In New Zealand, one of the common ways to travel is by Campervan. You choose the destination, and carry your accommodation with you – you choose when and where you stop along the way.
One of the key questions people wrestle with when considering a holiday does not necessarily have to do with the destination. In some cases, the big question has more to do with how they are going to get there. It usually involves a discussion focused on something like hotel or motel rooms as opposed to recreational vehicle or camping.
While there are perfectly good reasons to choose either, some reliable studies show that using a camping vehicle may be the best option for financial reasons. For some situations the campervan hire option makes perfect sense.
When you work with a company that provides only the finest, most reliable RVs and campers, and you want to enjoy some of the excellent scenery both on the road and when you stop, the campervan may be the correct choice.
Suppose you are going to need the vehicle for two weeks and only two adults will be traveling. In this case, RV travel can be less expensive. But this can also be true for families, especially if the younger people are excited about having both the outdoors to enjoy and the amenities that will make the travel fun as well.
Well-appointed vehicles from the most trustworthy companies are comfortable to travel in and offer excellent sleeping arrangements as well as appliances, gas stove, toilet, TV/DVD player, and much more. You will find that the cost is quite reasonable, considering all that you have with you at all times. You have regular access to fresh water as well as the shower facilities and other amenities most people love.
When you travel with a campervan, you have several options for places to stop for the night. RV parks are, of course, usually an ideal spot. These sites usually have recreational facilities as well as reliable electrical hookups for your comfort and convenience. If you would like to enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, consider staying in a camping area set aside by a national park.
The quiet surroundings of your overnight locations are definitely among the best benefits of campervan travel. If you need power on your stops, you should check with all of the potential stops to see if electrical power is available. National parks may not offer this amenity.
If you are thinking about roadside camping, be sure to check with local and regional laws governing this activity. You can usually find some rural locations that allow overnight stops. But no matter where you choose to spend the evening you will have more experiences, maybe grill something everyone enjoys, and sit back to take in your surroundings.
If anyone in the family or group decides they need some of the modern amenities, they are just a few feet away from the comforts of home. With all of these benefits available to you, why not contact one of the leading providers of quality campervans and talk with them about your holiday and travel ideas? They will be glad to help you choose just the right vehicle.
Driving on the Left Hand Side of the Road
If you come from a country where you are not used to driving on the left, there are some important things to learn – Drive Safe is a NZ website is dedicated to helping you stay safe.
Also if you have flown a long way, take time to sleep and refresh yourself – we recently spent some time during the day at Novatel Hotel at Auckland Airport after a long flight. Highly recommended as a way to recover – time to sleep and shower before picking up your campervan.