The British Isles are one of the best places in the entire world for camping. The weather is mild, the scenery is absolutely stunning and there are thousands of amazing campsites stretching from Land’s End to the northernmost reaches of Scotland’s Highlands and Islands. Whether you’re searching for family getaways, forest finds, beach retreats or captivating castles, there really is something for everyone.
One of the best things about choosing camping as a holiday is that you can make the holiday as big or small as you like! You can go on full two week holidays where you relax and explore to your heart's content day after day. But, you can also choose to have lots of shorter trips where you get away for a few days or even the weekend. This is the beauty of camping. Once you have your gear, you can holiday as many times as you like.
You don't have to go far to have a great holiday. There are lots of great holiday experiences to have right here in England. Choosing a camping staycation is becoming more and more popular, and it is easy to see why.
Holidays abroad are lovely and the perfect antidote to help you calm and relax, but you don't have to go far to benefit from a relaxing holiday. More and more people are choosing a staycation as an option for their holidays, especially this year whilst we get back on our feet after the pandemic.
There is little quite as relaxing as settling down for the day in beautiful countryside, by a lake, a river, or sea. Fishing is one of those hobbies that allow you to fully relax and live in the moment as you appreciate the natural world around you whilst enjoying the day's activity.
In recent weeks and months the world has seen a dramatic shift and with changes to how we live and travel likely to be in place for some time to come it is only natural that people are now considering how to get the most out of their time while still staying a little closer to home.