Do I have to book the Cook Strait ferry

Almost everyone who visits New Zealand and travels North and South Island has this dilemma: Do I have to book the Cook Strait ferry…

It all depends on when you are travelling and whether you have a very tight schedule or not. In December and January, it is a good idea to book with one of the two companies:  Bluebridge or InterIslander, Especially when you prefer an early morning sail. Down site, when your trip is taking longer than planned, you need to hurry to be in time. Both companies do offer a Flex Ticket, so you can change your crossing to another date or time (depending on availability)

Want to more about Cook Strait: Wikipedia Cook Strait

Cook Strait ferry crossing: a little holiday on its own…

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Visitor Visa

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16 Themed Highways of New Zealand

Touring New Zealand by campervan and not knowing where to start? There are 10 Highways with a theme to choose from. This may not sound like a pleasant way to explore; when you are used to traffic in Europe or the USA, expectations of highways are different from New Zealand ‘Highways’. You will probably call

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Wifi for campervans

Stay connected on your vacation Planning to go on a vacation and worried about staying connected? You might face an issue with your phone not being connected to Wi-Fi and end up with a bill containing a huge data overage charge. It’s easy to get reliant on Wi-Fi since it’s so common. These days, you

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