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The Mali empire was an empire in west Africa which existed between 1235-1600BC.It was comprised of modern day Senegal,Gambia,Guinea Concary and Guinea Bissau, South Mauritania, Burkina Faso and Ivory Cost.

That’s a total of seven countries , to say it lightly it was big. It was founded by a man called Sundiata Keita who was also called The Lion King . If the name sounds familiar well it didn’t originate from the Disney production first. The king did his best to unite al the small kingdoms to one large empire and was able to protect its self from attacks from Northern Africa

During the reign of Musa Keita is when Mali was recognized as one of the wealthiest empires in the world during its time. Late on Mansa Musa nephew of Musa Keita took over the throne after the previous King abdicated to go explore the world. The territory of the empire was rich in resources such as salt and gold which was very valuable at the time. When he built the city of Timbuktu and Gao he gained access to trade routes to the Mediterranean and west African cost which was valuable to the empire and enabled room for expansion. Being a Muslim he had the desire to travel to Mecca and so he took his pilgrimage to Mecca. These when the world knew of his riches. He is said to be the richest man who ever lived.

He had a caravan of camels streaching as far as the eyes could see. Ten of thousand of solders, civilians and slaves bearing gold staffs and dressed in fine silk. He also had the camels and horses carry abundant of gold plates. It is said that on his way he spent a large amount of gold giving to the poor, building mosques along the way and buying souvenirs that he destabilized the regions economy causing mass inflation. These journey took over a year and on his return his tales where spread all over the Mediterranean region that Mali and its King is included in the Catalan Atlas of 1375 which is like legendary status. Its one of the most important Maps of medieval Europe.

He went on to build The Djinguereber Mosque. In its place know is the Djenne mosque which is the largest mud mosque in the world. The whole community of Djenne takes part in the annual repair of the mosque during a festival called Crepissage de la Grand Mosquée. He build a University that attracted scholars around the region, schools , mosques and turned Mali into a densely populated town. It was until the French invaded and burned all of their literature and took the people as slaves.

The Kings legacy went on for many generations and to this day he is remembered in history books and museums

1.MONTMARTRE

many artists lived, worked, or had studios in or around Montmartre, including Amedio Modigliani, Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Pablo Picasso and many more. Montmartre is also the setting for several Hollywood hit films.

The it is also in the house where the painters Maurice Utrillo and Suzanne Valadon lived and worked in second-floor studios. The house was Pierre’s first Montmartre address, and he painted several of his masterpieces there. Many other well known personalities moved through the premises. The mansion in the garden at the back is the oldest hotel on Montmartre.

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2 NOTRE-DAME

This famous medieval gothic cathedral from the 13th century is located on the island Île de la Cité. Visit also Conciergerie, a former medieval royal palace and a prison during the French Revolution.

3.CATACOMBS OF PARIS

It is an underground tunnel and gallery. The ossuary known as the catacombs date back to the 18th century when the remains of over six million people were moved into an underground tunnel network of former stone mines to reduce the growing number of cemeteries. The tunnels are very long and one can easily get lost so don’t go wondering of alone

4.EIFFEL TOWER

It is one of the most recognized world attractions and most-visited paid monument in the world. It was constructed in 1889 by the company owned by the engineer Gustaf Eiffel as the entrance to the 1889 World’s Fair. Including the tip, Eiffel Tower is 1,063 ft (324 m) tall and is the tallest structure in Paris.

5.CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES

The Avenue is a 1.2-mile-long (1,9 km) street located in the center of Paris and is considered to be one of the most recognizable avenues in the world. It features numerous luxury shops, theaters, and cafés. At Champs-Élysées ends with Arc de Triomphe.

6.LA DEFENSE

It is Europe’s largest business district containing many of Paris’s tallest buildings and a large shopping mall with numerous restaurants and theaters. La Défense features an impressive modern architectural masterpiece La Grande Arche.

