DigitalRez Reports On How Campfire Travel Has Been Handed Over To Them

May 29, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - DigitalRez, a business with offices in Barbados, Canada, and Australia, has reported on how the Campfire Travel online magazine was handed over to them from Chedall. As such, the address for Campfire Travel is now the Barbados office of DigitalRez. They would like to point out that Campfire Travel can be used by small resorts and campgrounds to get themselves marketed and recognized by people. The online magazine offers fun information, news and entertainment to recreational vehicle (RV) and camping enthusiasts all over the world.

Kevin Hall, a spokesperson for DigitalRez, says, “We’re truly happy to announce that the Campfire Travel online magazine has been handed over to us. This will bring new experiences to us and we look forward to interacting with RV and camping enthusiasts all over the world. This E-Magazine is specifically designed for Tablets and we will soon be releasing a mobile phone specific app utilizing key features of the phone to inform, have fun and best of all, to win lots of prizes. All of our Apps will have embedded games for children and adults to keep you entertained on your camping journey.”

Campfire Travel offers various suggestions and advice for campers. These include camping activities, camping tips, recipes, and equipment. Also included is the Campfire Travel TV page, which provides camping and RV related videos for information and entertainment. People can also upload their videos to be featured on this page. The best videos will even be given a prize each month.

DigitalRez will now be in charge of these pages. The company has been known for its RezExpert software, which is a complete reservation management system. The software can be used by a broad range of business verticals. The software was developed by using cutting edge web and security protocols to manage reservation and property management functions for various business types, including hotels, campgrounds, bed and breakfasts, marinas, condos, and multi-resort networks.

The RezExpert system offers dynamic setup interfaces to comply with the requirements of some of the more complex businesses, such as resort networks, managed communities, and owner revenue sharing properties. The system can be used for length and width sensitive units, channel connections, yield management, multiple vehicle types, golf tee times, unique lodge and experience packaging ideal for tours, rentals, and a broad range of other verticals.

Meanwhile, on the Campfire Travel website, various articles are available that can offer suggestions, ideas, and advice to campers and RV enthusiasts. For example, there is the recently published article that discusses five reasons to go camping. These are the fact that it is good for physical health; it offers an affordable vacation; it helps reset a person’s sleep cycle; it allows the person to get totally unplugged, and it allows a person to explore new environments. Some of the things that can be done while camping include fishing, playing Frisbee, wildlife identification, geocaching, swimming, biking, bird and animal watching, scavenger hunts for children, and building campfires.

The Campfire Travel website also provides various tips. For instance, a recently published article offers advice on what things to cut down while going on vacation in an RV. These are extravagant food particularly gourmet, canned food, heavy tool kits, water, and heavy objects. Water is essential but bringing too much of it can really dampen the experience.

The online magazine also offers some recipes that campers may want to follow for their eating pleasure while camping. These include the Greek Spinach Rice, Grilled Ham and Asparagus, Hawaiian BBQ Pork Walking Taco, Fiery Campfire Veggies, No Bake Nutella S’mores Granola Bars, Campfire Breakfast Burger, coffee recipes, Breakfast Shakshouka, Cowboy Hot Dogs, and Pinnacles Scramble.

Campfire Travel also offers suggestions and advice on camping equipment. These include portable grills; RV accessories; sleeping bags and sleeping pads; and must-have camping gear like tents, poles, stakes, tarps, and tie-downs.

Those who are interested in knowing more about DigitalRez and their products can visit the company's main website, or call them by phone or contact them via email.

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For more information about DigitalRez, contact the company here:

DigitalRez
Kevin Hall
246 436 3739
sales@digitalrez.com
Barbados Office ​Shasta House, Upper Bay Street. Bridgetown, St. Michael, BB11157. Barbados ### Canada Office Box 489, Finlayson St.Sicamous British Columbia, VOE 2VO. Canada ### Digital Rez Australia PO Box 154, 21 Ahern St. Emu Park Queensland, 4710, Australia

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