In past " A caravan was a vehicle used by a group of people for traveling together, often on a trade expedition mainly in desert areas and throughout the Silk Road, where traveling in groups aided in defense against bandits as well as helped to improve economies of scale in trade." But Winnebago Industry have chaneged the fate of this term Caravan and has offered us an exclusive luxury vehicle.
Motorcaravan, Caravan, Motorhome, Camper, Camping Car, RV, Trailer, 5th Wheel even Mo'van - different people have different names which they use but what is the difference between them all? The answer is none; they are all interchangeable. But we rather doubt that any A-Class owner would refer to their pride and joy as a 'camper'! European names might confuse the issue still further since many use 'fully integrated' and 'semi-integrated' for A & C Class 'vans with the result that foreign manufacturers sometimes adopt terms like 'B Class' and 'S Class' as names for their own model ranges - both these being called A-Class designs in the UK. The Spanish and Italians differentiate the vehicle construction with names like Autocaravanna for the classic C-Class with a caravan built on to a chassis cab, while the French go more for appearance with their Profilé for a low profile C-Class. The only universal European name seems to be camping-car and Europeans usually translate that to 'camper' in English but we don't seen to accept that name here - all very confusing!
Why to use caravan or camper van for your holiday and tours when there are numerous luxury travel options are available? This is what we get from lots of our Indian Clients. Caravan or Camper van is the only way to explore the surrounding and mother nature without worrying about time schedule and freedom to come and go at your own convenience on the highways and byways of the world, at your own pace. From breathtaking vistas of the snow-capped Rocky mountains of Nepal, to the high passes of Leh, Ladakh to colorful landscape of Himachal Pradesh, to a sunset in the desert of Rajasthan; from sun-kissed beaches of Goa to winding rivers of Kerala; meandering through the game park of Corbett or discover the grandeur of Uttrakhand. Which ever destination you choose the freedom of road is yours.