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Nature & Eco Camping

Camping is an increasingly popular option for holidaymakers who are passionate about our planet. If you’re a green camper looking for advice on where to stay and what to pack, look no further. From wild camping and eco-friendly forest sites to sustainability and respecting our wonderful natural environment… read on.

Wonderful Waterways: The Rivers of Northern France

Peter Stannett | 26 Oct 2022

France is a stunning country with rivers, lakes, streams and canals. They've inspired artists, writers and nature lovers throughout the centuries.
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Camping in The New Forest All Year Round

Peter Stannett | 17 Jun 2022

The New Forest has remained largely unchanged for centuries, with ancient woodland and a unique natural environment preserved under Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Special Area of Conservation and Ramsar protections.
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5 Nature Walks to Include in your Camping Trip

Peter Stannett | 10 Jun 2022

When life gets busy, and the demands of busy work and home life start to take their toll, there is no better way to relax than to get back to nature and take a long, relaxing walk.
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Camping Green

Peter Stannett | 12 Apr 2022

Choosing an ecologically sound site in the UK has been a veritable minefield, but significant measures have been introduced in recent years.
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Exciting times for 'Camping in the Forest'

Rob Fearn | 15 Mar 2022

Forestry England has just announced that they have acquired control of 13 Camping in the Forest campsites.
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In the Bag: Staying Sustainable on Holiday

Ben Tully | 23 Nov 2021

We’re all on a drive to cut down on our waste, and be a little more kind to our planet. But we shouldn’t stop at home, its easy to stay sustainable on holiday too.
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Why it's important to respect the environment and embrace nature while camping

Ben Tully | 12 Nov 2021

It's vital you respect the environment and embrace nature on your next camping trip. If you don't, you might not have as much fun as you could and may damage the local area more than you should.
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Let's talk about: Our senses

Ben Tully | 12 May 2021

Introducing our 'Let's talk about' series where, each week, we will be talking about mental health and camping.
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Five simple ways to 'green up' your vanlife and camping experience

Rob Fearn | 7 May 2021

Enjoying nature on your camping trips? Then you’ll love these ideas that contribute to preserving its beauty.
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Green Camping Holidays: Eco-Friendly Camping in the UK

Ben Tully | 23 Sept 2020

Luckily camping is a great way to not only have a great holiday but a holiday that is kinder to...
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10 Tips For An Eco-Friendly Camping Holiday

The Alan Rogers Team | 30 Jul 2020

Make the most of beautiful and natural scenery, long walks and hikes and the simple life that a camping holiday...
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AR Guide to: The Nature of the Rhône-Alpes

Russell Wheldon | 18 Jun 2019

Centred around the historic city of Lyon (France’s second city and since Roman times a crucial regional capital), it’s a region of contrasts: from the pristine peaks and pastures of the Alps to the bustling cities and fertile fields of the Rhône Valley.
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Camping for a Good Cause

The Alan Rogers Team | 12 Oct 2018

To help campers have enjoy the outdoors, we previously shared a beginner’s guide to tent camping. This time, let's look...
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A Quieter London Awaits

Ben Tully | 6 Jun 2018

The Lee Valley doesn’t always spring to mind as a destination when planning the next break away. However when you...
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No Mountain Too High

Russell Wheldon | 1 Dec 2017

It will come as no surprise that walking is a popular activity in Tirol.
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The Rivers of France

Ben Tully | 13 Mar 2017

There’s a great drama about some of them – the magnificent château at Chenonceaux spanning the Cher, the deep gorges...
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Wild camping restrictions in Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park

Rob Fearn | 2 Mar 2017

Restrictions have been put in place to limit wild camping in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. The restrictions...
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5 reasons camping is good for you

Ben Tully | 3 Jan 2017

The simple answer is yes. Camping and associated outdoor pursuits have been shown to improve our wellbeing in a number of basic yet crucial ways. Here’s some science behind why it’s a good idea, in this instance at least, to take your parents’ advice.
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Camping in the Forest: A Survival Guide

The Alan Rogers Team | 14 Oct 2015

Camping is a fantastic experience for people of all ages. Whether you’re camping alone, with friends, your other half or...
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Where to find the best flower festivals

Rob Fearn | 11 Mar 2014

One of the best things about spring is the explosion of colour as flowers begin to bloom. The land comes...
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