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Motorhome hire in New Zealand with SHAREaCAMPER

Motorhome hire in New Zealand is one of the best ways to experience the true New Zealand, made up of captivating scenery, raw and untouched mountain ranges and rich in cultural history, there is no place on earth quite like it. As you tour the North and South Islands of New Zealand, discovering the natural thermal hot pools, the rugged hiking trails, the picturesque beaches and the creatively innovative cities, you will start to understand why so many choose to see this uniquely exquisite country, New Zealand, in a campervan hire. These are a few ideas for your next trip in a motorhome hire in New Zealand with SHAREaCAMPER.

Travel to New Zealand's South Island in a motorhome with SHAREaCAMPER

For those touring New Zealand in a campervan hire, the South Island offers stunning mountain ranges and hiking trails that make for brilliant 1 day or multi day trips on foot. Many of these trails start in areas with convenient camping grounds to rest your campervan hire.
When looking for somewhere practical to rest your motorhome hire, Queenstown Lake View Holiday Park is located an easy 400m from the town centre and is a brilliant base for exploring the surrounding areas. The Holiday park is set within the majestic mountain ranges called The Remarkables which are a must see for all travellers. Just a short 35 minute trip will find you at the base of The Remarkables Mountain Ranges with its ski fields and stunning alpine forest. The slopes are suitable for all experience levels and
One of the most popular treks in New Zealand is the Milford Trail. A scenic 2 hour trip in your camper hire in Queenstown will find you at the start of the Milford Trail. To enjoy the whole trail, it will take you about 4 days all up, but the beauty of the path is that it is manageable for really any level of experience. A boat trip from Te Anau Downs is the beginning of the track where you will walk 53 km in total along silent fiords, luscious forestry, suspension bridges, mountain passes and natural wonders such as the Pompolona ice fields. Camping is not permitted, however there are 3 public lodges along the track and 3 private lodges, both requiring you to book in advance. If you prefer the convenience of a guide for your hike, tours are available with experts who will be able to show you the very best of the famous New Zealand Milford Track.

New Zealand's beauty Discover Rotorua in a privately owned motorhome with SHAREaCAMPER

Rotorua is a geothermal field with a series of hot springs and thermal pools due to the volcanic activity underneath the surface. Visitors and locals come for the opportunity to witness the volcanic crater lakes, erupting geysers, sinter terraces and boiling mud pools. Even the ‘rotten egg’ smell of the sulphur isn’t enough to keep people away from the glorious natural wonder. Some of the highlights of the region include the Pihutu geyser found in the Whakarewarewa Valley which erupts to up to 30 metres around 20 times a day. For those looking to soak in the world famous soothing mud baths, Hells Gate can be found in the Waimangu Volcanic Valley, the youngest geo thermic eco system in the world.
When exploring the Rotorua region, The Rotorua Thermal Holiday Park is a perfect location and even features free hot mineral thermal pools of their own. Only $20 a night for a powered site, this location will give you the opportunity to explore the best of the region from your campervan hire with easy access to the Rotorua Skyline giving you a view of the entire region and The Buried Village of Te Wairoa. This award winning attraction will be captivating for children and adults alike as it walks through a village obliterated by volcanic eruption in 1886.

Discovering Tongariro in a motorhome with SHAREaCAMPER

Found in New Zealand’s oldest National Park lies the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, a double Heritage listed site thanks to its Volcanic features and the role it plays in the Maori history. During the 19km trek, you will experience the beauty of hot springs, ancient lava flows, volcanic peaks such as Ngauruhoe and Tongariro, as well as steaming vents and explosion craters. The trail is ideal for more advanced trekkers and is estimated to take between 5 and 7 hours, depending on your chosen pace.
Whakapapa Holiday Park will see you staying in the heart of the Tongariro National Park making it the perfect base for you to trek the Tongariro Alpine Crossing. The park has powered sites for as low as $21 a night and is set within native beech forest, at the base of Mount Ruapehu. Only a 6 kilometre drive away are the Whakapapa Ski Fields, found on the north western slopes of Mt Ruapehu. This slope is the largest ski field in New Zealand and the best times to visit are between July and October.

What our SHAREaCAMPER community says

"SHAREaCAMPER suits our situation. They take care of the finance and insurance. Leaving the fun parts, dealing directly with our guests, to us. Doing it alone is not an option, this system works."
"Great bunch of people providing awesome customer service. Have been using them over the past couple of years, no trouble. They were very responsive when needed. Highly recommended!"
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