7.VERSAILLES

It is an impressive royal residence of the king of France and Château de Versailles is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Amazing Travel Tips

The gorgeous countryside
The gorgeous countryside

1. Great Wall of China

Erected in ancient China, its one of the largest construction projects ever undertaken. Opened in 220BC, 21, 196.18 in km, the wall was built across the historical northern borders of ancient China as protection from various nomadic groups from the Eurasian Steppe. Are you up for the challenge? Get your comfy shoes because it will take you around 18 months to walk its length.

2. Petra in Jordan

Located in Jordan’s southwestern desert, the city’s carved rose red sandstone rock facades, tombs and temples are known around the world. The spectacular sandstone city is half built; half carved in stone to create awe inspiring monument. It’s fairly easy and affordable to visit, with accommodations from tented camps to 5-star resort, its safe and the people are welcoming.

3. Taj Mahal In India

It’s an ivory white marble mausoleum on the right bank of the river Yamuna. The story goes that it was built by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, to honor his favorite wife and also house the tomb of the emperor himself. What a grand gesture of love. With its architecture being a combination of Islamic, Persian and Indian style, it’s the jewel of Muslim art in India.

4. The Colosseum in Italy

Think gladiators, back in the roman empire, this is where their battles took place, not forgetting executions and animal hunt. The oval amphitheater in the center of the city of Rome, is the largest Amphitheatre in the world to date. Marvel at ancient roman engineering.

5. Machu Picchu

Built in the 15th century, located in the eastern Cordillera of southern Peru on a mountain ridge, with its sophisticated drywalls that fuse huge blocks that play on astronomical alignment and a panoramic view. There are a number of trekking routes along the classic Inca Trail and on average it takes 3 -5 days to reach, Machu Picchu, an awesome challenge for those who want to take up hiking.

6.Christ the Redeemer in Brazil

A symbol of Christianity all over the world that attracts millions of believers and non-believers alike, the statue was created by French sculpture Paul Landowski and built by Brazilian engineer Heitor da Silva Costa, in collaboration with French engineer Albert Caquot. The face was sculpted by Gheorghe Leonida, a Romanian. The famous statue set on top of Corcovado Mountain, stands at 30m tall, visible from anywhere and everywhere in Rio thus represent a way of” reclaiming Rio”
Colca Canyon in Peru
A well-known trekking destination, the river canyon is famed for being 2nd deepest canyon in the world. Slicing through the High Andes for more than 100km, it’s the perfect setting for extreme sports and peaceful relaxation. Its one of those places that has everything from, rafting, trekking, observation of highland animals in their natural habitat and so much more. The landscape is surrounded by lush green vegetation and remote villages, a perfect getaway from the city life.

7. The Great pyramid of Giza

It is located in Northern Africa contrary to popular belief that it is in the middle east. It was constructed between the period of 2584 BC & 2561 BC, it is the largest of all three pyramids found in Egypt and also the oldest one, with a base of about 230 meters, and a height of 146.5 meters.

1.Ice hotel in Sweden

It is located in northern Europe. A hotel rebuilt each year with an art exhibition, chairs, beds all constructed from blocks of ice. Two hundred kilometers above the arctic circle, the Ice hotel offers an experience like no other. Has cold rooms, plus a subzero bar and restaurant where the glasses are also made of ice.

2.Cancun underwater Museum

Located in Cancun, Mexico, the museum has over 500 life size sculptures used to promote coral life. Known locally as MUSA, it’s the largest museum of its kind on earth. In order to explore the unique underwater sculptures, you will have to go diving, snorkeling or if you not into getting wet, a glass bottom boat tour is available. Ensure you have the necessary essentials for the trip Only rule, don’t touch the sculptures or disturb the marine life in any way. This is the ultimate Mexican trip you have been waiting for.

3.Pamukkale thermal pools

Located in Turkey, its name translates to cotton castle because the pools look like fields of cotton balls. Take a dip in the warm healing waters, that is not that deep, so kids friendly, soak in the natural good mineral and rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.

