Ideas For Half Term

It seems like no time at all since the summer holidays ended, the kids were back at school and social media was filled with ‘back to school’ photos of everyone’s little darlings looking smart in their shiny new uniforms. At Easicampers, we’re always busy during school holidays as smart parents already know what a great holiday idea a motorhome adventure can be and how inexpensive they are compared to other half term holiday options.

Here are a list Easicampers have compiled for you

Dumfries & Galloway – Galloway Forest Park

If staying in a motorhome in the forest sounds like the kind of tranquil break you and your family need, then the Galloway Forest Park in Scotland might be an excellent choice for getting back to nature and getting away from everything else – even light. The Galloway Forest Park has been recognised as one of only four Dark Sky Parks in the Western World – so named due to the absence of ‘light pollution’. In the Galloway Forest, look up at night and be amazed at just how dark the night is and just how many stars you can see above you once you’re away from the ever-present electric lights of civilisation. The Forest is as close to a wilderness as you’ll find in the UK with spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife.

Pembrokeshire – Tenby

A little closer than Cornwall and no less worthy of your attention is the Welsh seaside resort of Tenby in Pembrokeshire. Just like St Ives, you’ll be able to enjoy a charming seaside town, sandy beaches and numerous options when it comes to watersports. As a historic seaside tourist resort, there’s plenty to see and do in Tenby, no matter what the weather throws at you, so there’s not chance of hearing the dreaded “I’m bored” while visiting this colourful coastal town.

Norfolk – Bewilderwood

While traditional theme parks are likely to be packed with other families during half term and also full of long queues, junk food and overpriced souvenirs. Bewilderwood by comparison, described as ‘The Curious Treehouse Adventure’ is definitely a park based on a theme, but that theme is less to do with fancy rides and more to do with treehouse style things to climb and explore for kids of all ages. A giant, rustic and slightly twee adventure playground, there’s a little something for everyone to enjoy.

Although many families have yet to discover the opportunities motorhome adventures can offer for making memories and enjoying family time, there are enough who have, to make it essential to book your motorhome soon in order to avoid disappointment.

If you would like to make a booking with us visit http://www.easicampers.com or contact us on 01942 778899

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