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Types of Hybrid Caravans

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If you are the adventurous type who loves hitting the road and exploring new places, off-road Hybrid Caravans are a great vehicle of choice. A hybrid caravan is a mix between a caravan and a camper trailer, offering the best of both worlds. It has a narrow body making it practical for driving through narrow bushland. They often come with air conditioning, hot water, fridge, electricity and other homely amenities, making it a comfortable option. Hybrid caravans are also extremely easy to set up, and it can be as easy as popping out a roof from the caravan. There are many types of hybrid caravans available on the market, and it can be tough to choose the best one. The main differentiating factor is the sizing of the caravans. Here is a breakdown of the most common types:

Micro-Hybrid Caravan

If you are looking for a more compact option, a micro-hybrid caravan is a great choice and is generally less expensive compared to other options. Its body generally measures around 5 meters, and it still packs in all the essentials including beds, fridge, oven and more. Its kitchen is often an outdoor kitchen which saves space while offering a camping experience. They are perfect for medium-sized vehicles and light in weight.

Full-Size Hybrid

If comfort is a priority, a full-sized hybrid caravan is a great option. It's body generally measures between 6-7 meters and is often the most spacious option with room for both lounging areas as well as beds. Some interiors also include an ensuite and luxuries such as fully enclosed awnings, indoor shower, indoor kitchen and more, while still offering the camping experience. 

Canvas Hybrid

If you are looking for something that is comfortable but not as large as a full-size Hybrid, a canvas hybrid offers the same benefits but is more compact and weighs less than a full-sized hybrid. They often feature an expanding floor to accommodate more space and large side windows, providing a feeling of being outdoors.

Hybrid caravans are a great light-weight option for camping, while still maintaining the comfort of home. There is a range of options available from the compact and simple layouts of a micro-hybrid to more luxurious and spacious options of a full-sized hybrid. Make sure you do some research on the types available and choose the hybrid camper that suits your needs best.

If you need help selecting a hybrid caravan, contact a dealer in your area.