Goboony offers some Easter inspiration

Setting off on an Easter road trip

Easter traditionally marks the beginning of the touring season and the four-day weekend, which this year falls on April 15th to 18th, is nearly upon us.

As the weather starts to improve in the UK, attractions throw open their doors and some put on special events, it’s a great time to start enjoying the touring lifestyle.

For the past two years, pandemic restrictions have put a dampener on Easter trips, which means families up and down the country are more eager than ever to enjoy a spring getaway in 2022.

With this in mind, campervan hire firm Goboony is offering some inspiration on motorhomes to rent and where to take them depending on your needs.

For example, it recommends this four-berth van with two showers for families looking to take advantage of attractions such as Peppa Pig World near Southampton.

Active families can have a go at everything from sailing to raft building and swimming at the Helly Hansen Watersports Centre in Greater Manchester with a dog-friendly motorhome for four.

Pack up the whole family, and perhaps the kids can bring a couple of friends, to explore Pembrokeshire’s Dinosaur Park from the comfort of a six-bed motorhome.

There’s plenty of room for bikes, paddleboards and other sporting equipment in this off-grid adventure van in Aberdeen with the lure of Newburgh Beach close by.

Meander through the North Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in style in a six-berth motorhome fitted with a solar panel and bike rack.

Try this VW T5 in and around Swansea for the ultimate luxury experience, complete with mood lighting, as well as all the facilities for four people.

Goboony has seen a 545 per cent increase in motorhome bookings for the Easter weekend this year compared to 2019, highlighting the desire for many to hit the open road.

The hire company offers more than 6,000 leisure vehicles on its platform and has facilitated holidays for in excess of 100,000 people across the UK, the Netherlands, Italy and Belgium.




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