Wild Campers offers high quality Volkswagen camper van rental with pick up and drop off locations in Glasgow, Inverness, Oban The Isle of Mull. We also offer pick up and drop off from both Glasgow Airport and Inverness Airport. If you are thinking about a West Coast island hopping adventure or The North Coast 500 then you’ve found the perfect starting point.
Our conversion facilities are in Glasgow and on The Isle of Mull.
We offer a unique approach to camper van conversion. Unlike many convertors we offer a full menu for you to choose from – choose how you want your van and choose your budget. Our interiors are both contemporary and unique – we utilise beautiful Scottish hardwoods like elm and oak. From 2017 our main conversion workshop will be on the Ardtun peninsula on The Isle of Mull – we’ll collect your van for free from anywhere in Scotland and drop it back to you as a completed camper van. We’ll also pick up and drop from the rest of the UK for an agreed fee.
With Wild Campers we hope to enable you to experience the very best of Scotland and to create your own Wild Journeys.
Neil Harvey – Owner
Neil has been building camper vans since 2004. Having built one in New Zealand and one in Australia he’s now back and settled in his native Scotland.
Neil’s early background was in outdoor education and change management. He has worked for Outward Bound in severlal countries including New Zealand and Australia. Since 2013 he’s been running Wild Campers full time. He also directs Wild Journeys which specialises in taking groups and individuals into Scotland’s wildest places.
Peggy – Public Relations
This is Peggy modelling at one our favourite wild camping spots. This particular spot is en route to Skye… there are plenty of great spots like this pre-loaded onto our complimentary GPS.
We’re considering adding Peggy to the list of optional extras.
She’s great company and has a few favourite food spots of her own.
Wild Journeys provides a range of ‘wilderness’ based journeys for adults who want to explore change or just want a space to stop and reflect. Our current journeys range from one to 6 days in duration.
We’re not about team building or adrenaline sports. We’re much more about stopping, taking some space and having time to reflect.
All of our journeys involve travelling through some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery… more