STOKE THE CAMPFIRE TO KEEP THE FLAMES OF TRUE LOVE BURNING
If you’re looking to keep your love alive, research suggests that cosying up on a caravan, motorhome or camping holiday could be the answer. A study of 1,500 caravanning and camping couples has revealed that the majority, (80%) believe their love has blossomed as a result of the shared interest.
Over half, 60%, said the ability to just ‘up and go’ on holiday when they wanted meant they spent more ‘quality time’ together as a couple, with many going on six or more breaks each year. And when on holiday, 44% said that being up close and personal in their caravan, motorhome or tent helped them learn the valuable lessons of ‘tolerance, patience and a willingness to compromise’.
The research was undertaken by The Caravan & Camping Show, which opens at the NEC Birmingham next week (Tuesday 18th – Sunday 23rd February). The Show is expected to attract in excess of 85,000 visitors from across the UK and features all the latest models of caravans and motorhomes, from intimate 2 berths to spacious family sized ‘vans sleeping up to six.
Also on offer are the latest models of caravan holiday and park homes, specialist and family sized tents and thousands of accessories, many at show-only prices. Visitors in search of romantic destinations can also discover hundreds of UK and international campsites and book there and then. Advance tickets cost from £7 for seniors and £8 for adults with children under 15 years admitted for free. For more information or to book tickets visit www.thecaravanandcampingshow.co.uk or call 0044844 581 1250.