Sustainable travel is all about reducing or even completely eliminating the carbon emissions associated with our travels. Sustainable RV travel is a great way to explore the beautiful world while minimizing your impact on the environment.

As we have focused more on sustainability during our travels, we have discovered countless ways we can be greener in our daily lives as well. Here are some simple tips that can serve as a guide to making more environmentally conscious decisions:

Plan your route smart: Avoid long detours and plan your travel route so you can save fuel and reduce CO2 emissions. Choose shorter routes and avoid busy highways if possible.

Minimize waste: Bring reusable containers, water bottles and shopping bags to reduce waste. Try to buy packaging-free and biodegradable products.

Water conservation: Be frugal with water by taking shorter showers and reusing water whenever possible. Invest in water-saving showerheads and faucets for your RV.

Limit your speed: Drive at a moderate pace to reduce fuel consumption and reduce emissions. A slower speed allows for more efficient use of fuel.

Support local economies: by eating, staying and shopping at local businesses.

Choose an environmentally friendly motorhome: The Camper Rent's motorhomes are up to 3 years old, and equipped with the latest fuel technologies, which reduce emissions. In addition, we advocate electric driving, and we keep a close eye on developments in the market. As soon as electric bus campers become available, we will introduce them to our offer.

Offset your carbon emissions: Consider offsetting the carbon emissions from your trip by investing in environmental projects or programs that focus on reforestation, renewable energy or energy efficiency.

At The Camper Rent, we go beyond offering the ultimate road trip experience. We are passionate about sustainability and want to make a positive impact on the world around us. Therefore, we are pleased to announce that we are offsetting our carbon emissions by partnering with TreesforAll.