There are 5-star hotels all around the world. But there are so many amazing places in the world without even a flea-bag motel, let alone a single building in sight. Germany-based Rotel Tours lets tourist travel to fabulous locations by combining tour bus and hotel into one rolling vacation. Consider it a step up from sleeping in a tent on the ground and a trip of a lifetime.
Rotel Tours has outfitted their vehicles to hold 24 passengers in a tour-bus section, with a capsule hotel extension that sleeps 26, to give the driver and tour guide a berth as well. For larger groups, the sleeping quarters can be in a separate vehicle towed behind the tour bus. While equipped with a small kitchen and toilet, they lack a shower. I can't even begin to imagine how it might smell after a few days of traveling, although the tour company says they try to stay at campgrounds with shower facilities as often as possible. Given some of their remote locales, it could be days between showers. Someone pass the Right Guard.
Camping trips can be arranged all over the world, from the Serengeti to the heights of Patagonia. Rotel has 3,400 beds rolling all over the world, and while you might think that capsule hotels are a brand new concept, Rotel has been doing this for years. Think of this as an RV trip with 24 of your closest friends — and a rolling good time.