There are several advantages of a small caravan over a large caravan:
Maneuverability: Small caravans are generally more maneuverable than large ones, making them easier to tow and park in tight spaces.
Cost: Small caravans are generally less expensive than large ones. They are also more fuel-efficient, which can save money on long trips.
Weight: Small caravans are generally lighter than large ones, which means they can be towed by a wider range of vehicles and are less likely to exceed weight limits.
Storage: Small caravans have less storage space than large ones, but they are also easier to keep organized and clutter-free.
Maintenance: Small caravans are generally easier to maintain than large ones, as they have fewer systems and components that need to be checked and serviced.
Ease of use: Small caravans are generally easier to set up and take down than large ones, making them a good choice for people who are new to caravanning or who want a more streamlined experience.
Flexibility: Small caravans are easier to take to remote or off-road locations, and also easier to park in cities or towns where parking space is limited.
Closeness to nature: Small caravans mean you spend more time under your annex or awning, and more time in the nature. Living in the outdoors yet with all overnight security of the caravan for sleeping, washing and using the toilet and shower.
Ultimately the decision of a small caravan when compared to a large caravan comes down to your individual preferences. But with so many benefits of choosing a small caravan it is increasingly becoming the preferred option for many caravanners.