4.Alberobello

It’s a town in Italy, known for Trulli, dwellings made from limestone and appear cone shaped that have been around from centuries. Have a great day out with family, along its narrow pedestrian streets, enjoy the local meal at the few nice cafes, a great place to get souvenirs at the little local shops. It’s a destination you are sure to remember.

5.Sichuan ,China

Sichuan, China
Has an adorable animal that also represents Chinas diplomacy, yes a panda, not any other kind but a giant panda at that. With its breathtaking scenery, unique culture and amazing food , it’s a must see location. Its also a sacred place of Buddhism and Taoism, who yearn for a true pilgrimage journey, with enormous ravine and valleys, rugged snow mountain, pure village life ang lush grasslands, providing a peaceful atmosphere. Detox and regain the good energy.

5.Hobbit village New Zealand

It can only be visited on a guided walking tour and you have to book in advance especially during the summer. Are you a fan of lord of the rings? Then this will be a treat , walking on the same path as some of the beloved characters in the movie, plus take in the beautiful surrounding nature that New Zealand has to offer.
Dean’s Blue Hole, Bahamas
One of the deepest blue hole in the world with a depth of 600, and the site of vertical blue freediving competition held annually. Being the 2nd deepest in the world, it contains both fresh water and sea water that extend below sea level. Since the wind doesn’t reach it due to its enclosure nature, it’s an ideal place even for beginner swimmers.

1.Visiting the Burj Khalifa

Located in Dubai, a city in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, modern architecture and a lively nightlife. At over 828m and more than 160 floors, it’s the tallest building in the world, has the highest outdoor observation deck in the world, has the tallest service elevator, has the highest occupied floor in the world, just to name a few of the records it holds. It houses a variety of office spaces, observation decks, restaurants and health facilities.

2 . Hiking Mount Everest

It’s the highest mountain above sea level, located in Himalayas. Home to indigenous people living in the valleys, their lifestyle consisting of farming, herding, and trade. Are you up for the challenge? Are you macho enough to conquer this giant? Are you prepared mentally and physically to have the full experience that the mountain has to offer? Get yourself here and make unforgettable memories.

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3.Going on to of the Eiffel tower

Located in the city of love, Paris, it was designed as the centerpiece of the 1889 worlds fair, meant to show France’s modern prowess on a world stage. There a secret apartment at the top, a post office tucked into the first floor, a military bunker underneath the south pillar, brave enough to reach the top? A champagne bar awaits you at the top floor and a spectacular view.

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4.Crossing the golden gate bridge

A suspension bridge in San Francisco, which attracts more than 10 million visitors each year. Named as one of the seven wonders of the modern world, most photographed bridge in the world, its actually bright red-orange in color, took 4 years to build. Connecting San Francisco Bay to the Pacific Ocean, it’s the perfect place for morning run, walk or biking with a beautiful view.

5.Cruising the Nile

Egypt the land of pharaohs, mummies and pyramid. Get to cruise the longest river in Africa which flows into the Mediterranean. The Nile provides, food, resources, means of transportation and land for agriculture to the locals. The water ways are graced with over 280 traditional sailing vessels, which are used to ferry the tourist. The slow-paced Nile ensures maximum relaxation and you get to see some of the nation’s best-preserved monuments.

6.Taking a safari

Nothing beats getting to experience the wonder that is mother nature. Its not only relaxing but also thrilling and fascinating. The best time to visit is during the dry season, May- September, animals concentrate around waterholes making it easier to spot wildlife. Want to catch a sight of the big five, make your way to Kenya, take a jeep through the Kruger national park in south Africa and East Africa, not afraid of height? Soar through the air in a hot air balloon in Serengeti national park in Tanzania and much more.

7. Bora bora

It’s the perfect location for a once in a lifetime adventure, with its intense colors, raw beauty and breathtaking views. Known as the ‘Romantic Island”, its popular with couples and honeymooners, with its soft white sands, calm waters and beautiful sunset, you are sure to fall in love once again. It’s a magical piece of nature and its totally gorgeous.

