Norway Campervan Hire
Norway is synonymous with lakes and fjords and spectacular scenery. It is also well know for its fantastic road network, great campsites, friendly people and good food. What other ingredients is there to make the perfect destination for a campervan road trip for families and friends.
Norway has the reputation of being quite a pricey place to travel around. There are cheap and free places to spend the night. We find a quick search of other traveller's blogs a really useful way to start planning a road trip. When you are there campers are notorious for sharing best deal information and top sites and great bargains. Self-catering on board saves a good deal too and the markets and food stores offer a great range of fresh and locally sourced food too. All good for a night in or a bbq outside under the stars...or under the midnight sun in the summer!
Norway also has a good policy on free-camping and there are plenty of Aires to stay at too. Watch out when you are driving as the elks and reindeer do wander freely. Try and fit it a whale watch.
Norway is a safe and spectacular place to visit. The longer your stay the more you will be rewarded. Our range of vehicles start at the classic vw California pop-top right up to 4-berth and 6-berth motorhomes where there is room for all the family and they have the convenience of on board showers and wc's.
Plenty of room for the whole family and the campervans and motorhomes have different layouts so if it is a large fixed bed at the rear of the camper or bunk beds for the children then check out the day and night time layout pictures we provide for every vehicle that we hire.
The mini-campers are great if you are on a budget. Low fuel costs and generally cheap to run. Sharing is also a good way to save money and the large 6-berths fit in 6 people comfortabley. Most of the campervans and motorhomes are under 2 years old but use the filters on the left hand side of the page to source older vehicles that are often cheaper.
As always, book early for cheaper rates and book to travel outside peak times of July and August. Allow for tolls and higher fuel costs. You will be rewarded with a great road trip and spectacular scenery.
Bike racks are an option too. There are many national cycle ways across Norway. Park up, bike for the day and return to a home cooked meal. Can't get better than that!
There are plenty of driving scenic routes promoted on the Visit Norway site. These are well documented and mapped out.
Base your choice of campervan on the number of people travelling first. Make sure that everyone has a suitable bed to sleep in. Some campers have only double beds, others have bunks. A few have a fixed double. The choice is yours.
We are very experienced. After 20 years arranging campervan and motorhome hire for our clients we are very good.