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An amazing Holiday with Motorhome Hire around the South Island

New Zealand is a fantastic destination for a Motorhome Hire Holiday owing to the wide array of Holiday parks meant for overnight stays. These parks have excellent amenities such as spa pools, swimming pools, internet access and separate play areas for kids.

Relax and unwind on your Motorhome Holiday and explore the places of interest unhurriedly. Get stunning views from the window of the Motorhome Hire with picturesque scenery and views of the beautiful natural environment. Select your preferred Motorhome Hire NZ and enjoy stunning views of New Zealand just the way you want.

Wanaka is a gorgeous resort town positioned on the shores of the beautiful Lake Wanaka. You will be enthralled by stunning views of the Mt Aspiring National Park’s snow-capped peaks which are reflected on its clear waters. During summer the lakes in Wanaka is a playground for water lovers with exciting activities such as yachting, wind surfing, trout fishing, swimming, kayaking and picturesque lake cruises. Wanaka is equally beautiful in winter and is a superlative base for skiing at the global ski fields of Treble Cone, Cardrona and the Waiorau Nordic ski region. In spring there is a profusion of blossoms and wildflowers to accentuate the beautiful landscape.

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Hire a Motorhome in New Zealand and explore this beautiful town. There are numerous tourist attractions in the town. Visit the New Zealand Fighter Pilots Museum which is renowned for its amazing assortment of World War II fighter Planes. Take a trip to the Wanaka Transport Museum and discover the fascinating mazes at Puzzling World prior to visiting Wanaka Beerworks which is a famous boutique.

Mt Aspiring National Park is a renowned national park in New Zealand. You will find lots of interesting landscapes ranging from alpine meadows, river valleys, Fiordland`s rainforests to the mighty Mt Aspiring. This spectacular region is ideal for mountaineering, walking and climbing.

Visit the beautiful resort town of Te Anau with Campervan Hire New Zealand. This town lies on the shoreline of Lake Te Anau which is the biggest lake on New Zealand’s South Island. This fascinating town has quite a few quality restaurants. Savour the area’s mouth-watering delicacies such as lobster, succulent seafood and venison.

To view an extensive range of native birds you must stopover at the eminent Te Anau Wildlife Centre. You will be fascinated when you set out on a boat tour to the Te Anau Caves across the lake as the caves are lighted by countless glow-worms.

Lake Te Anau is a popular spot for boat trips, rainbow trout fishing, kayaking and beautiful cruises. Set out on kayaking trips on the adjacent Lake Manapouri, Milford and Doubtful Sounds.

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In this region you can try horse trekking, go on a farm tour and visit Fiordland National Park. This park is the abode of New Zealand’s finest walks such as Routeburn, Milford, Hollyford and Kepler Tracks.

Experience the marvels of the South Island on an amazing Holiday with Motorhome Hire in New Zealand. This is the best way to explore the region at your own speed and enjoy unsurpassed views of this spectacular expanse.

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