When you’re out on the road, having the right accessories with you can really make all the difference to your touring experience.

With space limited, you want to pick the items that will really elevate your tours, and that’s where we come in. We’ve rounded up some brilliant suggestions that are sure to help you take your adventures to the next level. From walking boots that are available at unbelievable prices to an eye catching waterproof jacket for your canine companion, we’ve got you covered…

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Peter Storm Women’s Eskdale Mid Waterproof Walking Boot

PeterStorm Eskdale Mid Waterproof Walking Boot cutout

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These comfortable walking boots are not only waterproof but also highly breathable. The presence of a thick midsole offers protection when walking on more mountainous terrain, while the high ankle support is also useful for providing stability.

Eurohike 8×25 binoculars

The Eurohike Binoculars

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If you’re looking to take in some wonderful sights in the coming months, why not treat yourself to this pair of binoculars? Coming with a carry pouch and neck strap, you’ll be able to keep these close to hand when out and about – who knows what you might see?

Joules Red Dog raincoat

A cutout of the Joules Red

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Touring with a pet? Then make sure they stay dry with this useful raincoat, which is bound to make those wet and miserable walks that bit more enjoyable for them. Coming in a range of sizes, this eye-catching coat will also make the drying off process a lot easier for both you and your canine companion.

Garmin Edge 1030+

Garmin Edge 1030+

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Keen cyclists are bound to love this Garmin product. Capable of tracking a whole host of data to give you a valuable insight into your cycling performances, it could be the ideal way of taking your biking to the next level. Features include route calculation and preloaded maps, while it can also return you to your starting point. The battery can last for up to 24 hours too, which is handy.

Amazon Kindle

Amazon Kindle

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With space at a premium in your caravan, you’re not likely to have much room for too many books – that’s where a Kindle comes into its own. The compact device comes with a useful front light, allowing you to read wherever you want, regardless of the time of day.

Peter Storm Men’s Arnside Waterproof Walking Boot

Peter Storm Men’s Arnside Waterproof Walking Boot

With winter offering the perfect time for some brisk walks, having comfortable footwear is a must – step forward, these Peter Storm walking boots. These lightweight boots will ensure your feet stay dry when the elements turn.

Bose Soundlink Micro Speaker

Cutout of the Bose Soundlink Micro Speaker

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This Bose speaker is ideal for delivering a strong sound in your caravan. Simply connect it to your smartphone to listen to the music you want. The waterproof device also has a rechargeable battery that can provide up to six hours of sound.

Brisk Extreme Waterproof Jacket

Brisk Extreme Mens Waterproof Jacket cutout

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Stay one step ahead of the elements with this waterproof jacket. Coming in a choice of colours, the jacket has a mesh lining that allows air to circulate through your clothing. The presence of an adjustable hem means you can pull it in as required to create a better fit too.

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If you’re looking for some products that will help you get your caravan back to its sparkling best, be sure to check out our guide to the best caravan cleaners. You can also read our guides to the best caravan sat-navs and best caravan gadgets.

Alternatively, if you’re looking for a new tourer, take a look at our buying guides, where we round up the best caravans on the market. This covers everything from the best caravan for families to the best 2 berth caravan. You can also find out more about the different brands out there by reading our guide to the best caravan manufacturers.

Looking for a tow car instead? No problem – we also have guides covering this, from the best caravan tow car under 1600kg to the best used tow car.

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