Winter Vancation LOADING…

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22. january, Ida Songve Pictures shared by Elisabeth Ravndal Jacobsen  Cabin Campers are expanding to Stavanger, Bergen and Bodø As we all know, 2020 wasn’t exactly the year. For anybody.  But often good things come out of hard times. And as for us in the Cabin Campers family – we came to a crossroad.  From not knowing […]

What to pack for your campervan trip?

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Traveling with a campervan gives you the freedom to roam around and experience Norway’s beautiful treasures. It´s literally a four-wheeled cabin, and whether you are planning a four days adventure or three weeks, we have created a package list that we believe will make your trip as convenient as possible. Clothing General Toiletries Electronics Apps […]

4 Awesome National Parks close to Oslo

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When you rent a campervan in Norway, visiting some of our many spectacular national parks should be close to the top of your to-do list. They offer unbeatable access to wild and varied landscapes – from majestic mountain ranges inland, to the fjords that define our coastlines. But did you know that you can visit […]

September – the Best Month to Travel Norway in a Campervan?

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September is a month where the weather can still be very good, there are a lot fewer tourists and the national scenic routes and hikes are still open. If you want to see Norway during a beautiful month and avoid the crowds, September might actually be the best, or one of the best months to travel Norway in a campervan.

Cabin Campers recommended on national TV!

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We were recommended for traveling in Norway in 2019 on Good Morning Norway TV2! The editor of Norway’s largest travel Magazine, Magasinet Reiselyst, was a visitor on the show, and talked about her worldwide travel recommendations for 2019.

18 Official scenic roads in Norway

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There is without a doubt no better way of seeing Norway than by driving. Norway is a large (and in the south, wide) country, and really getting around without a car is not that easy. There are 18 official scenic roads which includes basically most of the highlights Norwegian nature has to offer.

Great roadtrips near Stavanger!

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There are several really good roadtrips you can take starting in (or very near) Stavanger. Two of these are Ryfylke and Jæren. Both of these are also among the 18 official scenic routes in Norway that we described in another post. Jæren is a short but definitely worthwhile trip (especially if you are interested in beaches and/or surfing), and Ryfylke is a longer roadtrip with lots of classic Norwegian highlights.

Driving a car in Norway – What you need to know

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So you plan on renting a campervan and drive all around Norway? Maybe you already booked your Cabin Camper? Lets have a quick talk about some of the basic driving rules and guidelines! Driving a car or campervan in Norway is not difficult, but you should know a few things before you hit the road. […]