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Why Traveling By Land Should Be Your Goals

Traveling has been a part of most individuals lives in this modern times. In fact, it has become one of the most common entries in almost everyone’s bucket list. Whether they do this for fun or to see new places, the truth is traveling provides a relief from everyday stress.

There are many ways to travel. Depending on the destination, individuals may choose to travel by land, air, and water. If you are going to cross borders, to save time, a plane is still the best way. But if you have time and by land travel is possible, traveling through your car, or better yet through Recreational Vehicles (RVs) will give you a whole new experience.

Yes, you heard that right. We are talking about motorhomes – homes on wheels. It is a scary concept for those who have inhibitions and have not experience this yet. But honestly, it is one of the best ways to travel. Why?

1. It gives you a REAL travel experience

By traveling through RVs, it is guaranteed that you’ll get the travel that you’ve been waiting for. Your get it uncoated and raw, with the real adventures on the road at every corner. If you are a thrill seeker and real explorer by heart then this is the best for you.

2. Hotel room is not needed

In an RV, you already have all the rooms you’d ever need. Who needs a hotel reservation when you have already the kitchen, living room, dining room, and sleeping quarters packed in your vehicle? Very convenient right? You can come and go as you want without needing to request for check out every time. In case you get tired, you don’t anymore need to travel to and from your hotels. You can simply snatch a minute or two of sleep the proceed to move to your next destination.

3. Your time is in your hands

When you travel by RV, you get to have a flexible time. You don’t need to wait for the trip hours of buses to come and carry you to places. You don’t have to catch yourself a Lyft or an Uber because you can drive yourself around. You don’t need to rush into places or pressure yourself into moving fast because you have all the time in the world.

4. You enjoy sceneries better

When you travel by land, you get to cherish your destination the better. You get to literally spend your time on the great outdoors which is not always the case when you ride the plane. You see things that are not available to you when you go straight to mainstream tourist spots. You get an advantage from travelers like you.

Contrary to what you are thinking, you do not need to but RVs just to get this experience. We have been renting it out for those who love to get their show on the road. You can even have it customized to fit

the lifestyle you want. Let us show you what we have and let us help you re-design your temporary mobile homes. We’ll show you the immediate outcome via simulatorpro.com.


Some people are born with wanderlust and spend their lives seeking new experiences. Others plan yearly vacations, enjoy weekend day trips or tack a few extra days onto a business trip to explore their destination.

No matter what your travel style, there are many reasons we need to get out of your aluminum garage door in Las Vegas to go to new locations. Here are a few:

    • You feel more rested and restored.

Getting away from everyday stress helps restore both body and mind, and having new experiences takes your mind away from the day-to-day problems and allows it to concentrate on taking in new sights, smells, tastes and sounds. After a couple of days, you can actually feel your body start to relax.

    • You get to play.
    • We have far too little play in our lives, so travel lets us channel our inner child and see the world with fresh eyes. Do something you haven’t done since childhood, like ride a carousel or swim in the cool blue ocean. You’ll find yourself smiling as the stress melts away.
    • You get a break from work.
    • Some of your best ideas come to you when you’re doing something other than working. Try to forget about work when you travel and immerse yourself in the new experiences all around you. Be sure to unplug: check emails once in the morning, or only as necessary, and assign someone else to take on the responsibilities while you’re gone.
    • You create quality time with loved ones.
    • With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, we often forget to make time for quality interactions with friends and family. Traveling together allows you to share and enjoy experiences together, plus it creates precious memories that will be recalled over and over again throughout the years to come. Be sure to take pictures for visual touchstones of special times.
    • You find yourself again.

    When you’re out in the world, you see things in a new light, and with the stimulation of new surroundings, you can often have flashes of inspiration or insights into your own soul. You might be inspired to renew your interest in painting after visiting a gallery or sitting by a mountain lake, or you might remember a long-forgotten goal that suddenly becomes a new focus.

How to choose your travel destinations

You’ve made the decision you want to travel more this year. You’ve realised experiences are more important than possessions and you’ve put together a plan to start saving for your next big trip.

But how are you going to decide where to actually go?

Budget and time will undoubtedly play a part in the decision making process but with so many amazing places in the world, how do you whittle it down?

If you’re anything like me, you’ll just want to go EVERYWHERE and explore as much of the world as possible! But unless you’re taking a few years out to travel, this really isn’t an option. While some people want to go everywhere, other people don’t have one place on their wish list and they’re not sure how to discover new places to go.

Whichever situation you’re in, here are my top tips to help you choose your travel destinations.

#1. Be open-minded
Haven’t heard a place? Can’t even pronounce a place? Have no idea where a place is? But you’ve found suspiciously cheap flights to said place…? Google the hell out of it, check it’s safe and book that flight! Sometimes you’ll have the best adventures in places you can’t pronounce. Ljubljana, I’m talking to you.

#2. Be creative
You want to travel to a certain destination but flights are really expensive? Don’t let this put you off, find an alternative. Using the example of Ljubljana again, it’s really expensive to fly direct but flights to Venice are cheap and then there’s a 2 hour shuttle bus from Venice into Ljubljana. Problem solved.

#3. Consider the underdog
Every country has a ‘second city’ and it’s often a much cheaper and a more unique alternative to the capital city.

#4. Be decisive
You’ve found a place you want to go. Book it now. Go on, book it. Don’t think about it for 3 weeks and then think a bit more and then realise you’ve missed the opportunity.

#5. Ask yourself ‘why’?
Why do you want to travel? Do you want to relax, have fun with your mates, reconnect with a loved one, switch off from work, learn something new, get a tan or have an adventure? It’s easier to decide where you’re going when you know why you’re going there.

#6. Remember, remember…
You’ll only regret the things you didn’t do.
I always think about this when I need a kick up the arse to be a little more adventurous.

#7. Safe choices aren’t bad choices
Yes, I like to be adventurous in my travel choices but a good old weekend in Paris or an all-inclusive beach holiday should never been sneered at. So what if a million people have done it before you. If you have a good time, that’s all that matters.

#8. Go Solo
You’ve found somewhere you REALLY want to go but no one wants to go with you? Don’t let this stop you, go solo!

#9. Don’t dismiss your own backyard
Who said travelling has to include long flights? Search a little closer to home, you’d be surprised by the hidden gems you might find.

#10. There’s always a budget option
Don’t let your budget stop you from travelling somewhere. Even the most expensive countries have budget options like hostels where you can cook your own food, free city tours and public transport. You’re going to need to be creative but that often makes it more fun.