Camping has never seemed a more attractive way to take a holiday. It’s low-cost, has low impact on the environment, and as an outdoors pursuit has low COVID-19 risk.
During the pandemic interest in camping has soared with a 500 per cent increase in bookings in summer 2021.
Camping is likewise a holiday that has low-carbon emissions. Research by PKF consulting comparing CO2 emissions of RV-travel with plane, car rental and hotel accommodation impact found that emissions were lower across all classes of RV travel.
Lithuania is a compact country in which you can travel from north to south in three hours. It boasts beautiful beaches, lush countryside and historic landmarks, as
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