Location: At the bottom of the North Island, on the edge of Cook Strait.Read More
One of the wonderful things about discovering New Zealand in a Wilderness motorhome is the reassurance of knowing that if something happens on the road, or you just need some advice on how to work the heater, then someone is there to help.Read More
Holly and Simon from family travel blog Four Around the World spent 16 days exploring the South Island in an Outback 4 motorhome with their two daughters aged 4 and 6. They love travelling to new destinations and sharing their experiences and tips to help make family travel easier for others too.Read More
How fabulous would it be to arrive at a remote spot – maybe as the sun sets over a deserted stretch of beach – knowing that the wine is chilling in the fridge and you’ll soon be enjoying a delicious cooked meal? In a Wilderness campervan you can do just that.
Australian bloggers and serial travellers Alex and James Lock took a tour around the South Island in Wilderness campervan and share their 3-week itinerary.
Part of the convenience of life on the road in a Wilderness motorhome is hot and cold running water whenever you need it – whether it’s to drink, to enjoy a hot shower at the end of a day of exploring, or to do the washing up. Here’s how to look after the fresh and grey (waste) water in your Wilderness motorhome.