8. Santorini Greece

Enjoy a romantic sunset experience, with a background of luxury pearl white hoses with colorful bloom. Surrounded by turquoise water, luxury hotels, sun kissed beaches, historical sites, mouthwatering cuisine and picture-perfect scenes, it’s a globetrotter’s haven. Perfect for a honeymoon or exotic vacation.

9.IceLand

Aurora borealis, a natural light phenomenal display in earths sky, best seen when the sky id dark. Its best to visit between October and April when the skies are much darker. With a bit of luck, patience and careful planning, see the vivid shades of green, red and pink celestial lights dancing across the sky, snuggles under a blanket and it is one of the safest countries to visit

1 Documentation

Make sure you have all your necessary credentials with you we don’t want to get stuck in a foreign country. For smooth sailing confirm and reconfirm your passport, visa and tickets for buses, trains and planes.

2. Travel Aid

Apart from your suitcase which should be as light as possible, have a backpack or fanny pack that is easy to carry when you are going around. Have the basic toiletries, probably some will be provided in the hotel you are at but it doesn’t hurt to be a little prepared.

3.Clothes

We are looking for maximum relaxation, in that have mostly comfortable clothing that will allow you to go about the trip comfortably and shoes that will let your feet breath. Some cultures believe walking on the sand bare feet is good for your health.
Clothing should match with the kind of trip you are taking e.g. for the beach, you make sure you have your swimwear and a big blanket.

4.Health and medication

I f you suffer from diseases like diabetic or asthma ensure to carry the necessary medication .Carry your own medication like pain relievers, anti-allergy drugs, anti-bug spray. Sunscreen is a must have for the protection of your skin from UV rays and yes, all skin types are affected by the sun especially is your visiting tropical areas.

5.Appliances

Phones are very important, they help in navigation, taking photos, communication and so much more.
After using your phone for like a day or two, I bet the phone will power off, that’s when your charger comes in handy.

6. Finances

Last but not least, make sure you have enough money for the trip so that you don’t find your self struct in foreign land and  the right currency before you begin your trip. Its convenient to make the exchange before the trip, we don’t want to have money problems in the middle of having fun.

1 Bali-Indonesia

It’s a perfect getaway for restful recuperation and adventure traveling. Bali has a multitude of undiscovered extraordinary sights; you will be amazed by these spectacular geological wonders. Live on a giant treehouse, in a safari lodge and on the edge of a cliff, infinity pools that spill from the edge of the cliffs into the ocean, impress your date in ultra-romantic restaurants, art is everywhere, from handmade floral decorations to local wood carvings, dine with the lions, enjoy drinks on a floating platform in the middle of the ocean. Glorious mountainous area with greenery, scenic lakes, gorgeous waterfalls, iconic rice fields, flower garden and secret canyons, paradise.

2.Japan

One of the worlds most vibrant, eccentric and beloved islands, ranked #13 of the safest country in the world, Japan is a must see. The Japanese people often leave their doors unlocked, children travel on the subway by themselves and people walk around the cities at night without worry. Pristine natural scenery, incredible food, efficient public transport, friendly people, festivals, a shopper’s paradise, castles, sumo sports, weird stuff like maid café, Sakura the arrival of spring it represents a time for renewal and optimism, Mt. Fuji and unique accommodations like the traditional Japanese ryokan.

3.Indonesia

Its ranked #6 of the safest countries, a small prosperous island with a safe and secure environment. The food is delicious and cheap, amazing nightlife, the city is very green, pretty good beaches, shoppers’ paradise, public transport is good and cheap, garden by the bay, a nature park with 3 waterfront gardens, Mount Faber Park that are good for kids, Art science museum’s unique architecture is lotus inspired, Helix Bridge inspired by DNA strand. In one of the cleanest cities in the world, let your inner child come out and play.

4. Taiwan

An island surrounded by turquoise water and charcoal coastline, one of Asia’s hidden gems when it comes to beach destinations. The food, the locals have a passion for street food, the people are friendly, the night markets are overwhelming and budget friendly stalls selling everything and anything, incredible temples, amazing scenery, hiking trails, unique hotels like the Bat Cave themed room and so much more.

