restrictions.