Campervan life in the great outdoors

What better way to enjoy the outdoors and all your sporting passions than having all your equipment in one place, firing up the BBQ after a day on a surf board, waking to the sunrise and going to sleep listening to the waves crash! There is nothing better than a campervan life in the great outdoors

Renting a motor home with your Triathlon Bikes on a rack or canoe on the roof is everything you could hope for. Hitting the road to walk the mountains of Snowdonia, trying climbing routes or signing up for a kitesurfing class on the south east coast of England. The options for you to be outdoors, travelling to your next destination and spending your evenings relaxing, watching the sunsets, feeling pleasantly tired and happy with the achievements of the day. It’s hard to match that sense of adventure and contentment.

Here are a few ideas of adventure packed trips using a motor home or camper van –

Triathlons, Aquathlons, Swimming Events and Obstacle Races

Park near the race start, don’t worry about finding an Air Bnb or hotel and have all your kit right there with you to walk to the race start.  Try a short distance Sprint, or an Olympic distance Triathlon or prefer the longer distance half or full IronMan race? Find the UK’s largest selection triathlons, off-road cycle races, open water swimming events and obstacle races and much more here from our friends at…… CLICK HERE. To learn more about open water swimming and suitable UK venues and races in Open Water Swimming CLICK HERE

Surfing & Yoga

How about a UK surf holiday in Cornwall, Devon, Scotland or Wales. You can find breaks for 2 to 5 days and even do them with Yoga! What an amazing holiday! Sleep near the beach, awake ready for morning yoga and then hit the surf….Nameste!

To try a UK surfcamp (or internationally) check out the following amazing source of surf trips  CLICK HERE

Surfing UK


The UK might not be as warm as other parts of the world, but we have some spectacular beaches and a thriving kitesurfing scene. Some of the world’s best kitesurfers hail from the UK: Aaron Hadlow from Cornwall, five times winner of the (PKRA) World Championships, Lewis Cranthern from Worthing, winner of many big air comps and the man who jumped Brighton Pier on his kite board!

Discover new kite beaches, prepare for road trips, don’t get caught out by seasonal bans or hidden hazards. Click on the following page from our friends at kitesurfinguk who provide a full list of venues and whose mission is to get you there and help you to kitesurf safely. The fun bit is up to you! Find a school here or google ‘kitesurf school’ when you know where you are going!