The Zone RV Expedition is our most adventurous model yet. The aggressive rear departure angle, shorter length and pop top roof allow you to tackle the toughest tracks. It is available with or without bunks and can sleep up to four.
The Zone RV Peregrine is perfect for those looking for a more maneuverable off-road caravan. It is only available with sleeping quarters for couples.
The Zone RV Sojourn is our roomiest model and is ideally suited for those embarking on extended adventures. It is available with or without bunks and can sleep up to five.
How to cook outdoors over an open flame
Spending time outdoors is our absolute favourite thing to do here at ZONE. Anything that combines road tripping, adventure and cooking, and we are there.
If one technique you have always wanted to master is cooking outdoors over an open flame, we don’t blame you. Nothing beats that delicious smoky flavour a flame creates.
The first thing to know with cooking outdoors is not to get intimidated by fire. Confidence comes with practice. So, it’s important just to get out there and give it a go. Here are our tips:
We used cardboard, kindling and matches to make the fire in these photos. It was a little bit windy, but we eventually got it started. Once the fire was firmly established, we placed the open pan over the flame. As the pan was warming up, we prepped breakfast.
We used speck, eggs, broccolini, saffron milky cup mushrooms, and fresh bread.
As the flame started to drop and kindling embers were beaming hot, we threw a dash of oil onto the large pan and started cooking the speck, broccolini and mushrooms. The caramelisation of the speck fat chargrilled the speck and the vegetables. Later on, we moved the food around, fried the eggs and sat by the fire enjoying a hearty breakfast in the warm morning sun.