If you have watched Little Miss Sunshine, you would probably remember the bright yellow camper, owned by the Hoover family. You might as well remember Steve, the full-fledged library-cum-school-bus-cum-camper in Captain Fantastic and of course, the white Winnebago Adventurer motor home in the 2002 Jack Nicholson movie The Schmidt.
An overused trope in Hollywood movies, camper vans or motor homes have always taken pride of place in everyone’s list of childhood fantasies. Well, your dreams may soon come true; thanks to Ranni-based Gooseberry Land Holidays.
If things go off without a hitch, the holiday-makers will soon be running a camper between Gavi and Adavi eco-tourism zone.
Built on the chassis of a Mazda van, the 20-foott-long, eight-feet-wide camper has two bedrooms with attached bathrooms and can accommodate 10 people.
The frame is built of an 18-gauge iron frame, considering the fact that the camper might station at forest areas. While the interiors are made of PVC sheets and laminated plywood, the windows are made of tempered glass.
The steel stairs of the camper take you up to the rooftop seating area, where you can enjoy your cup of coffee and take in the sights.
The camper will run with the help of a special tractor. It is also fitted with a generator and an inverter.