5.Iceland

Ranked #2 of the safest country, this unique little country is blessed with natural beauty by the acre. The midnight sun, the summer night is bright with 24hr daylight from mid-May to late July, best place on the planet to see the Northern lights, Icelandic geothermal baths, Thingvellir national park a must see because of its historical and geological significance, the black beaches, breathtaking natural scenery, waterfalls everywhere. The number of attractions packed into this country is very impressive and you can drive around the entire country in a week.

6.Finland

With its remarkable aurora display, beautiful forests and cozy cities, it’s a place that will take your breath away. Famed for being the happiest country in the world as well as having the best education system and cleanest air. Home to Santa Claus where you can enjoy a private chat with the jolly man. Exotic natural landscapes, kind and friendly people, beautiful architecture, fantastic National Park, skiing in powdery snow, unique dining experiences and Helsinki the capital city offers culinary experiences, great shopping, beautiful art, cultural history and outstanding architecture.

7. Switzerland

Its ranked #4 safest country, if you are a lover of history, nature and chocolate you will find plenty to keep you entertained. Amazing mountains, beautiful villages, scenic train rides, ski trips of a lifetime, a melting pot of culture and language, lakes, waterfalls, love cheese? With over 400 cheeses some having protected status, many of the worlds famous chocolate brands all started in Switzerland and ha been dubbed as” dark gold”, there is no better place than Lausanne and Zurich to party , there is a club for every age and taste.

8.Austria

Ranked #14 safest country, with historically famous citizens like Mozart, Strauss and Freud. Its famous for its castles, palaces and other architectural works. Breathtaking scenery, great music scene, one of the cleanest and greenest countries and the beautiful capital, Vienna with its immense beauty in every corner, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.

1.KAWAI


Known for its natural beauty and dramatic beautiful site. Its called the Garden island because 97% of the land composes of undeveloped mountain range and rainforest. Waimea canyon rivals in beauty with deep valley, sheer cliffs, waterfall and incredible colors. Want to drive some great waves? This is the island to visit, with both long-distance swells and waves, resulting from surrounding winds from all for sides of the landmass. Lush mountain coasts, world class snorkeling, secluded beaches and so much more, pack your bags and get here.

2 .Maui
It’s the second largest of Hawaiian Islands, with a reputation as a top world destination. It’s a mix of glorious sandy beaches, lush green valleys, volcanic landscapes, calm snorkel coves and some of the biggest surf able waves on Earth. With its unique, intoxicating charm, it a a perfect place for sunset watching, indulging in regional cuisine, walking along the beaches, feeling the sand which are in the colors of white, red and black on your feet. Watch the day break atop the 10,023 ft. Haleakala crater, take the whole day to experience the beauty and drive the back road of Hana, to experience a landscape that feels like the end of the Earth

3. Hawaii the big island
Home to lush jungles and two of the most active volcanoes. From crystal blue waters, snow- capped mountains, hidden waterfalls and green and black sand beaches, its an adventure’s paradise . The island is #1 tourist attraction and still grows everyday thanks to its incredible natural attractions, particularly the volcanoes, which continue to shape the landscape. Visit the Seahorse farm, take a helicopter tour over an active volcano, star gaze atop Mauna Kea at 14,000ft, tour a coffee plantation in Kona and so much more.

4.Lanai
The most remote island perfect for secluded nature centric escape. Formally nicknamed pineapple island, its known for luxurious pampering, gourmet dining and unconventional outdoor activities like off-roading around the island, stop at Garden of the Gods, this is a rock garden formed by wind erosion, drive to Lopa beach for Kayaking and so much more. A home for people tired from the hustle and bustle of life looking for a simple way of living.

