Swift Basecamp 3

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Step into the crossover camping vehicle

Exciting, sporty, fun and stylish… Basecamp is the crossover camping vehicle, created for life’s adventurers.

Whether you’re seeking adrenaline-fuelled activities or just enjoy getting off the beaten track, Basecamp is the perfect place to rest and refuel. Compact and lighter in weight than traditional caravans, the range is easy to tow by most family cars and is easier to manoeuvre once on site.

Which Basecamp is best for you and your crew?

Choose between 3 models to find the perfect layout for your needs, and let the adventures begin…

Basecamp 2.

  • Let the outdoors in with Basecamp's wide panoramic front window
  • Large front double bed
  • Wide rear door
  • Expand your living space with exclusive Vango airbeam awning options

Basecamp 3

Built to the same size as Basecamp 4, Basecamp 3 is designed for duos wanting more space and increased comfort.

  • Front double foldaway bed, creating extra space when you need it
  • Exclusive Duvalay mattress for increased comfort
  • Dinette that converts into a single bed for an extra guest
  • Fitted with Swift Command and Command Tracker
  • More living space, yet still compact

Basecamp 4

Bring more along for the ride with Basecamp 4, the 4-berth model that’s as popular as it is versatile.

  • Fully fitted kitchen including a Duplex oven and grill
  • Even more storage for essential kit
  • Dinette space converts to additional bunk bed sleeping
  • Exterior 230v socket and external cold water shower point


ASSES: The masses are calculated in accordance to EU regulation 1230/2012 and NCC code of practice 304.
1. The Mass in Running Order (MRO) comprises: The mass of the empty caravan as supplied by Swift including loose items such as the hook-up cable, kit bag, entrance step, manuals etc.
2.10kg allowance for LPG
The MRO is calculated with the fresh watertank, toilet flush tank and water heater empty. If you travel with water in the fresh water tank, toilet flush tank and the water heater the payload will reduce accordingly.
The personal effects is based on the number of berths and the length of the caravan and includes an allowance of 20kg for a leisure battery.
The Maximum Technical Laden Mass (MTPLM) is the maximum mass allowed when the caravan is fully laden.
WARNING: Under no circumstances should the MTPLM be exceeded.
# The dimensions given are approximate due to slight variations in suspension ride heights, loading conditions and tyre pressures.
Customers should verify the actual dimensions of their touring caravan before committing to anything that could be impacted by these dimensions.
Please note: Any dealer fit options will reduce the overall payload available to the user of the caravan. If you require additional payload it is possible to upgrade the MTPLM to the upper limit. Please contact your caravan dealer for more information.
LED ROAD LIGHTS: Certain vehicles may require a secondary fuse box when towing models fitted with LED road lighting.

Internal Length (At bed box height)
Overall width
Overall height (including TV Aerial)
Maximum Internal Headroom
Overall Length
Mass in Running Order (includes Tolerance)
MTPLM - (Lower Limit)
Total User Payload
Personal Effects
Tyre Size
Thermal Insulation Grade
Front Double
Side Bunk (Nearside Lower)
Side Bunk (Offside Upper)
All our prices for New Caravans are 'On the road' including VAT @ 20%, delivery costs and a pre-delivery inspection.