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South Island Road Trip
In this article we will tell you about our 5 week trip through the South Island of New Zealand. We will let you know about our itinerary and the spots we visited, which will definitely include some of the “must dos” for your own travels in New Zealand.
Stunning Mount Cook & Lake Tekapo
Mount Cook, or Aoraki as the Maori call it, with a total height of 3,754 meters, is the highest mountain in New Zealand. The 70,000 hectare Mount Cook National Park includes 22 mountain peaks with ice and snow that each exceed 3,000 meters and are located on the opposite side of Franz Josef and ...
Beautiful Fiordland: Milford Sound
Our next stop of our South Island Itinerary after Queenstown was the famous Milford Sound. Also called Piopiotahi, it is a fiord in the south west of New Zealand’s South Island, situated in the Fiordland National Park.
Check out Queenstown and remote Glenorchy
We visited Glenorchy & Queenstown and it was absolutely amazing.
Explore Lake City Wanaka
The town center of Wanaka offers a variety of bars, restaurants and cafes close to the lake, combined with ski, snowboard and mountain bike rentals and stores. There are three different ski fields in a close 40-minute drive distance around Wanaka, which makes it a perfect base to stay for ski va...
Travel New Zealand's West Coast
When you travel the South Island, the West Coast is a must. It has lots to offer, especially a stunning coastline with the mountains on the one side and the ocean on the other.
Explore the Abel Tasman National Park & Golden Bay
The Abel Tasman National Park is located on the north coast of New Zealand’s South Island. The drive from Nelson to Motueka is about 70km. This is where most visitors start their journeys into the national park. The park is named after Abel Tasman, the Dutch explorer and seafarer, who was the fi...
You like the Lord of the Rings? Explore the Putangirua Pinnacles!
The day before we took the Interislander ferry from the North Island (Wellington) to the South Island (Picton), we planned a little hike around the Putangirua Pinnacles. It was one of the last things left on our North Island Bucket List. It is also a shooting location for one of the Lord of the ...
Discover the most popular cities in New Zealand with the Campervan
Although New Zealand is especially known for its breathtaking nature, you can also discover great cities. If you want to get a taste of the big city, or if you would like to discover one of the cities before you travel, it is advisable to continue your journey with the motorhome and drive throug...
Explore the best itineraries in New Zealand with the Motorhome
Are you planning your trip to New Zealand? With our beautiful itineraries you can see everything that New Zealand has to offer.
Camping in New Zealand – General Information
Are you planning a campervan roadtrip through New Zealand? General information and tips for your journey through this beautiful country can be found in this article.
Five driving tips to keep safe on New Zealand roads this summer
Pack your bags, load up the camper and get ready for your summer holiday – there is nothing quite like that moment of pulling away from the kerb, ready for adventures in the sunshine to really help with kicking into relaxation mode.
The perfect campside accompaniments for your New Zealand camper adventure.
Adventures aplenty await in New Zealand for your next camper holiday – and at the end of a fulfilled day, there is nothing better than relaxing over a tasty treat or delicious dinner that you have prepared on the road. Life in a camper is fun, and cooking even more so. Here are some of our fa...
Top five road trip games on your travels around NZ
Road trips, especially in a campe, are so much more fun than the average holiday. Travel time between destinations provides the chance for family bonding, quality time and of course, the fun of a road trip game to help pass the time until the next spot on the map pops up on the horizon. So grab...
Top five festivals to take your campervan this summer
Festivals – whether it be food and wine, music, performances or even weird creepy crawlies – in New Zealand we love them! Below are five of New Zealand’s best that can be enjoyed as part of yourtravels around the country in your campervan, or even the main reason you hire one to begin with.
Six reasons to campervan New Zealand in spring
There isn’t a season quite like spring in New Zealand. Crisp, clear bright mornings and evenings, combined with sunshine-filled days; the mountainous scenery of the countryside dusted in soft, powdery snow, with bright spring flowers popping up on every roadside as far as the eye can see. There ...