Different Types Of Motorhomes or Recreational Vehicles

Are you a novice in the motorhome world or already purchased a mobile home and want some more technical info? Then you’ve come to the right place. Here we will help you learn more about motor homes, discover different tours or learn more about maintaining your mobile home. Here we will discuss the types of motorhome so you can easily decide which one is suitable for you and your family.

If you’re looking to buy Used and New RVs, then you should check the types and features first. Motorhomes can be classified in four categories according to their design and layout. They each offer their own form of luxury and comfort. There is an alcove, a half-integral, integral and Buscamper.


An alcove has a small, windowless room at the top of the cab. There is room for two adults to sleep comfortably. By utilizing this, the length of the motorhome can be shortened without loss of living space. An alcove-RV is ideal for 4 up to 7 sleeping.

Alcove RVs


In a semi-integral motor home, the space above the cabin is limited to storage space. As a result, the air resistance is smaller and the motor home is lower than an alcove. You may optionally place a folding bed above the sitting area – or the seating area, to convert to a sleeping place. So you still have the ability to create enough space for up to 6 sleeps. By default, these motorhomes are equipped with 2 to 4 beds.

Half-integrated motorhome


The integral-motor home is integrally formed (there is no space above the cabin). Through this structure, the air resistance is extremely small thus therefore, the fuel consumption is low. There is additional living space because the cab is integrated into the seating area. The integral is usually provided with a pull-down bed. These mobile homes are luxurious furnishings, so they are slightly more expensive than the other models.



The Buscamper retaining the original bodywork of a van. Its inside is fully equipped to camp. Here you can find all the facilities of a large motorhome, just more compact. This ensures that the van is easy to park and ideal for everyday use. The van is usually for 2 to 4 people.

RV Van

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