Those of us who travel often in an RV are no strangers to the nomad lifestyle.
Taking amenities like a kitchen and a comfortable place to sleep wherever we go allows us the freedom to live normal, productive lives without being tethered to a house or apartment.
So it should be no surprise that this way of life has become a more attractive mode of living during and after a pandemic. As housing prices have gone up the last couple of years, pricing out a lot of buyers and remote working is now a trend that will continue for the foreseeable future, sales of outfitted vans and RVs have skyrocketed.
But perhaps the one thing hardest to translate to the nomadic lifestyle is community.
The founders of Kibbo are trying to seize on that challenge and are offering a creative alternative to traditional house living – aimed at one very high end – and exclusive – segment of the market.