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Campervan Hire New Zealand

Planning a holiday or your honeymoon? New Zealand is a great country to go to! Into walking, nature, extreme sports or just doing nothing and relax, we got it all in New Zealand.

Because we have a small fleet of motorhomes, RV, camper or campervans whatever you call them in your country we help you all the way. You’re not a number but are getting personal service something that the big guys can’t over.

Start relaxed

If you start or end your NZ holiday with us in Paihia we cook you dinner, this way you will have a great start or end of your trip. We make sure one of us will transport you from or to Auckland airport or you can fly to Kerikeri airport.

We travelled ourselves all together for more than 1,5 years exploring New Zealand. Most of it in one of our motorhomes. We can give you tips that others can’t! Visit our review page and see what our costumers say about Bay of Islands Campervans

Get your quote now, a great start to explore an amazing country.

We hope to see you soon,

Cheers Rob and Nick

Bay of Islands Campervans

Motorhome hire New Zealand

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