Touring Britain in a VW van or exploring the Rift Valley in Ethiopia may not be what you’d immediately think of when considering a holiday exchange. But Dial An Exchange has a new range of unusual holiday ideas to tempt every traveller.
The Yorkshire-based company has added a range of unusual holiday options to its portfolio to complement its range of more traditional holiday resorts, including yachts in Turkey and Italy, Ethiopian resorts and even Classic VW Camper vans all available for exchange.
Dial An Exchange managing director, Europe, Oliver Green said: “People want greater choice and variety in their holidays today. We like to focus on the needs of our members and provide them with a great mix of interesting holidays.
“The traditional resort holiday or hotel break will always be available, but we’re also offer yachting breaks in two premier regions of Europe, accommodation in the immensely beautiful Ethiopia, and timelessly popular VW Vans to the many other resort options we have around the world.”
The VW Vans, based in the beautiful Scottish Borders, are perfect for adventurous holidaymakers, and can be taken across the country and even further afield. Each van is different and offers the unique holiday experiences that you would expect with such an iconic classic.
Mr Green added: “A Classic Camper adventure allows members to go where they like, when they like, and wake up to a different view every morning. The vans even have their own names so you can choose a van to suit your personality between Oscar, Sally, Mr.T, Heidi, Daisy and Bluebell.
“For anyone wanting to experience the exhilaration and beauty of the Mediterranean the Dames De La Mer cruising yachts make a great choice. They take up to eight guests in four cabins, very stylish, fully-equipped with anything you could need on a holiday and come with their very own skipper.
“Among our African offerings is enthralling Ethiopia. Here our members can relax at the Langano Vacation Club on the shore of Lake Langano, right in the heart of the Rift Valley.”