Vancouver Island Road Trip – Nanaimo -> Nanoose Bay -> Bowser -> Victoria

DROPLET TRAILERS hit the road on April 13th to Vancouver Island, in order to check the local RV Show in Nanoose Bay & meet with prospective early adopters. Over 3 days, we traveled through 500+Km of scenic coastal drives and rain forest. Through those miles, we averaged 9L/100Km with our Toyota Matrix.  This place is a true Camper paradise. Dense forests, wild beaches, low population density, cheaper gas than the Lower mainland, and an array of charming coffee shops & antiques to visit. One known issue: it tends to rain frequently, and the coast gets a lot of wind. Where does one stay in order to maximize the camping fun, without getting soaked to the bone? Luckily, DROPLET is a well-insulated all-weatherproof travel pod. A true luxury for camping on the West Coast.

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Droplet Trailer on the BC Ferry to Nanaimo. A truly functional, tiny camper. No big deal taking it on the big boat.

Perfect weather for this little guy.
DROPLET – The ideal compact camping pod to take time away & reflect on life.
Street parallel parking in Victoria, BC. Don’t even think of doing this with your 30ft trailer.
Scoring some precious vitamin D in between storms. Time to hit the beach!
If you head to Vancouver Island, stop by Little Qualicum Cheeseworks and try their delicious cheeses & wines.

Don’t be silly, rent a Droplet for your next adventure! Think we got you convinced to get one yourself? Adopt a Droplet here.

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