Splurge Yourself with a Vacation in Northland Region

If you are looking for a great and nature-rich place to spend your vacation, New Zealand should be at the top of your list, specifically its Northland Region. This northernmost region in the country offers a lot of exciting and thrilling activities as well picturesque views and wonders of nature. And what better way to explore the Northland than through a campervan travel?

With the bright and sunny ambiance in Northland, coupled with its relaxing sub-tropical climate and a multitude of beaches, bay and islands, you’ll definitely feel the tranquility you do not usually get from your highly urbanized city. To help you get around the extensive coastline of the place, experienced travelers will tell you that renting a campervan in the Northland Region is the best thing to do. Do not worry about where to hire one as you will find a lot of campervan rental companies in New Zealand.

Twin Coast Discover Highway

Water activities should be included in your campervan travel itinerary and you can easily find the perfect spots for such adventures along the Twin Coast Discovery Highway, the touring route of the Northland. From snorkeling, watching the dolphins, surfing or trying some big game fishing, you will be amazed with what you can do during your vacation in the region.


For beach lovers, the Waipu Cove and Langs Beach will stun you with their crystal clear water and white sand. Waipu town is filled with so much history, as well, so if you want to learn more about the place, a trip to the Waipu Museum is a must do.

Waipoua Forest

After the water adventure, you can then experience the beautiful wildlife areas of the region by driving to the Waipoua forest located on the west coast. This is the biggest kauri forest in the country and just a short walk from the road (where you can park your campervan). You will find the oldest kauri tree such as the popular Tane Mahuta or the “Lord of the Forest.”


You can also drive to the historical lighthouse in the northernmost of New Zealand located at Cape Reinga. Moreover, you will not find any high-rising buildings or traffic lights when you visit the north of Whangarei. You will also find in this town the famed Burning Issues Gallery of the country as well as the National Clock Museum.

There are a lot more things to do, see, discover and explore in the region but a vacation with friends and family will be more enjoyable if you have a campervan Northland Region that will easily bring you to so many breathtaking spots.

Jack Kent

About Jack Kent

Jack Kent loves the outdoors and nothing is more enjoyable than driving his Britz campervan around the North and South islands of New Zealand. When Jack isn't driving his motorhome around, he is drinking beers with his mates, mountain biking through country New Zealand and blogging about what New Zealand has to offer.

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