Campervan Hire in New Zealand"If New Zealand were a boxer, it would be a contender for best pound-for-pound puncher on the planet". That's what the writer of this Canadian article reckons, calling NZ "unpretentious despite its wonderful portfolio of naturaltreasures that range from the semi-tropical tip of North Island to the British-like climes at the foot of South Island."
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The article goes on to say:
"A popular way of exploring New Zealand is to hire a mini-camper van and take up to four weeks driving around both the North and South Islands, stopping at well-serviced camp sites along the way. We were strapped for time so, apart from a brief foray to Nelson and Abel Tasman Park in the north of South Island, we spent our three-week holiday tooling around North Island, where we visited glorious sandy beaches, hiked over volcanos [sic] and delved into weird and wonderful caves."
The writer then details some of the wonderful places and sights they took in, including a ferry trip to the island of Tiritiri Matangi, the world-famous Waitomo glowworm caves, and a trip up Mount Tongariro, where they spotted Mount Ngauruhoe, which doubles for Mt Doom in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
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