I’ve shared this tiny living tour bus before, but now we have updated photos. It’s available for extreme sports, travelling, photography and videographers. It’s located in South America and offers endless possibilities for exploring.
Most of the spots and ski resorts in the Andes are not always easy to access – as opposed to Europe or North America. So if you want to explore these remote locations you’ll need the help of folks with the right kind of transportation, that are also well organized and know how to reach these remote destinations. This converted 1966 Mercedes-Benz school bus is one of those options.
Inside you’ll find it sleeps 5, and has on-board water, electricity, shower, toilet, and wood stove. The Chanchita bus is completely autonomous, giving you the opportunity to be in the right place at the right time – and a chance to always make the first tracks!
The trailer has a retractable roof that creates an aerodynamic shape, which gives the Alto a drag ratio 75% lower than a traditional travel trailer. When the roof is closed the Alto has an exterior height of only 2,10m (83″) and can therefore fit nicely inside a garage.” – Living in a Shoebox
A trailer can make a nice tiny house alternative – especially if you plan to be on the move. Rebecca shares this example on trailerchicgirls.com.
“Casita trailers are a nice travel option, and they advertise to be lightweight and fuel-efficient. New ones start at $14,000, but our neighbor was able to find his for $5,000. He did a little renovating inside, mostly on the cabinets; replacing the old ones with new dark mahogany-stained ones.”