5.Honolulu – Oahu
Perfect for first time visitors with plenty of famous sites, top notch restaurants, colorful cultural events and wildlife showcasing the island as a gathering place of Hawaiian culture. The gorgeous scenery, aloha spirit, beautiful beaches and exciting activities make it the perfect place to relax and unwind. Visit Pearl Harbor National Memorial, learn about one of the most tragic events in human history, see some of the vibrant sunset on the planet, Kakaako district focuses on bohemian culture and promotion of arts and culture, different types of restaurant exist to cater to most palates. It’s the perfect blend of sun, sea and sand.

 

                 1. Change your currency to the local currency

You never know when you’re gonna need money to spend that does not take credit or debit card. It  may be for a taxi ride to tip someone having the local currency will be of use. If that is to hard make sure you tell your bank that you’re going to be traveling abroad if you don’t and you try to use your card in a foreign country it is going to reject the card and also cancel it, meaning you won’t be able to use it at all and you will have to get a  new card. Also, on the phone , ask them if they have any partner banks in the country that you’re going to so that if you have a debit card,  banks may have deals with international banks that you can use their ATM. And you actually won’t have a withdrawal fee. Also double check to see what kind of fees you’re going to incur if you use your debit or credit card internationally because the charges vary.

   2.Purchase power adapters

Different countries in Europe have different plugs, so to make sure that you find the plug for each of the countries that you’re going to be going also  make sure you get a couple of power adapters. Obviously, if you’re bringing any electronics with you, you’re gonna need to probably charge them or plug them in at some point. And if you don’t live in Europe or the UK, your plug isn’t gonna fit there. For example, if you go to the UK and then to Italy, you’re gonna have two different adapters. 

3. Get an international phone plan

If you want to use your phone abroad, you’re going to have to call up your mobile company and let them know that you wanna do this. Switching to an international plan for however long you’re going to be a white can be really expensive depending on your provider and what kind of phone you have, so that might not actually be the best option for you.

                                    4. Check on your reservation

St Paul's Cathedral

When travelling make sure to check all your reservations on time. If you can get your travel from the airport to your hotel sorted before you arrive, that’s just means it’s one less thing you have to worry about when you get off the plane all  tired and grumpy. So first check to see if your hotel offers an airport shuttle service if not there are some shuttle services that you might be able to book ,these applies to train tickets in advance as well. Also, when you have a look at those options, make sure you screenshot that so you can hold onto it just in case your first option of how you’re going to get to your hotel falls through, then you know other ways you can get there confirming your hotel or Airbnb reservation. Check in for your flight also. You can actually check in online  a lot of international flights 24 hours in advance and be able to snag some really good seats.

    5.Print out all necessary documentation

 All that stuff should be printed out and put into water prove envelope depending on where you’re going. You might need to present all that at border control once you get off the plane, but also it’s good to have all of it in paper, just in case you your phone dies or gets lost, you have everything with you

Make sure you make copies of your credit and debit cards and also your passport. The reason for this is that you want to have all of this stuff documented and you want pictures of it just in case anything gets lost or stolen. Don’t rely on just taking a photo on your phone, because if that gets stolen as well ,then you’re screwed

So be sure to check on these key things and you will most definitely enjoy your vacation to the many beautiful countries across Europe

   

                           

10. Optimum  off road camper van

A sleek, stylish exterior and a modern, minimalist interior creates a perfect mixture of luxury and convenience. The interior has all the accoutrements you could wish for. An air conditioner club lounge bed converter, double bed, 3 burner stove and all the works. The interior also includes an on suite bathroom with a hot water shower, sink and swiveled toilet. So all your creature comforts are taken care of and for entertainment. The optimum has a 24 inch LED TV with a fury on 3300 sound system and Wi-Fi.

         

                       9 . 2021 4×4 Revel

The Revel comes in at nearly 20 feet long and is their top RV debut in 2021. It has two 125 amp hour batteries which are excellent for the hydronic heating system and ensuring that the two people the revel can sleep are as comfortable as possible. Underneath the power lift bed is a gear garage and next to that is the all-in-one gear closet and wet bath. The dinette has been redesigned with features to elevate comfort. While the interior is built to last a long time and be easy to clean.

