Book Campervan Hire in Wellington, New Zealand
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You may find yourself landing at Wellington’s busy airport but the surrounding areas have so much to offer that your visit to this part of New Zealand will most certainly call for a Wellington campervan rental or hired motorhome. In fact, many travellers choose to take their time and explore the popular route from Wellington to Auckland. In this case, a one way campervan hire in Wellington would be great transport option to consider.
Where can I hire a Wellington motorhome?
Sure, you could wing it at hunt around for the best deals at rental companies located in or near the airport but why risk it? You are sure to find a better deal online and benefit from discounts and the best rates by making your Wellington campervan rental, motorhome hire or recreational vehicle (RV) rentals booking online and in advance with Discover Motorhomes. Then, all that you have to do is pick your rental wheels up and away you go!
Make your way by campervan from Wellington to Auckland
Starting in the lovely city of Wellington, make your way towards the historical Palmerston North. Stop off in the little town called Levin and pick up some bargain clothes from their factory shops, visit the nearby dune lakes or even make your way to the Kapiti Island where their nature reserve will allow you to get close to some of the rarest birds. For owl lovers, the owl sanctuary in Shannon is a definite must.
Moving ahead, drive your Wellington motorhome hire along the edge of Lake Taupo, your next stop should be the little resort town of the same name. Here you can take in the stunning scenery that surrounds you and ease any sore or stiff muscles in their hot spas.
Next up, situated on the Pacific Ring of Fire, the volcanic city of Rotorua and surrounding areas are rich with Maori influence. The nearby geothermal park is a mind blowing experience where you can witness real geysers and boiling mud right before your eyes.
Before you reach Auckland, there is one more definite must see - the Waitomo Caves. Enroute you will come across the Atiamuri hydro power station and the Pureora Forest Park to mention but a few attractions in this area. Enjoy the beautiful array of stalactites, stalagmites and those ever illuminating glow-worms. Professional climbers may navigate the more complex parts of these caves but, if you are not inclined to do so, there are easier routes to follow as well.
It is easy to book powered sites online at New Zealand Holiday Parks, which are great for couples and families alike. Also consider booking a Kruse GPS Audio Unit; which will not only keep you from getting lost, but also includes interesting commentary about the route as you drive. A great way to learn more about the country, and discover places normally missed by most tourists.