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Why this matters

Camping is the most wholesome, nature friendly and sustainable way to travel. Global pandemics makes it also the most healthy choice, considering current social distancing and hygienic trends. Do you agree?

We are a group of digital nomads, remote workers, and travel families, curating a handpicked collection of magical camping spots, exceptional campsites, convenient aires, and interesting travel experiences all around Europe. We think, and live by the principle, that quality outclass quantity and we promote responsible travel, which benefits travelers and local communities alike.

Let’s embark on a journey together. We offer a warm welcome to anyone with a similar passion to ours. Fresh inspiration for seasoned travellers, tips and guides for aspiring campers and safehaven for best outdoor stays out there. This project is our contribution towards making the (camping) world a better place.


Wanna contribute? Have an interesting perspective? Own a unique camping spot?
Get in touchthe@camperguru.com

Our Philosophy

Goals, values and ideas for a great camping experience

  1. The best places to camp in Europe – we'd like to encourage you to explore free and paid nature getaways that we think are unusual and, above all, magical.
  2. Safer and healthier – travelling by caravan is healthier and more enjoyable than in hotels, planes, cruise ships or taxis. You are closer to nature. Let's help our governments understand the benefits of camping.
  3. Save the campsites – there are wilderness campsites of pure beauty. They are the jewels of Europe. And we, the campers who stay there, are the main force that can make them thrive. Let's join this movement together to achieve a cleaner and more sustainable environment. Our planet is our only home and we have the power to accept change.
  4. Communication – we support open dialogue. We prefer to share our views with local communities, rather than keeping quiet and hoping for good results. Not all places, cultures and countries are the same. And that is a good thing. We cherish diversity.
  5. For future generations – our children are the future leaders of the world. Help them inherit a planet that is a pleasure to explore. Take responsibility for their future into your own hands. We will try to do the same.
  6. Responsible travellers – we favour autonomous vehicles with on-board tanks that are configured to leave no trace while camping.
  7. Common sense allows more freedom – we are in a rather complicated situation. Camping is becoming more and more popular and not everyone shares our ethics or ideals of sustainable behaviour. Let's work on that!
  8. Benefits to local communities – think about how travellers and locals can work together to benefit both. Most campers can contribute to the communities they visit. Let's improve this existing cooperation.
  9. What do you think?the@camperguru.com

It's personal. We live camping.

becamperguru

Renata and the girls have been travelling through Europe for almost ten years. They have tried a caravan, a roof tent and a van – travelled from Morocco to Turkey. This family combines life in the family home with long-term travel.

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where.is.frankie

Jakub, Lucie and František joined the van life lifestyle only a few years ago, but full time. They left their flat in Prague and went to explore Europe for the next few years. Their daily routine includes working remotely and raising their son.

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alexpreukschat

Alex and his family are seriously considering a change. Are the blockchain geeks leaving the comfort of Spain and hitting the road? Will they trade security for adventure? It's one of life's toughest decisions.

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