For some, nothing short of a Class A with slide outs, bedrooms, satellite TV and dozens of gallons of storage will do when it comes to traveling around in an RV. For others, a basic van with a Coleman stove and a mattress will suffice.
Choosing the right rig for your particular needs isn’t always an easy decision. Families live in vans and singles live in larger RVs. There’s no specific formula, just personal preference. Here, we’ve gathered as much information on the various methods available — from RVs and vans to sailboats and bicycles — so you can try and make as informed a decision as possible.
The Complete Guide to Choosing and Buying RVs for Full-Time Traveling
We cover every type of RV, including vans and travel trailers, and what they’re like to travel full-time in + how to look through one when you buy it and so very much more!
Can I Live in a Van?
Sure, living in a van sounds sweet, but can I do it? Can I convince my significant other to drop this cozy pad in Lush City and give up the lattes, Whole Foods, double ply toilet paper and this big, big bed we currently have grown accustom to? Good question. I’ve personally had three vans in
Living in a Truck Camper
The 100% 411 on choosing a truck camper for full-time traveling and overlanding. The different styles, pros, cons and real world examples from a couple who has done it for years.
How to Find the Perfect Home on Wheels
A brief look at all of the homes you can find on the road, from tiny houses to RVs and vans, and explanations of them all.
Living in an Airstream
The tale of four different Airstreams and their occupants. Traveling the nation, living in style and making the most of life.
Full-time Living on a Small Sailboat
Hi, my name is Fabio and at a certain moment in my life I decided that I wanted to sail and live on a small sailboat. It was an unconscious decision, that revealed itself in stages. The first step was living aboard a sailing yacht in a group of remote islands of Venezuela, without even
Full-time Travel by Bicycle
Extensive, in-depth interviews with a family who rode bicycles from the top of Alaska to the tip of Argentina and a man who is currently riding solo around the world.
How to Sail Full-time
A full-time sailor takes us from purchasing a boat, preparing your mind, and launching off to living with less, keeping watch and exploring the world. Plus a little fun sailor terminology thrown in for good measure.
How to Ride the Magic Ribbon
Hitchhiking in the new age of wanderlust comes with cell phones, social media and adventure blogs. It’s different than other decades because hitchhikers and drivers are different. What hasn’t changed is that it is still the getaway for poets, artists and dreamers hungry for inspiration on the open road. Runaways and the restless go to
8 Things I Learned From Living In A Van
My husband and I have been living in a van for the past 14 months. When we first started this journey, I had no idea what to expect. I imagined our days would be spent driving around, going on a few hikes and hitting up a coffee shop to get some work done. Yoga, reading,
How Everything in an RV Works
From electrical wiring to dumping your sewage, the unabridged guide to everything RV.
Flies in Your Teeth: An Epic 21,000 Mile USA Motorcycle Road Trip
A collection of photographs of the United States, vivid, brilliant and impressive, taken by English biker Gary S. France on his 21,000 mile zig zag journey across America.
Paradise on Pennies: Living in an SUV
Heather & Ramsey, along with their two rescue dogs, live and travel out of their SUV on around $6000 per year.