Before humans arrived, New Zealand was a world of birds and plants. New Zealand has an impressive list of selling points, including stunning coastal scenery, breathtaking mountain ranges and the refreshingly down-to-earth Kiwi charisma. It is also home to some of the most unique birdlife in the world, with more than 60 endemic species. Get your free transfer car and let’s explore the best places for birdspotting that this beautiful volcanic archipelago has to offer.
Pukaha Mount...Read More
Aside from offering exceptional sights and adrenaline-pumping adventures, New Zealand also boasts a vibrant music festival scene, frequented by hundreds of thousands of people each year. With our selection for the upcoming spring and summer, all you need to do is gather your friends, rent a free campervan and get the party started.
Hidden Valley (Matakana, December 27)
After a wildly successful inaugural event last year, which brought Fisher to the New Zealand soil, Hidden Valley is back to offer...Read More
As a country that is surrounded by the sea and has an abundance of lakes and rivers, New Zealand provideskayaking enthusiasts with plenty of great opportunities. If you are one of them, now’s the time to get your free car and explore the best kayaking spots that this country has to offer.
Located at the very top of the South Island, the Marlborough Soundsboasts countless hours of sunshine, in addition to being adorned by the marvelous turquoise seas. It consists of around 1500km...Read More
When it comes to exploring the magical spots of New Zealand’s South Island, there are some amazing places to see on your adventure. If you don’t have tons of time but want to see a lot of beautiful places at a relaxed pace, then getting a car rental for freefor a 5-day itinerary that focuses on the island’s incredible scenery will really be up your street.
Day 1 – Lake Tekapo and Lindis Pass
Enjoy a hearty breakfast and say goodbye to the city for a short while, journeying southwest towards...Read More
On the east coast of New Zealand’s North
Island, you’ll find the spectacular Hawke’s Bay, the oldest wine region in the
country and the second largest after Marlborough. Charming Napier, located
close to Hastings, is a great central and coastal hub from which to explore the
region. The area was once leveled by an earthquake in 1931, but the town was
rebuilt with the style of the day in mind: Art Deco, leading to the highest
concentration of this architectural style in the world. Before you...Read More
A particularly awesome time to explore New Zealand is during the autumn, as the magnificent nature really bursts into deep shades of red and shimmering gold, and the calmer, cooler, and dryer weather allows for more heart-racing goings-on.
Both the North and South Islands have a lot to offer in terms of unique and varied activities, and wondrous sites to behold. New Zealand is a large country and the optimal way for explorers to get around is with a free transfer car or campervan. Here are some cool...Read More