Rental Car Village Campervan Christchurch
Christchurch City inspires travellers with its ongoing vibrant and colourful transformation, where historical buildings and innovative new architecture infuse together. Amongst the construction of new buildings, world-renowned collection of street art has morphed and grown. Both local and foreign artists flocked to Christchurch as unutilised buildings and vacant parking lots provided a blank canvas to work with. Both organised and self-guided walking tours guide you around the city.
Spend days enjoying highlights of Christchurch, ranging from nature walks in Botanical Gardens to strolling museums. Cafes and restaurants are scattered throughout the central city. Get about easily by foot, bicycle or roam the streets in by Christchurch campervan hire.
Hire a campervan in Christchurch and drive to the locally operated wildlife park, the only open range zoo in New Zealand. It allows visitors feed giraffes, ride inside a lion enclosure and encounter the kiwi, our national bird.
Campervan rental in Christchurch gives freedom to explore adventure activities nearby, ranging from two-wheeled adventures on island tracks and mountain bike parks based in the port hills. Jet boating, zip lining and velocity karts are just some of the high adrenaline activities available.
Drive 20 minutes from Christchurch, via an impressive road tunnel and arrive in the portside town of Lyttelon. Harbour cruises depart every day, with opportunity to see dolphins. Visit the farmers market on Saturday mornings, or for truly energetic, trek over the port hills.
Road trip to from Christchurch to Akaroa should be on your travel itinerary. Couple of hours drive from Christchurch, this charming French influenced township has native birds, a beach with gentle waves and fresh sea food. Holiday parks are located nearby for overnight stays.
Further north from Christchurch is Kaikoura, a few hours driving on state highway one. Famous for cray fish, whale watching and costal views, certainly a memorable road trip for many. Camp out on beachfront camping grounds.
Travel West from Christchurch is Arthurs Pass, where high mountains steep gorges and wide rivers are the backbone of the South Island. Department of Conservation campsites are located throughout this area, allowing free camping in some locations.