In present-day Australia, the camper trailer market is dominated by a small but zealous number of camper trailer manufacturers. Having been unable to compete on price with many imported campers from China, they compete on innovation and quality. Australia has one of the best camper trailer markets globally, and it sets the trend for other markets.
The benefit of getting an Australian-made RV is beyond the quality that manufacturers need to aspire to be relevant in the market. There are many Aussie campers with innovations and creativity that no other campers have. These innovations have brought forth campers that are easy and quick to pack up and set up and perfect for the styles of travel of many Australians.
It is difficult to get a bad Australia camper trailer; however, here are some of the best campers to purchase.
- Walkabout Campers
Many Australian caravanners know about the Gall Boys, their wild tours, and the adventures of northern Australia. Still, only a few know that one of the Gall Boys manufactures camper tents in Queensland.
Elegant, simple, and in beautiful colors, the camper tents are quality. The trailers are also made around the corner. Walkabout campers are a cheap and great option for all Australians. However, you might need to wait for yours because they can only make 45 a year.
- Cub Campers Frontier
Although the idea of the forward-folding camper was conceived in Australia, it took Australian manufacturers a long time to get the hang of it, and the Cub Frontier arguably has the best forward folding camper in Australia. It features the best tent set-up, including comfortable and simple camper features. It is the perfect camper for traveling couples.
- Jayco Eagle Outback
These campers are one of the most popular in the country. They are the perfect camper trailers for family adventures. The Eagle features the perfect floorplan, a lounge close to a big bed for adults, and a smaller compartment for children.
- Track Tvan Canning
Track Tvan Canning is famous for its exquisite space-age design, military durable suspension system, and incredible tent system. It is the pride of most outback caravanners, and this camper has four models with the right proportion of comfort.
- Cub Brumby
The maker of Cub Brumby is the oldest camper manufacturer in Australia, and Cub Brumby is one of its awe-inspiring models. Light-weight, small, strong, and simple, it is easy to pack up and set up. You’ll get the best value for your money by buying this rear-fold camper.
- Trackabout Explorer
A track about Explorer is a small walk-up camper featuring a walkway. You can easily get on the bed with a ladder. With the bed’s folding design, it is easier to set up. It also features an arm system. It is perfect for travelers who are always on the move. Those who love a lightweight off-road camper can also get it. It is the ideal camper for small families.
- Patriot X1
Patriot is likened to be that kid that is brilliant at everything. The new Patriot X1 has a soft-floor tent, hard-topped roof, which is very easy to set up. This trailer comes with large storage options, a good kitchen, and several innovative features.
Hamza Fazal is a reporter for The Hear UP. After graduating from the University of Abbottabad, Hamza got an internship at the NPR and worked as a reporter and producer. Hamza has also worked as a reporter for the Medium. Hamza covers health and science for The Hear UP.
Road Trip In Rajasthan
Rajasthan is known for its exquisite palaces and innumerable temples. Crowded cities, teeming with an ever-working population and free-roaming animals, are not stereotypical images. Add to that remarkable historical monuments, sacred lakes, deserts and lovely people, you get a trip like no other. Each day spent was different from the previous but no less breathtaking. However, it is difficult to do all the essentials of Rajasthan, there are many of them and that is why it is a major tourist destination in the world. But here is an idea of an ideal road trip in Delhi, Agra and Rajasthan. To visualize the travel itinerary, this Rajasthan tourist map is useful. It is possible to plan a road trip in Rajasthan in 10 to 15 days and the following tourist attractions will be included.
Visit the Taj Mahal in Agra
Agra is located in Uttar Pradesh 220 km from Delhi. Renowned for its famous Taj Mahal in white marble and semi-precious stones, millions of tourists pass through it every year, especially to see the mausoleum and its minarets. It is of course difficult to come to North India without making the detour by the Taj Mahal. It would be a bit like going to Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower. And although the tourist influx is impressive, we do not come out disappointed with the visit of the Taj Mahal. And no, you don’t have to get up at 5 a.m. to enjoy the visit. The desire to see such a completely empty tourist site should not become an obsession.
Agra brings together, in addition to the most famous Indian monument, great Indo-Muslim architectures such as the Red Fort and the mausoleum of Itmad-Ud-Daulad.
Jaipur the pink city, a must in Rajasthan
Jaipur, capital of Rajasthan, is located in arid and stony landscapes. A bit like the surrounding rocks, the old town is adorned with pink and ocher until the apotheosis of the Palace of the Winds, the Hawa Mahal. Indeed, for a long time governed by royalty, the city presents among the most sublime century-old palaces of the Maharajas, including the City Palace in the very center.
The pink city overflows with energy between bazaars and colorful markets. Also known for its fabrics and handicrafts such as Rajai blankets, you will come across many women dressed in their most beautiful sari.
Visit Amber Palace and Jaigarth Fort: Indiana Jones Palace
Only a few kilometers from Jaipur, the Amber Fort or Amber Palace is one of Rajasthan’s best attractions. The Amber Fort sits majestically on a hill. Far from being a ruin, we discover architectural marvels and a maze of corridors going around the monument. Even if it does not help the conservation of this building, it is quite incredible to be able to walk freely in the enclosure and thus immerse yourself in the past.
The Amber Fort inside and out is monumental. It’s no wonder it can serve as the setting for movies like Indiana Jones. Yes, the famous Pankot Palace in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom is none other than the Amer Fort of Jaipur in India.
Pushkar, place of pilgrimage and holy lake
Pushkar is a bit like a village compared to other metropolises in Rajasthan. Life revolves quietly around the eponymous sacred lake, punctuated by Hindu religious rites. Rare thing, here we celebrate the creator god of the universe: Brahma.
The shores of Pushkar Lake are made of long steps descending into the water for daily rituals. The Indian baths and prayers that accompany the purification are repeated here tirelessly. So, the water is adorned with flower petals and yellow and red pigments, some male bodies are stripped bare. A fascinating spectacle that we observe discreetly in order to remain respectful of customs.
In the evening, the drums resound in the streets of Pushkar whose activity intensifies only a few hours. Then the reflections on the water smooth out, everything becomes calm again.
Jodhpur, stroll through the blue city and see the Clock Tower
The old city of Jodhpur is a tangle of blue buildings. The decrepit facades seem to have come out of a movie set, as the aging seems exaggerated. The deeper you go into its heart, the more the alleys narrow into a veritable maze of shades of blue. The calm of these small arteries contrasts with the rest of Jodhpur. Merangarh Fort is a bit like the North Star, dominating the city with splendor, it is a major landmark.
Further on, the Clock Tower is a place of trade and exchange where the population is agitated in all directions. I loved Jodhpur for the many faces it shows: between the tranquility of the historic center and the effervescence of the bazaars, there is also the beauty of the surroundings of the city including several points of interest to do absolutely.
Visit romantic Udaipur: the white city
Udaipur has everything of the big cities of Rajasthan, huge palaces, big temples, bazaars and human overactivity. You add lakes, architectures in shades of white, exotic gardens, small bridges, sunken steps and exceptional light and you understand why this stage is a must in Rajasthan.
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