How to travel by Camper in a more eco-friendly and sustainable way

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April 13, 2022 / IGLUU for igloo

They were the stars of the hippy movement and now they are living a second youth. We are talking about the Camper, those conveniently adapted vans that are preferred by many people, young and not so young, to travel because they share with their predecessors the same spirit of adventure, freedom and passion for nature.

And although we live in times in which we are looking for new forms of mobility, it is still difficult to find affordable electric models for this type of van. However, there are little tricks to make the camper experience more conscious and respectful of the environment.

For example, opting for second-hand models and camperizing them ourselves using recycled wood from other furniture or PVC-based structures -and even pallets-, and even with cardboard furniture such as those manufactured by CartonLab and Decarthon. Or equip them with crockery, towels and cutlery that we have at home and that we no longer use. Or calculating and minimizing the cost of fuel for our trip.

He tells us about all this Santiago Lozano in this Igluu ​​post.

They were the stars of the hippy movement and now they are living a second youth. We are talking about the Camper, those conveniently adapted vans that are preferred by many people, young and not so young, to travel because they share with their predecessors the same spirit of adventure, freedom and passion for nature.

And although we live in times in which we are looking for new forms of mobility, it is still difficult to find affordable electric models for this type of van. However, there are little tricks to make the camper experience more conscious and respectful of the environment.

For example, opting for second-hand models and camperizing them ourselves using recycled wood from other furniture or PVC-based structures -and even pallets-, and even with cardboard furniture such as those manufactured by CartonLab and Decarthon. Or equip them with crockery, towels and cutlery that we have at home and that we no longer use. Or calculating and minimizing the cost of fuel for our trip.

He tells us about all this Santiago Lozano in this Igluu ​​post.