Explore our multi-award winning range of Swift touring caravans

Find your dream Swift touring caravan in our selection of four outstanding ranges, including the UK's best-selling Sprite & Sprite Grande, the superbly equipped Challenger SE & Challenger Grande SE, the brand new Challenger Exclusive, and the endlessly indulgent Elegance Grande.

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Award-winning luxury Swift Elegance Grande (4 berth) touring caravan

To ensure your touring is as comfortable as it is luxurious, no specification has been overlooked when it comes to the Elegance Grande.

  • 6 Models
  • 4 Berths
  • 2 Single axle models
  • 4 Twin axle models
  • MRO from: 1871kg

From:
£43,495.00

Swift Challenger Exclusive & Challenger Grande Exclusive touring caravans

The Challenger Exclusive / Challenger Grande Exclusive embraces sophistication with its sleek lines and impeccable finishes, boasting additional premium features to make this range extra special.

  • 9 Models
  • 2 - 6 Berths
  • 5 Single axle models
  • 4 Twin axle models
  • MRO from: 1442kg

From:
£31,195.00

Swift Challenger SE (2 to 4 berth) touring caravan

Enjoy space, equipment and quality wherever the road takes you, with excellent specification within a competitive price bracket

  • 4 Models
  • 2 - 4 Berths
  • 3 Single axle models
  • 1 Twin axle models
  • MRO from: 1435kg

From:
£29,395.00

Swift Challenger Grande SE (4 to 6 berth) luxury touring caravan

At 8ft-wide, the Challenger Grande offers increased interior space combined with incredible style and excellent specification making it ideal for families.

  • 5 Models
  • 4 - 6 Berths
  • 2 Single axle models
  • 3 Twin axle models
  • MRO from: 1672kg

From:
£34,995.00

The UK’s best-selling Swift Sprite touring caravan

Sprite is packed full with all the essentials, tasteful styling and quality fixtures that keep it a family favourite year-on-year.

  • 7 Models
  • 2 - 6 Berths
  • 5 Single axle models
  • 2 Twin axle models
  • MRO from: 1218kg

From:
£22,795.00

Award-winning Swift Sprite Compact (2 berth) touring caravan

Proving that the best things come in small packages, the Sprite Compact two-berth model is ideal for those new to touring or seeking a lighter vehicle.

  • 1 Model
  • 2 Berths
  • 1 Single axle models
  • MRO from: 1094kg

From:
£21,195.00

Swift Sprite Grande (4 to 6 berth) touring caravan

The exceptionally popular Sprite Grande continues to represent fantastic value with 8ft-wide space and an enviable level of standard specification.

  • 4 Models
  • 4 - 6 Berths
  • 1 Single axle models
  • 3 Twin axle models
  • MRO from: 1507kg

From:
£27,495.00

Basecamp is the crossover camping vehicle, created for life's adventurers

If you're looking for one of the best caravans for beginners, why not check out the small and lightweight Swift Basecamp. It's easy to tow, sleeps 2-4 and has a tardis like interior with plenty of storage space.

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Do I need a cover for my caravan?

Do I need a cover for my caravan?

Guide - 20 December 2023

The need for a caravan cover not only depends on various factors, such as your location and where you store it, but also how the caravan has been manufactured, taking into account the caravan’s exterior properties.

  • What's the difference between a static caravan and a touring caravan?

    A static caravan, is a large, self-contained unit that is designed to be permanently stationed on a caravan park or similar site. They are more spacious, stable and sturdy than tourers, as they are not designed to be towed on a regular basis.

    In contrast, a touring caravan, is a smaller, more lightweight, streamlined unit that is designed to be towed behind a vehicle, and can be taken on road or camping trips to be set up in a variety of locations.

  • What is the lifespan of a touring caravan?

    The average lifespan of a touring caravan can vary depending on several factors, including the manufacturer, usage, maintenance, and storage conditions. A touring caravan with regular care and maintenance can last anywhere from 10 to 20 years or more.

    Additionally, Swift are the only manufacturer to offer extra reassurance with multiple warranties including an industry leading 10 year body shell warranty on their touring caravans.

  • Can you tow a caravan with a normal licence?

    The rules and regulations regarding towing a caravan with a normal driver's license vary depending on the country and jurisdiction in which you are located. In the UK, a special license or additional training may be required depending on the weight and size of the caravan.

    Additionally, you should make sure that your vehicle is rated to tow the weight of the caravan and that you have the appropriate equipment, such as a tow hitch and trailer brakes.

  • Can you live permanently in a touring caravan?

    Some people choose to live in a touring caravan permanently, while others may use it as a temporary or seasonal residence. It ultimately depends on personal preferences and lifestyle goals. Before making the decision to live in a touring caravan permanently, it's important to research local laws and regulations, assess the financial costs and benefits, and consider the practicalities of living in a small space long-term.

  • Are touring caravans warm in winter?

    The level of warmth in a touring caravan during the winter months can depend on a variety of factors, including the insulation of the caravan, the type of heating system, and the outside temperature.

    Swift caravans are designed with insulation that helps to keep the interior warm during colder weather. All Swift caravans achieve grade 3 insulation which means they’re tested to the extreme in a cold chamber to ensure they can keep you warm and comfortable whatever the weather. Rigorous testing for heating and insulation ensures you stay warm all year round.

  • Do you pay road tax for a touring caravan?

    In the UK, touring caravans are not subject to vehicle or road tax, as they are not considered to be motor vehicles. This means that you do not need to display a tax disc or pay any road tax fees for your touring caravan.

    However, it's worth noting that you may still be required to pay other fees or charges, such as those for parking or using certain roads. Additionally, you should ensure that your caravan is properly insured and that you are complying with any relevant regulations and safety requirements.

  • Do touring caravans need an MOT?

    In the UK, touring caravans do not require an MOT test as they are not classified as motor vehicles and do not have an engine or other mechanical components that would be subject to a test.

    However, it is still important to maintain your touring caravan and ensure that it is in good working order for safety reasons. This includes regular checks and maintenance of the caravan's brakes, tires, and lights, as well as any gas, electrical, or plumbing systems.

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