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The word caravan (from Persian: کاروان) is an ancient word which is used to refer to a group of people and their transports, (Horses, Camels, Mules, ..., Cars, Trucks) which move together and transfer cargoes.

The word is also extracted from this word to describe certain types of box-shaped transport vehicles.

Caravan or caravans may refer to:

Transport and travel[edit]

  • Convoy, a group of vehicles or ships traveling together for mutual support
  • Camel train, a convoy using camels as pack animals
  • Caravan (travellers), a group of travellers journeying together

Automobile models[edit]

Road vehicles[edit]

  • Travel trailer, a small trailer known in the British Isles and Australasia as a caravan

Aeroplane models[edit]

  • Cessna Caravan, a turboprop, high wing, utility airplane produced by Cessna Aircraft Company
  • C-76 Caravan, an American 1940s medium military transport aircraft


In print[edit]

In film and television[edit]

Music and radio[edit]


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