Miranda Holiday Park is a wonderful caravan park situated near Auckland Airport’s South East region, which is the global gateway for people to visit New Zealand. This is an ideal destination as it is near enough for visitors to land; furthermore you can clear customs, collect your Campervan Rental New Zealand, and head out of town along the motorway, in anticipation of an exciting journey.
As soon as you arrive at Miranda with your hire vehicle, you will see a warm mineral pool. If you wish, you can stay at the powered campsites. There are options for bunk rooms in addition to the standard camping facilities. I really liked the small supplies shop, and the wonderful camper’s kitchen. For your convenience, you will find a small number of takeaway bars close by. This campground is an ideal place to halt, and unwind for the night, and what makes it popular is that it is near the airport; nevertheless it is out of the city limits.
After a fatiguing flight, you probably don’t want to set out immediately, to explore your surroundings. For campers, admittance to the floodlit warm mineral pool is free of charge. So, you can simply drive in and leave your belongings in the Campervan Hire after which you can enjoy a soothing soak. After a blissful session at the pool, you can return to the campervan for light refreshment and a snooze, to feel rejuvenated once again.
Next morning you can simply repack your belongings, have another refreshing soak, and then set out on your Campervan Hire NZ, to explore the scenic landscape.
You will reach Thames, which is an undersized town at the bottom of the Coromandel Peninsula. As soon as I reached this place, I visited the contemporary shopping complex, which has a supermarket where you can stock up on all the basics, required for the journey. After this, you can head northwards along the peninsula’s west coastline.
All along the route you will glimpse beautiful beaches, with pebbles and the local Pohutukawa trees. I visited the private display gardens, as well as the butterfly house, as I traveled northwards, and stopped at the Coromandel Township. If you take this route, you will see the greater part of the peninsula. Ensure that you stopover at the mountain railway, for a wonderful trip, to the pinnacle of the leading hill lookout, in Coromandel.
After this, you must visit the Eastern shoreline of the Coromandel Peninsula. As soon as you reach this expanse, you will see that the beaches are clean, with a very sparse populace, principally holiday houses meant for the Aucklanders. You can Park your NZ Campervan, enjoy the beaches, and simply unwind.
My final destination was Whitianga, which is a famous fishing village, and is almost certainly the Coromandel’s leading holiday spot. Here, you can set out on a cruise, and spot dolphins.
This is an itinerary for an ideal trip, to Coromandel, and Miranda Hot Springs, with Campervan Hire New Zealand. I had a wonderful and enormously rejuvenating time, on this particular trip.
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