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Spaceships Rocket 2-Berth

Rocket 2-Berth


Tui Trail Seeker

Trail Seeker


Tui Trail Explorer 6-Berth

Trail Explorer 6-Berth


Discover NZ 4-Berth Imala 730

4-Berth Imala 730

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Discover NZ 4-6 Berth Imala Deluxe

6 Berth Imala Deluxe

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Discover NZ 2-Berth with ST

2-Berth with ST

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Discover NZ 2 1 Deluxe

2 1 Deluxe

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Budget Campers Budget Seeker

Budget Seeker

Budget Campers

Tui Deluxe Sleepervan

Deluxe Sleepervan


Pacific Horizon 6-Berth SAM Premium

6-Berth SAM Premium

Pacific Horizon


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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I pick up my campervan in the South Island and drop it off in the North Island or vice versa?

Yes, many companies have depots in both the North and South Islands and allow one-way trips.

If planning this type of trip, you will need to pay the cost of the ferry. Our support team can help with your booking.

Additional one-way fees may apply. The comparison tool will automatically factor this into your total.

What is a self-contained motorhome?

If you wish to go freedom camping in New Zealand, your vehicle must be self-contained and certified.

This means you must be able to live in the vehicle for 3 days without needing additional water or needing to dump the waste.

In addition, the vehicle must have:

  • A toilet
  • A shower
  • Wastewater storage
  • A rubbish bin with a lid

The vehicle must have been checked by a qualified officer to ensure that it meets these requirements. Self-contained motorhomes have a sticker displayed on the vehicle proving their certification.

Can I bring my pet with me when renting a campervan?

There are a number of pet-friendly campervan rental companies in New Zealand that allow you to travel with your dog or cat. Approval must be obtained in advance and this will usually incur a fee to cover the extra cleaning cost. Contact our support team to check if it’s possible to take a pet on board a specific vehicle.

How long should I plan for a motorhome holiday to the South Island?

A good idea is to plan for a minimum of 7 days. However, even a 2- or 3-week road trip around the South Island will easily be filled.

Popular attractions include Mount Cook, UNESCO-designated Fiordland National Park with Milford Sound, Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier, and the adventure capital of Queenstown.

Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.

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Popular Attractions across the South Island

Church of the Good Shepherd at Lake Tekapo

The Church of the Good Shepherd was the first church built in the Mackenzie Basin, in 1935, and it serves as a memorial to early pioneers of the region.

Due to the views of the Southern Alps, Lake Tekapo is a favourite stop for many travellers to the South Island.

Lake Matheson

Lake Matheson sits just 7.4 miles from Fox Glacier surrounded by an ancient forest of rimu and kahikatea trees. Māori people used this spot as a mahinga kai (food gathering place).

Milford Sound

Milford Sound is, perhaps, New Zealand’s most famous tourist attraction, despite being one of the country’s least explored corners until the 20th century.

Carved by ice age glaciers, Milford is a proper fiord – an inlet of the Tasman Sea.


Queenstown is known for being a winter holiday destination, but it offers attractions year-round.

In winter, enjoy the ski-fields and breathtaking alpine views, while in the summer take in the long sunny days and relaxed atmosphere of the area.