It's true, you can go for hours off road, on dirt bikes and off road scooters, exploring new territories with your trusty little off road bike. But you're also going to need food and drink to keep you going, right? And of course a way to keep a good memory of your off road adventure.
Camping is a popular activity for most off road bikers and campers. You can choose to go caravanning, or perhaps even take a motor home. If you plan on going on many different road trips, then it's best to get a motor home of some sort. Not only will it offer more sleeping space than a tent, it will also allow you to explore more territories and possibly move to a new spot if you wish. Or at least that's the theory.
For those who prefer a more hands on approach, camping can be a great way to go. Check out what's available in the way of off road camping equipment. You may be surprised at just what's out there. For example, you may have thought that sleeping bags and mattresses were strictly for sleep outdoors, but they are actually ideal for a camping trip because they're so lightweight and compact.
Moving around in a vehicle isn't always as easy as it sounds. What if your vehicle breaks down on a dirt road trip? Or worse, what if something goes wrong with your engine and you need to take it to a mechanic. Now, there's an alternative. If your budget doesn't allow for a large and heavy truck or trailer to tow your motor home, you can rent one from your local rental car company.
Whatever vehicle you choose to drive, it's important to keep in good condition. Many off road drivers spend plenty of time tuning and cleaning their vehicles. So why not add that to your list of priorities when planning your next off road trip?
If you're new to off road driving and enjoy a challenge, there's no reason why you shouldn't plan your next getaway on some well maintained, well kept roads. Renting a vehicle allows you to be your own mechanic, ensuring that you'll arrive on your destination safely. It also makes things much easier if something does go wrong or you get a flat. When you're prepared, things go more smoothly, and you can focus on enjoying your off road Central America trip instead of your engine.