Not everyone is enamoured with the idea of holidaying in a motorhome in the middle of winter, but sceptics often have an inaccurate perception of what it’s like. Motorhomes built nowadays are perfectly equipped to deal with any weather. Winterproof vehicles also undergo testing and are placed into two different categories: “winterised” (grade 2, suitable for an outside temperature of 0°C) and “winterproof” (grade 3, suitable for an outside temperature of -15°C). A reliable motorhome home is one that provides protection from the cold and damp, as well as a constant supply of gas, water and electricity. So why not enjoy the magical charms of winter in a Carado?
READ ABOUT WHAT MAKES AN AUTUMN OR WINTER HOLIDAY SO SPECIAL.
CARADO VEHICLES ARE A COSY HOME WHATEVER THE WEATHER
If grey clouds and cold weather start to overshadow your day out, you’ll be delighted to have a warm cosy nest to go back to. A motorhome has everything you need to make it a warm and comfortable home on wheels – great insulation, high-performance power supply and space for large gas cylinders.
If you’re ready and willing to see what nature’s like from a completely difference perspective then you’re sure to have a great time holidaying in a motorhome during the colder months. If you travel out of season, you get to experience the wonders of autumn and winter in a totally unique way. Whether you go hiking in the wilderness or stay overnight in a skiing region: There’s something utterly charming about having your own little castle to return to in the evenings, relaxing and enjoying the cosiness of the motorhome.
WHO SAYS YOU CAN ONLY VISIT YOUR FAVOURITE SPOT IN SUMMER?
A Carado is the perfect companion no matter the season. Well, there are certain places and weather conditions that we’d still recommend avoiding, but as long as we’re not talking about mountain passes blocked by snow and temperatures below minus 15°C, there’s no reason not to use your motorhome as often as possible.
Take a moment to picture your favourite spot in Sweden during autumn. You’re camping at one of the country’s many lakes. Wrapped up nice and cosy, you and your partner set off on a lovely hike through unspoilt nature with all the essentials in your backpack. You’re having a great time on the walk, delighting in the fresh air and many magical sights. This area where you’ve spent past summer holidays is familiar to you, like a second home, making you feel safe and sound. At the end of the day, you spend a cosy evening together in the Carado. Your hands and feet warm up nicely, and you look back on the day together over a delicious meal lit by soft lighting with music gently playing in the background. Now that’s living, don’t you think?
ON A FAMILY HOLIDAY AND THE WEATHER SUDDENLY TURNS BAD? NO BIG DEAL
You know the feeling: You’re full of excitement and full of expectations. Sun, sea, sand – all day, every day. But then the weather starts to turn, worsening with every hour that passes, and you’ve not long set off. Your kids might be doing OK at the moment, but you start to panic slightly: What do you do if the weather doesn’t improve and the mood suddenly shifts? Well, we can’t bring the sun out for you, but we can make the indoor conditions just right.
A Carado may not be a big adventure playground, but it can provide spaces to play and keep the family entertained, which is vital on such occasions. And of course, you’ve remembered to bring a few of everyone’s favourite games as well as clothing suitable for bad weather. Just look at this way: A rainy day brings the family closer together and gives you a chance to do things collectively that you may not have done otherwise. So, don’t panic, it’s no big deal.
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