Vancouver Island Road Trip – Nanaimo -> Nanoose Bay -> Bowser -> Victoria
DROPLET TRAILERS hit the road on April 13th to Vancouver...

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.

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The forecast called for more than a few Drop(let)s of rain. Good thing we were covered.
Perfect weather for this little guy.
DROPLET – The ideal compact camping pod to take time away & reflect on life.
Droplet Trailer under the stars, Bowser BC.
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Low-tide evening over Deep Bay, Bowser BC.
Street parallel parking in Victoria, BC. Don’t even think of doing this with your 30ft trailer.
The calm after the storm…
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.
DROPLET really is the next small thing… Awaiting the returning ferry to Vancouver.

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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