About

Since I’ve always been a travel addict, it was obvious that I studied tourism. After my studies, I dreamed of owning a VW Bus. I wanted to feel free and independent and travel wherever I wanted to go. To experience and enjoy nature. Even after 10 years with my VW Bus I still enjoy every day, like the first one, and don’t want to miss this feeling anymore. It is like a drug. Traveling and especially traveling with my VW Bus has taught me so many things about life, which I carry with me each and every day.

Mission

For me there is no greater feeling of freedom, than hitting the road with the wind in my hair, driving freely wherever I want to go. Road trips are the best way to soak up nature, detach from everyday life and simply live. Traveling offers you exposure to nature, cultures and lifestyles you wouldn’t normally encounter.

FAQ’s

What does the BusLife mean to you?

Most of all freedom and being one with nature.

What are the biggest advantages and challenges of living the BusLife?

The biggest advantage for me is the freedom to decide where I want to go.

The biggest challenge is to accept that sometimes everything goes a bit slower and doesn’t always work out the way you want it to, for example when the bus doesn’t start. Fortunately, this has only happened twice so far.

Tell us your favourite destination you have travelled to so far?

Since I love warm weather and beaches my favourite destinations were Corsica and Sardinia.

What’s your favourite thing about your VW Bus?

What I like the most about my VW Bus are the retro stripes and the awning. Another thing that I like is that everything is available in a small space and you realize that you actually need very little to live and be happy. 

What advise would you give to anyone starting a travel adventure in a VW Bus?

I would advise to first rent a camper and try out if you like the simple life in a bus. If so, I would first make a few trips and write down what you need and don’t need in the bus, before you go away for a long time. Every space is valuable in the bus.

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