Eriba Puck is a popular German-made caravan or camper van, known for its unique and compact design. It was first introduced in the 1970s and has since become one of the most recognizable and sought-after camper vans in the world. The Eriba Puck is a small caravan that is lightweight and can be easily towed by most vehicles. Despite its small size, it provides ample living space and all the necessary amenities for a comfortable camping experience.

The Eriba touring caravans started production in 1957. The origin of their design was from an aeronautical engineer, with the idea that if it would fly well it would tow well. Unlike traditional caravans, Eribas are made from a steel skeleton with an aluminium body giving Eribas a very strong yet aerodynamic build. The Eribas were produced in France up until 2009/10 and from 2012 onwards the Eriba factory was relocated to Germany at Hymer’s headquarters. The post-2012 Eriba models boasted some changes (increase in height including entrance door, galvanized skeleton & more aerodynamic roof).

The interior of this Eriba is well-designed, featuring a compact kitchenette, a comfortable sleeping area, and a compact bathroom with a shower and toilet. It is equipped with modern amenities such as a refrigerator, heating, and electrical systems, making it an ideal option for those who want to experience the great outdoors without sacrificing comfort. The camper van is built with high-quality materials, ensuring its durability and longevity. With its stylish and unique design, this Eriba is a popular choice among adventurous travellers and outdoor enthusiasts who value quality and functionality.

Eriba models within the Troll body size include the following:

  • Eriba Puck 120
  • Eriba Puck 120 GT
  • Eriba Puck L 225
  • Eriba Puck L 230