About Us

We are a Norwegian campervan rental company that offers unique and custom made campervans inspired by Norwegian cottages. You can pick up and drop off our campervans in Oslo, Norway.

Cabin Campers has a fascinating story that dates back to 2018. The company was born after Jan, the founder, travelled the beautiful landscapes of Australia in a campervan. Upon his return to Norway, he realized that this was the perfect way to experience Norway’s gorgeous scenery, though it requires good driving between each location. The company started with Jan and three others, who began building the campervans.

During their first year, three campervans were produced, and by the second year, an additional ten were released. Fast forward to today, and the company has expanded to a fleet consisting of several different classes and 24 campervans. Customer feedback has been critical in the modification and upgrading of the vans to ensure that Cabin Campers can offer the best possible campervan experience. Excitingly, as of 2023, Cabin Campers will begin offering 0-emission campervans based on the ID-buzz.

At Cabin Campers, their mission is to be the best campervan rental company, with the greatest customer service and the highest ratings from our guests. So, if you’re looking for a very flexible and smart way to explore Norway’s magnificent natural landscapes, there’s no better choice than Cabin Campers.

Cabin Campers have adopted three of the Sustainable Development goals. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. 

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As part of our dedication to the Sustainable Development goals Cabin Campers is a supporting member of the NGO Hold Norge Rent – Translated to Keep Norway clean. And have especially devoted our commitment to the #Likefinsomfør-campain

Please help us on your Cabin Campers adventure, “No one can do everything, but everyone can do a little! By each one of us helping to clean up litter in nature and raising our awareness of how we can live more sustainably, we contribute to a common push to meet and fight our common climate and environmental challenges.”