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“Rent a motorhome and explore the Spectacular Lakes, Fiords & Mountains on a thrilling New Zealand holiday”


Avail Motor Home Hire and explore the magnificent Lakes, Fiords & Mountains around NZ. Highlights of this journey includes a trip to Lake Tekapo & the Mackenzie Country, a trip around the iconic Milford or Doubtful Sounds, visiting the stunning Southern Alps and a memorable journey around Christchurch city’s parks and gardens.

Welcome to the inimitable Garden City on the first day of your motorhome holiday. Christchurch is the South Island’s largest city and is an extraordinarily beautiful spot with its dramatic parks and gardens. Prepare to be enthralled by the views of the Avon River meandering through the charming city centre and spot the spectacular harbour inside the crater of an extinct volcano.

There are lots of things to enjoy on your Campervan Hire NZ holiday around Christchurch. Visit the superb Arts Centre boutique craft shops, experience the unique life at the International Antarctic Centre and set out on any of the leisurely walks to admire the scenic splendour of the city.

Cheapa Campa - New Zealand Campervan

Photo Courtesy – Cheapa Campa – New Zealand Campervan

On the next day of your holiday you can leisurely travel from Christchurch to the Mount Cook Region. This incredibly picturesque route leads you through the lush meadows of the Canterbury Plains over Burkes Pass towards the spectacular Mackenzie Country. You can anticipate great photo opportunities at the scenic Lake Tekapo.

Follow the hub of the South Island and arrive at the Southern Alps on the next day of your Camper Van Hire holiday. Get awe-inspiring views of Aoraki Mount Cook which is New Zealand’s highest peak at Lake Pukaki if the weather permits. Wanaka is a fantastic lakeside resort and is also a popular spot for boating, fishing and thrilling snow sports during winter.

Explore the amazing Mount Aspiring National Park, visit the Wanaka Warbirds Museum or test yourself at Puzzling World. Wanaka offers an attractive blend of family fun and exciting outdoor activities on your Campervan Holiday.

Absorb the splendid landscape en route to Te Anau which is quaintly sited on Lake Te Anau and experience the traditional New Zealand hospitality!

Cheapa Campa - Campervan for Rent

Photo Courtesy – Cheapa Campa – Campervan for Rent

Set out towards Milford on the next day of your Motorhome Hire NZ holiday and access the delights of the Fiordland National Park from Te Anau. Take a trip via the Eglinton Valley and the Homer Tunnel in the direction of the Cleddau Canyon towards Milford Sound. Set out on a scintillating cruise and view the enigmatic wildlife bordered by mountain walls. Return to Te Anau and stay the night.

Follow the spectacular shoreline of Lake Wakatipu under the Remarkable Mountains to Queenstown, the adventure capital of the world. This amazing alpine town offers an incredible range of attractions such as mountain biking, bungee jumping, canyon jet boat rides and horse treks.

Take a leisurely trip around Queenstown on the last day of your New Zealand Camper holiday. Indulge in a bit of last minute shopping and return the Hire Camper. This is a suggested itinerary to explore the scenic Lakes, Fiords & Mountains around the South Island. Enjoy your self-drive holiday!

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