Four of New Zealand’s Best Points of Interest and Landmarks to Add to Your Road Trip

Four of New Zealand’s Best Points of Interest and Landmarks to Add to Your Road Trip
Kimberly

Written by Kimberly

New Zealand is home to rich culture, outdoor adventures, and pristine landscapes and wildlife. Hopping from one place to another in New Zealand couldn’t be easier with a little help from a private campervan hire. With 268,000 square kilometers and about 15,000 kilometers of coastline to explore, you don’t want to miss a thing. New Zealand has a great network of roads, so take advantage by hitting the road in a caravan! Here is a list of landmarks and points of interest you will not want to miss when in New Zealand.

Bay of Islands

Just three hours north of Auckland you will find the Bay of Islands This destination is popular for many reasons.

If you’re you interested in kayaking or fishing, hiking trails, sub-tropical forests or fascinating rock formations, then this is the destination for you. You can find all those things and more at this location. There are also plenty of holiday parks and campgrounds, making travel that much more convenient.

Tongariro National Park

Located in the North Island is one of the world’s oldest national parks. Its volcanoes and important ties to the Maori culture makes this location a dual World Heritage Site. Tongariro National Park is filled with hot springs and volcanoes. It also has beautiful plateaus and meadows.

Over 300 campsites are available for tents or parking campervan rentals. The park also has 10 Great Walks and thousands of kilometers of tracks to explore. There is so much to see and discover in this great national park.

Rotorua

Drive over and set up camp at one of the many accessible holiday parks. With Rotorua’s amazing tourist attractions and sites, it’s no wonder it was listed in The New York Times as one of the “52 Places to Go in 2018”.

Rotorua is known for its geothermal activity. You can expect to see things like mud pools, thermal springs and geysers. People also go to experience the peaceful Redwood Forest and Maori culture.

Hawke’s Bay

Are you looking for something more along the lines of gourmet restaurants or architecture in the Art Deco style? Hawke’s Bay may be what you are looking for.

Sign yourself up for tours, marvel at beautiful buildings or go on a nearby hiking trail. Go by the Marine Parade, a three-kilometer long seafront, to take part in activities and enjoy the sights. Hawke’s Bay is also known for their wine, so you may want to check out one of the many cellar doors available.

There is plenty to do and see in New Zealand. All you need is a landmarks list and a private campervan hire to get you started. Get yourself ready for a road trip of a lifetime!