Where you stay - Camping Tours

Last Updated: 28th Feb 2014

<p><img src="http://downloads.contiki.com/contikipedia/europe/mattyvcontiki/Tent.jpg" class="rightwise" title="camping tours" alt="camping tours" /></p> <p><a href="/contikipedia/articles/camping-tours">Camping tours</a> stay in 2-person tents (provided by Contiki) that are easy to put up and if you don&#8217;t have someone to share with you road crew can help arrange for you to share with someone. Air mattresses are also provided but you must bring your own <a href="/contikipedia/articles/sleeping-bag">sleeping bag</a> and towel.</p> <p>Camping tours stay in specifically designed European campsites, a very popular way for even Europeans to travel and stay in reasonable comfort and within arms-reach of many major cities and sites. Camping Tours sometimes use many of the same campsites as the <a href="/contikipedia/articles/concept-budget-tours">Concept/Budget Tours</a>, only staying in tents rather than cabins.</p> <p>Shared facilities in most campsites include shared, shops, bars and showers that occasionally you may have to buy tokens for.</p> <p>Where you stay is one of the main <a href="/contikipedia/articles/concept-budget-vs-time-out-superior">differences between tour styles</a> offered by Contiki in Europe.</p>