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New Zealand Campervans - Family on Beach
New Zealand Campervans - Family on Beach
New Zealand Campervans - Child outside campervan
New Zealand Campervans - Child outside campervan
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New Zealand Campervans - External

EXPLORE NEW ZEALAND

Campervans not only provide more protection from the elements than camping under canvas, you’ll also find everything you need from a gas stove and microwave, a DVD player to give the kids some downtime and a BBQ for relaxed family feasts.  We highly recommend staying in powered sites so you can plug-in and take full advantage of your campervan’s facilities. You can also camp in the Department of Conservation’s designated camping grounds or even ‘Freedom Camp’ in many parts of the country without charge. Watch out for signs advising camping is prohibited as you’ll receive a hefty fine, and please make sure you leave the area clean after your stay.

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    Days 1-2 Kaikoura

    Fly to Christchurch and familiarise yourself with your new home on wheels before travelling north to Kaikoura (allow three hours). You may prefer to stay the night in Christchurch after your long flight from the UK before embarking on your campervan adventure!

    With a steep drop-off close to shore, this is prime Sperm Whale territory!  Or opt to board a dolphin-spotting boat where older children will have the chance to swim with these magnificent creatures.  Join a Maori Tour for a rare insight into Maori life and culture. Learn about customs and traditions with hands-on activities, enjoy a bush walk with storytelling and master a Maori greeting!

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    Days 3-5 Abel Tasman National Park

    Continue 90 minutes north along the coast, stopping for lunch in a Marlborough vineyard around Blenheim – make sure you stock your fridge with local wine! Onwards to the stunning Abel Tasman National Park just beyond Nelson (allow three hours driving time). Sandy coves and crystal clear waters are perfect for swimming and kayaking. Take a guided walk into the park…. energetic families might manage a 6 hour trek but for little legs, 30 minutes may well prove enough!

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    Days 6-8 West Coast

    Travel three hours south to Punakaiki on the dramatic West Coast. Children will delight in watching the powerful Tasman Sea force its way into blowholes to create an impressive skyward blast! Let the kids burn off energy black water rafting in a glow-worm cave! Three hours further south, Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers burst through the rainforest and rest just 250 metres above sea level. They are so easily accessible that even youngsters can get close to these magnificent tongues of ice. Families with older children can enjoy a guided walk on the glaciers or even an adventurous heli-hike!

  • Days 9-10 Wanaka

    Be blown away by the breath-taking scenery as you drive three hours down the West Coast and inland to Wanaka. Nestled on the banks of Lake Wanaka, you’ll find water-based and land-based activities for all ages from water-skiing and sailing to cycling and horse-trekking. You can even try catching fresh fish for dinner! Or take to the skies for a memorable scenic flight. 

  • Days 11-14 Queenstown

    Next stop Queenstown, where you’ll drop off your campervan and stay in a two-bedroom apartment at The Rees, located right on the lake's edge with fabulous views across to the mighty Remarkables mountain range. There's a lake path leading you straight into Queenstown or jump in a water-taxi. Queenstown can get pretty lively at night, so The Rees offers a quiet retreat after your action-packed days!

    A grand finale to your Kiwi adventure and less than an hour from Wanaka, Queenstown boasts one of the most beautiful settings in the world. Hugging the shores of Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by hills and mountains, NZ’s adventure capital offers every activity imaginable. Bungy-jumping, jet-boating, white-water rafting and river boarding will be high on the list for older children whilst smaller tots will relish cruising across the lake to a working farm and helping to feed sheep and deer. Adults can take full advantage of the fabulous vineyards dotted around this region, famous for its award-winning Pinot Noir. 

  • Take me there

    Prices from £7950 per family (2 adults and 2 children under 12) including 10 days luxury campervan hire, 4 nights at The Rees in Queenstown and international flights.

Island of the month: Mauritius

Mauritius isn’t just an island to enjoy a luxury hotel with soft, white sandy shores and delicious locally grown food with tip-top service. It’s also an island to explore and find exhilarating activities such as hiking, zip-lining and horse riding, as well as helicopter tours and swimming to a waterfall.

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Island of the month: Mauritius

Mauritius isn’t just an island to enjoy a luxury hotel with soft, white sandy shores and delicious locally grown food with tip-top service. It’s also an island to explore and find exhilarating activities such as hiking, zip-lining and horse riding, as well as helicopter tours and swimming to a waterfall.