Do you love camping? Well this new and improved camper is changing camping for the better! Once you get a peek inside you will never want anything else again… AMAZING!
Packing up and hitting the road in search of an adventure is a dream for many people, but few will actually take the plunge. Between a little thing called responsibilities, prohibitive costs, and the overall feasibility of such a quest, the dreams will quickly fizzle out for most. As AWM shares, this innovative new camper just may add a few more people to the ranks of wandering traveler.
A startup known as Nest Caravans has designed a lightweight and affordable camper that can be latched onto virtually any size vehicle. While the price is budget friendly, the accommodations are pretty far away from what you would expect. In fact, it’s best described as an efficient and modern apartment on wheels, albeit at a much smaller size.
Appropriately named ‘The Nest,’ this camper is made from lightweight materials and has an interior that looks awfully similar to the cabin of a small sailboat. It spans about 16 feet and includes a stove, a sink, a seating area that converts into a bed, several windows, and even a skylight.
According to AMW,
It is also meant to be an affordable entry level vehicle for the next generation of explorers.
On the inside, it very much resembles the cabin of a small sailboat, and is just about as efficient in its use of space. And the aesthetics are superb. Designed to appeal to a younger, urban crowd, the Nest has the feel of a modern apartment, with lots of hardwood, stainless steel, and natural light from its multiple windows, including a skylight. Says designer Robert Johans “Design is Everything.”
At sixteen feet, this camper has a two burner stove, sink, seating area that converts to a bed, and more space than some Brooklyn apartments. It also has plenty of storage for those long weekend trips to your local state park, but would be easily ready to handle the campgrounds at Yosemite and the Grand Canyon as well.
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Wow, now that is camping in luxury!