Making decisions about where to stay, where to eat and how best to get there can be tricky when travelling! That’s where some insider knowledge can really help make a difference for a great holiday experience. Below are our top five sites to help you when travelling:

1. WikiCamps

WikiCamps is an extensive database of campsites, caravan sites, backpacking stops, points of interest and attractions – basically everything you could need to get started on your camping or caravan holiday! The database is kept updated by people who use it, and new members, so you know the information available is relevant and reliable.

2. Hema Maps

Hema Maps is a great app that you can download from itunes – and if off-road touring is your thing, then you won’t want to be without this! It offers up-to-date and comprehensive map coverage in digital products such as apps and dedicated GPS navigation systems. They also offer a variety of other map forms including folded maps, atlases, and guides.

3. Weather Zone

A very handy site to have to hand when planning any camping travels – Weather Zone is Australia’s leading weather information provider. With their ‘Weather Zone Essential’ sign up, you can make sure you’re always on top of the weather conditions for your travels.

4. Yelp

Yelp is a great site to learn more about a city or place you’re visiting. You can download it as an app and look up whatever it is you need –restaurant, gym, hairdressers – people who have visited the different businesses rate them and provide reviews and photos to help you decide where to go!

5. Tripadvisor

Tripadvisor is a popular site for travellers and can be really helpful when you’re planning a trip and also when you’re on the move! People write reviews on places to stay – hotels, campsites and caravan sites, as well as reviews on things to do in the area. Business owners check the reviews too and often respond so you can get a good idea of what they’re like. Tripadvisor also regularly provides offers and deals for different attractions.

Another great resource are travel blogs – there are hundreds of them! A quick google search of ‘travel blog’ and the city/town you’re travelling to should bring up all you need. It’s a great way to get to know a bit more about where you’re going and get top tips on where to go and what to do.

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