One of the best ways to see the attractions and sites of New Zealand is to take a campervan. Not only is this form of travel less expensive but it also makes it possible for you to enjoy more freedom. After all, there is no check-in or checkout time and you can select the place where you park your van. You do not have this type of latitude when you book a hotel and travel by car.
If you have not taken a road trip by campervan previously, you will find that this form of travel will offer many opportunities in terms of seeing the sites and making the most of your travel time. To give you an idea of what is included in a deluxe campervan, some of the features include the following:
- Gas cooker with two burners
- Compressor fridge
- Fresh water and grey water tanks
- Inside table
- A sink with drain and tap
- Shower and toilet
- Two bench seats and two double beds
- Interior lighting
- CD player and radio
- Power steering
- Air conditioning inside the cabin
- 240-volt main hookup
Travellers who rent a campervan in NZ also enjoy the following amenities:
- Dinnerware and cutlery
- Frying pan, kettle, sauce pan
- Kitchen utensils, including a can and bottle opener
- Cleaning equipment
In addition, the rental rate includes roadside breakdown assistance and unlimited kilometres. To operate this vehicle, you need to be at least 18 years old.
Extra items included with these types of rentals include snow chains (for winter driving), a picnic seat, and roof racks. You can also rent the van so that you and another driver can take turns driving. A portable DVD player is also included with some of the vehicles.
Go Online to Obtain a Quote
When renting a campervan, it is best to go online to obtain a quote. If you can rent the van from a company that also rents motor homes, you can conveniently make an upgrade if you feel that you require a larger vehicle.
Features in Motorhomes
Motorhomes feature many of the same amenities as campervans except that they also offer such upgrades as the following:
- Fixed rear double bed
- Blinds and flyscreens on the windows
- External storage
- MP3 and Bluetooth capability
- Larger compressor fridge, fresh water and grey water tanks
- Flat-screen DVD player
- Front captain’s chairs
Regardless of your choice in a campervan or motorhome, you will find this form of travel a practical and fun way to become better acquainted with the sites and attractions of New Zealand. Look online today to review the features and benefits for yourself. By reviewing the choices, you can establish a travel itinerary that can be coordinated with your planned pickup and return rental times.