12 March 2021
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Caravan Salon Düsseldorf 2021 will incorporate TourNatur fair

In 2021, the Caravan Salon Düsseldorf will again showcase the world’s biggest selection of the latest motorhomes and caravans. This year, to celebrate the synergies of caravanning and outdoor activities, it will be incorporating the TourNatur fair, normally held over three days during the Caravan Salon, into the show itself.

“People who spend their holidays in motorhomes or caravans, of course, also love outdoor activities and sports. In the past, these were already featured in corresponding ranges over the three days of the TourNatur fair held concurrently with CARAVAN SALON. In future, the travel, nature and outdoor themes will not only be presented to all visitors for the duration of ten days, but the TourNatur portfolio will be completely incorporated into the themed worlds Equipment & Outdoor as well as Travel & Nature of CARAVAN SALON,” explained Project Director Stefan Koschke.

Starting this year, the suppliers of caravanning and camping accessories as well as outdoor wear and gear will therefore be presenting their ranges jointly in the aforementioned themed worlds. Likewise, the segments caravanning and outdoor tourism will exhibit their diverse destinations together.

Visitors can look forward to a comprehensive portfolio and the entire panorama of RVs ranging from compact campervans and family-friendly caravans to motorhomes and spacious luxury mobile homes. This range is rounded off by the segment of Technology & Components, where European and international accessories vendors and upstream suppliers are presented in an exhaustive fashion.

Travelling independently in your own motorhome, campervan or caravan, combined with outdoor activities such as hiking, trekking, climbing, mountain biking or skiing, is as highly in demand as ever. This trend, combined with the safety of travelling in your own home, has grown even further during the pandemic and the caravanning sector expects interest to continue growing for this year.