New Zealand is an incredible destination to discover & explore – especially in one of our campervan rentals! We make it easy and convenient for you to hire or rent one of our affordable campervans. We have pick up points in Auckland & Christchurch.
There is no better way to explore New Zealand – IN A CAMPERVAN. With the freedom to explore where you want & how you want it makes the ideal accommodation for families or couples. With no itinerary to follow the possibilities are endless! New Zealand has numerous affordable & not to mention beautiful campgrounds.
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10. Stewart Island
From the 13th century, the island’s rich resources of native flora and birds, seafood and that very special delicacy, the titi (Sooty Shearwater/Muttonbird) provided a bountiful harvest for Maori.
Early in the 19th-century explorers, sealers, missionaries, miners and settlers from all corners of the world made their mark on the island. Marriage with local Maori women created strong family and cultural links to Rakiura.
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9. Nelson Tasman
Nelson Tasman locals and people from all around New Zealand have a deep love for Takaka and Golden Bay, and it’s easy to see why. There’s something for the whole family to enjoy, from visiting the migratory birds at Farewell Spit, to riding horseback along Puponga Beach, to exploring Lord of the Rings film locations by helicopter. There are a range of foodie havens to choose from, including the internationally-famous Mussel Inn and many accommodation providers who can offer you some much needed R&R. It’s no wonder locals never want to leave, and visitors keep returning year after year.
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8. Glacier Country
A must-see on your South Island New Zealand trip
From the mountains to the sea, you won’t want to miss any of it. Active adventure, relaxation or family fun all against the backdrop of spectacular scenery, New Zealand’s Glacier Country offers something for everyone.
Create your own unforgettable Glacier Country experience from the wealth of things to do in Franz Josef Glacier, Fox Glacier, Okarito and the surrounding area.
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Beautifully preserved 1930s architecture is Napier’s special point of difference.
Street after street of stunning and beautifully-restored Art Deco buildings have made Napier famous as one of the most complete collections of Art Deco buildings in the world. In 1931 a massive earthquake rocked Hawke’s Bay for more than three minutes, killing nearly 260 and destroying the commercial centre of Napier.
Rebuilding began almost immediately, and new buildings reflected the architectural styles of the times – Stripped Classical, Spanish Mission and Art Deco. Napier is often referred to as a 1930s film set, and one of the best ways to enjoy the streetscape is on a self-guided walk – ask for a map at the information centre or at the Art Deco Trust. Guided walks around the city are also available every day rain or shine (except Christmas Day!). Every February, Napier celebrates its heritage with the Art Deco Festival – a stylish celebration of all things 1930s, including vintage cars, fashion and music.
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Rotorua is an adventure playground with a great range of activities to enjoy for any age. If you are looking for a great family getaway, the kids will love the iconic attractions on offer.
There is so much more to discover in NZ’s coolest hot spot!
Swim with the dolphins. Go kayaking, swimming, fishing, or picnic along secluded beaches. Walk or drive to the spectacular Haruru Falls. Learn about early New Zealand history where the Treaty of Waitangi was first signed. Discover authentic Maori culture.
Take the ferry to ‘Romantic Russell’, visit the bustling but relaxed town of Kerikeri, check out the world famous Hundertwasser toilets in Kawakawa, and the historic Pioneer Village in nearby Kaikohe.
Or just chill out and take a cruise through the famous ‘Hole in the Rock’. Bus tours can takes you to see 2,000 year old Tane Mahuta – a majestic lord of the Waipoua Kauri Forest. Or go further north to Cape Reinga – the departing place of the spirits in Maori legend.
The food is good. There is accommodation to suit every taste and budget. And there is always something happening in Paihia. Read more about Paihia here
There’s always something happening in Auckland, from major sporting events, concerts and festivals to outdoor adventures, designer shopping and world-class food and wine.
Feel inspired by Queenstown’s stunning scenery, a huge range of activities and renowned warm welcome. Surrounded by majestic mountains and set on the shores of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu, the natural beauty and the unique energy of the region create the perfect backdrop for a holiday full of adventure, discovery and rejuvenation. You’ll find everything you need to plan your next trip to Queenstown, from accommodation options to the endless array of activities and attractions, as well as a full calendar of events.
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2. Tongariro National Park
Tongariro is New Zealand’s oldest national park and a dual World Heritage area. This status recognises the park’s important Maori cultural and spiritual associations as well as its outstanding volcanic features.
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Fiordland is one of the southern hemisphere’s great wilderness regions and has achieved World Heritage Status for its stunning natural features, exceptional beauty and role in demonstrating the earth’s evolutionary history. Home to Mitre Peak, the stunning fiords of Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound, the beautiful lakeside towns of Te Anau and Manapouri and the Kepler, Milford and Routeburn Tracks, Fiordland is known as the sightseeing and walking capital of the world.