Budget campervans New Zealand- DriveNow has a great range of budget campervans, so if you are looking for a campervan, this is the place.
Budget campervans are available in a variety of sizes and configurations, and at great prices.
DriveNow have been a leader in budget campervans New Zealand for years and have a reputation for quality service.
Through their partnerships with all the leading brands, such as Maui, Britz, Kea, Apollo and backpacker, they are able to give you a wide choice, at the best rates possible.
Check out their range of budget campervans and current special deals below:
New Zealand is one of the most visually stunning countries on earth, and a road trip in your own campervan is a great way to see New Zealand.
Imagine having the freedom to take your time and see New Zealand at your own pace. No organised tour schedules to stick to. No cramped buses filled with strangers. Budget campervans New Zealand give you the privacy and freedom to do your own thing at your own pace.
Picture yourself sitting by the road gazing at the Southern Alps! Or winding your way around the coves and bays of the Bay of Islands! How about the stunning Aoraki Mount Cook. Or the majestic Milford Sound, once described by English author Rudyard Kipling, as the "Eighth Wonder of the World".
And you can use our free itineraries to help you plan your trip.
New Zealand is a driver friendly country, with a great, uncluttered road network, and a never ending variety of amazing
Where Can We Camp in New Zealand?
New Zealand has an extensive range of camp grounds, located in all areas of the country.
For comprehensive information on New Zealand camp grounds please visit
New Zealand Camping Guide.
The New Zealand Camping Guide covers every camping area in the country,
including: free camps, Conservation camps and local body camps. It is
arranged in logical touring order with accompanying maps. Every listing
has a full description of the campsite, details of things to do in the
area, whether dogs are welcome, if there is wireless internet, what to
do, where to eat, and much more.
How Long Will It Take Me To Drive Around New Zealand?
Although New Zealand is a relatively small country, many areas are hilly or mountainous, which can extend driving times. What may seem a short distance on a map can often take longer to travel than you think.
And of course, with so many amazing things to see and do, you need to allow yourself plenty of time.
To get an accurate indication of New Zealand driving times and distances click the link below, which will take you to a helpful calculator:New Zealand Driving Times and Distances
DriveNow has something for everyone looking for budget campervans New Zealand.Before you book your budget campervans New Zealand, be sure and compare our prices and range.
Budget Campervans New Zealand - Handy Tip 1
Some rental car companies do not allow you to take your rental car or campervan from one island to the other, so it is sometimes necessary to make seperate bookings for each island. If you are travelling from the North Island to the South Island, you will drop your car off in Wellington, and collect another car or campervan in Picton (South Island) when you disembark from the Inter Island ferry.
Please check with your rental company at the time of booking.
You can check and book Inter Island ferry trips here:
Budget Campervans New Zealand - Handy Tip 2
Insurance excess for your rental vehicle can be substantial, and often $3,000 to $4,000. This means that you have to pay this amount in the event of any damage to the vehicle. Rental companies will allow you to reduce this excess if you pay an additional daily charge, which may be $20-$30 extra per day. As an alternative to paying this additional daily fee, check the terms and conditions of your travel insurance policy. You may find that your travel insurance covers the excess. If in doubt ask your travel insurer.
Travel Insurance Through World Nomads
After you book your budget campervans New Zealand, please protect yourself with travel insurance.
We have heard too many stories about travellers left stranded or in financial hardship because they neglected to take out travel insurance.