We recommend you purchase travel insurance to cover things like illness, cancellation of your trip or delays. Travel insurance is not the same as campervan insurance. Read more about insurance.
Campervan rental companies in New Zealand vary not only in the type and standard of vehicles they offer for hire, but in their service offering. By and large, you get what you pay for. Read more about what to expect from a New Zealand campervan rental operator.
The North and South Islands are separated by a large body of water called the Cook Strait. You have 2 options to cross it: take the ferry, or fly. We recommend taking the ferry – the scenery is amazing. More about the inter island ferry.
Freedom camping is our term for staying in the wild and not in a camping ground. And yes it is free! It can be the highlight of a New Zealand campervan holiday. But there are restrictions on where you can do it – and you must be in a self contained campervan. Read more...
If you only have 7 days, don’t try to do the whole country. We recommend a loop of either the North or South Islands. Which one will depend on what you’d like to see and do, and what time of year you’re travelling. More about planning your trip...
There are quite a few advantages to travelling in New Zealand in the cooler months. Firstly, you’ll get cheaper campervan rental rates. And secondly, you won’t be competing with hordes of other travellers at the most popular tourist spots. You will need a campervan with decent heating and insulation though. Find out more about renting a campervan in New Zealand in winter.

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