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    8. Nova Class B Motorhome

The Nova is a profound exclamation point to the end of their principle with a choice of two superb floor plans, you will undoubtedly be enriched. It has two 110 Watt solar panels 300.30 amp Power, 80 battery, 24 inch LED TV, and Wi-Fi are all equipped in the Nova. The kitchenette includes A2 burner, cook top and refrigerator for all your culinary needs and the wet bath contains a shower, toilet and water heater so that you can enjoy your comforts.

7. Rialta Luxury Sunliner Camper

The Rialta comes equipped with a 100 amp hour in House battery with an 80 Watt solar panel and regulator.  The fridge which comes in 21 or 26 gallons  A3 burner, stove top and microwave. The bathroom cubicle is where you’ll find the cassette toilet attached to the hot water. Service is the external shower. The realtor is also outfitted with a C and a diesel heater so that no matter where your wheels take you, you’ll be able to fully enjoy your stay.

6. 2021 Loef Camper Van

The Loef comes equipped with an  outdoor ceramic grill , outdoor shower and minibar. The interior also has its own. Plus is the least of which is the seating area that can host 10 and be converted to a sleeping area for four. The kitchen has a four burner stove with an integrated oven, a fridge with a freezer and the sink to keep it all clean. That comfort extends through the inside and out, and that includes the bathroom. Like his set toilet has an electric flush. The mirror is equipped with lighting and the shower area can be converted in a few simple steps.

5.  Interstate Nineteen Touring Coach

This 19 foot camper band concede four and sleep up to two comfortably. Having one floor plan  ensures a quality experience. It has the largest bed in its class and other comforts such as air conditioning and a generator controlled on the Multiplex control and monitor. Two 100 amp hour batteries help control the features like the powered awning, you can enjoy abundant hot or cold water in both the kitchen and bathroom and the kitchen. Features a countertop sink, microwave, ultra-leather seating and an LED TV.

4. SS Agile Passenger Coach

SS Agile has an excellent use of interior space, ease of driving and loads of safety features. The camper van pairs nicely with the similarly elegant and modern interior. Atop the SSN child is the 3324 watts our air conditioning. Also, outside is a shower, 330 watts of solar and a retractable power awning. The interior is roomy enough to seat five and sleep up to three. With the optional folding mattress. The galley features A2 burner, propane stove, stainless steel sink and 3.1 cubic feet, Refrigerator and microwave. The permanent bathroom is spacious with a marine toilet and stand up or sit down shower.

3. 2021 Swift Select

The select panel van comes with a slew of features such as cab, air conditioning and identification system to ward off theft and thermally insulated windows. You will find a modern, wider interior scheme throughout the living area. Lounge seats flanked the main table with rotating leaf ext. and a second table near the rear. The kitchen is stocked with all the essentials A3 burner, gas hob, stainless steel sink and a waste bin. The washroom is located close by and has a mirrored vanity cupboard shower mixer with retainer, cassette, toilet and the roofline.

2.  Irok 2021 – 2022

Standard features for this Immaculate piece of tack include a 28 gallon freshwater tank and rooftop solar panel .The kitchen, equipped with a refrigerator, induction cook, top microwave and removable dinette table. Then you have clearly seen this one before that’s no surprise. The Irok is a beauty and the comforts are aplenty as well. A large shower with a sink in a porcelain toilet comprised the restroom and for a Modern Family with modern needs, there’s an LED smart TV with an HD digital antenna and Wi-Fi.

1. American Patriot Luxury Motor Coach

If you get the American patriot you will have a selection of 6 diverse and fulfilling floor plans,  it also has a 5.8 kW AC, 320 watts of solar, Cable TV input, an outdoor shower and upgraded sumo suspension or just some of the standard exterior features. A simple glance inside and you will see a beautiful interior outfitted with a small kitchenette with the sink and cook top. The microwave said to above the refrigerator across from the galley, overhead cabinets are found above the lounge area. The living space can also be converted for sleeping and the bathroom has a shower sink and porcelain toilet.