Visit North Canterbury with Mighway

Hire a campervan in North Canterbury


Explore New Zealand! Find campervan hire in North Canterbury, Canterbury Region

Campervan Hire North Canterbury


“Kiwi"
$220 / Day

“Kiwi"

Loburn, Canterbury

Sleeps 3
Length 5.7m
Toilet
Shower

“Weka"
$220 / Day

“Weka"

Loburn, Canterbury

Sleeps 3
Length 5.7m
Toilet
Shower

"Fantail"
$226 / Day

"Fantail"

Loburn, Canterbury

Sleeps 3
Length 5.7m
Toilet
Shower

Toot
$250 / Day

Toot

Christchurch, Canterbury

Sleeps 5
Length 6.5m

“Tui"
$220 / Day

“Tui"

Loburn, Canterbury

Sleeps 3
Length 5.7m
Toilet
Shower

Bobby the Bongo (Self Contained)
$135 / Day

Bobby the Bongo (Self Contained)

Rangiora, Canterbury

Sleeps 3
Length 4.6m
Toilet

The Rosie-Mae
$300 / Day

The Rosie-Mae

Christchurch, Canterbury

Sleeps 5
Length 7.3m
Toilet
Shower

Howayin
$70 / Day

Howayin

Ohoka, Canterbury

Sleeps 3
Length 4.8m

Places to Visit near North Canterbury


Christchurch Gondola

The Gondola offers a unique Christchurch sightseeing experience that you'll never forget. Soar suspended above the valleys as the birds fly beneath your cable car. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Christchurch cityscape, over the Canterbury Plains out to the mighty Southern Alps and the dramatic hills of Banks Peninsula.

The Base station of the Gondola is nestled in Heathcote Valley where you will find plenty of parking for cars and coaches. The Summit Station – including the Time Tunnel, Shop and café – is at the top of Mt Cavendish. The Gondola trip takes 10 minutes one way at normal speed.

Tekapo Springs

Tekapo Springs is located at the base of Mount John & nestled on the shores of stunning Lake Tekapo, boasting a unique mix of summer and winter recreation and relaxation.

Immerse yourself in one of our five outdoor heated pools with an Aqua Play Area for the kids & adult’s only pool (temperatures between 27 – 40 degrees) open all year.

Indoor steam and sauna facility open all year round.

Outdoor International size ice rink, open mid-April to mid-September.

TRIPPO – New Zealand’s largest inflatable water slide, open December to March.

Adrenalin filled winter snow tube park open July to October.

A fully equipped day spa offering a variety of luxurious treatments to soothe & rejuvenate.

TEKAPO STAR GAZING -offers a unique audio-visual star gazing experience that will explore, excite and entertain. Our guided outdoor/indoor star gazing tour will introduce you to the famous Mackenzie Dark Sky Reserve followed by a relaxing soak in the hot pools.

Lake Pukaki

Lake Pukaki looks like sapphire and ice got married then melted into a shimmering pool of milk forever. Its milky turquoise colour is mesmerizing and very popular on Instagram, especially as it has Mount Cook/Aoraki looming in the background like a Lord Of The Lake. Actually, speaking of Lords, Peter Jackson did a lot of filming of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug in this area, using Lake Pukaki as the location for JK Tolkien’s ‘Lake Town’.

Lake Pukaki is the largest of three alpine lakes fed by glaciers, surrounded by tussocks, and shrouded in an incredible light. The colour of the water comes from glacial flour - extremely fine particles ground down from glacial rocks (not something to make glacial bread out of). When the sun hits the surface of the lake it reflects off the particles giving it its brilliant hue.

You can view the lake on the drive down State Highway 80 to Aoraki/ Mount Cook Village or the road between Twizel and Lake Tekapo Village. Or ditch the car and enjoy the lake on foot or by bike on one of the many tracks around it – including the mighty Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail. Or get your photos from the air on a scenic flight.

Whale Watch Kaikoura

Kaikōura is the whale watching capital of New Zealand, every Whale Watch tour is a unique experience and the sightings vary. Giant Sperm Whales are the stars of the show and year-round residents. A typical Whale Watch tour may encounter New Zealand Fur Seals, pods of Dusky Dolphins and the endangered Wandering Albatross.

Depending on the season you may also see migrating Humpback Whales, Pilot Whales, Blue Whales and Southern Right Whales. Kaikōura often hosts the world's largest dolphin - the Orca - and is home to the world's smallest and rarest - the Hector's. Kaikōura also attracts the largest concentration and variety of seabirds on mainland New Zealand including 13 species of Albatross, 14 varieties of Petrels and 7 types of Shearwater

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