Visit Te Puke with Mighway

Hire a campervan in Te Puke


Te Puke is a town located 28 kilometres southeast of Tauranga in the Western Bay of Plenty of New Zealand. It is particularly famous for the cultivation of kiwifruit. Te Puke has a population of 7496 as of the 2013 Census.

Campervan Hire Te Puke


Tabbert the 4 berth caravan
$100 / Day

Tabbert the 4 berth caravan

Papamoa, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 4
Length 8.7m
Toilet
Shower

The Camper
$115 / Day

The Camper

Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 2
Length 5m
Toilet

Ren's Renegade
$275 / Day

Ren's Renegade

Rotorua, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 6
Length 7.7m
Toilet
Shower

VW Adventure with 2 FREE Bicycles!
$240 / Day

VW Adventure with 2 FREE Bicycles!

Wairoa, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 4
Length 7.3m
Toilet
Shower

Me Lady Gray
$230 / Day

Me Lady Gray

Pyes Pa, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 2
Length 7.4m
Toilet
Shower

Classy Cosy Camper
$210 / Day

Classy Cosy Camper

Tikitere, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 3
Length 4.8m
Toilet

An Awesome Motorhome
$219 / Day

An Awesome Motorhome

Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 4
Length 7m
Toilet
Shower

Stinger
$200 / Day

Stinger

Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty

Sleeps 4
Length 6m
Toilet
Shower

Places to Visit near Te Puke


Rotorua Canopy Tours

Rotorua Canopy Tours is a guided 3 hour eco adventure through the evergreen native forests of the Mamaku Plateau only minutes from Rotorua. It is the # 1 ranked activity in the North Island on TripAdvisor.

For 3 hours, escorted by 2 highly trained guides with no more than 10 people, you will experience one of the North Island’s last remaining remnants of untouched forest in the most exciting and unique of ways.

Be inspired by the beauty of the forest and the excitement of the ziplines while losing yourself to the power of nature on a journey you will remember forever.

Tamaki Maori Village

A 3 hour journey into the heart of Maori Culture...an experience you will never forget! Journey with us to the outskirts of Rotorua, to a Maori village nestled in an ancient forest. There, after a formal and sacred ceremony, you’ll be welcomed through the fortifications and into the village.

As fires blaze, the entire village comes to life. See and learn about Maori art forms and Maori traditions. See Maori weaponry displays, watch women weaving and making Maori crafts, listen to villagers tell stories of their ancestors and history, experience traditional Maori tattoo, ancient horticultural practices and so much more.

Traditional songs and dances are also performed for you – experience the unique Poi dance, breath-taking harmonies and the famed, powerful Maori Haka. The Tamaki Rotorua Maori Village experience culminates in a sumptuous 3-course feast. Tamaki Maori Village Rotorua offers visitors an authentic Maori Hangi meal, steamed underground in the traditional way.

Redwoods Forest

Haere mai ki te Wao Tapu nui ä Tane, Nau mai haere mai.

The history and culture surrounding the Whakarewarewa Forest, the variety of outdoor recreational opportunities, diverse range of exotic tree species, mix of native undergrowth, panoramic views, and proximity to lakes, thermal areas and the city centre have made The Redwoods & Whakarewarewa Forest one of Rotorua’s most spectacular natural assets and one of the city’s greatest treasures.

Over 5600 hectares of forest awaits you to enjoy and explore at your leisure. If you love the outdoors and want to experience nature at its best this area is definitely for you!

The forest is most well known for the network of superb mountain biking and walking tracks and for the magnificent stand of Californian Coast Redwoods. These towering trees, along with numerous other species and the fresh forest air, combine to create an invigorating atmosphere and a truly unique and special environment.

Waimangu Volcanic Valley

Waimangu Volcanic Valley is Rotorua's premier tourist attraction and a ‘must do’ eco-experience when you visit Rotorua. Our exciting thermal attraction and sightseeing tours include unique ecology, rare botany and fascinating geothermal features such as steaming volcanic crater lakes. A protected scenic reserve and wildlife refuge, Waimangu Volcanic Valley geothermal park encompasses beautiful Lake Rotomahana and is set in pristine New Zealand bush. Waimangu Volcanic Valley is just 20 minutes south of Rotorua and 40 minutes north of Taupo.

We offer a range of self-guided eco tours and walks through this geothermal park, from a 45 minute walk to an extended 4 hours of discovery through our amazing Valley.

Campgrounds and Parks near Te Puke


Jamieson Oval/Jubilee Park

• Designated freedom camping site for self-contained vehicles only (complies with NZ Standard 5465:2001). • No person may freedom camp for more than three nights in any four week consecutive period at any one site. The four consecutive weeks begin from the first overnight stay • Self contained vehicle camping or preparing to camp overnight is restricted to the designated self contained vehicle camping area shown on the map • Self contained vehicles must park within existing defined car parking lines. No tents are permitted.

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