Wellington is a fantastic to travel, full of amazing hikes, beaches, tours and attractions.
While traveling around in your campervan hire in the Wellington region be sure to stop in at the infamous Lambton Quay where Wellingtons best cafes and bars lie - I hope you love food because some of the best cuisines are on this street!
The best attraction hands down is Te Papa, one of the leading museums that spell out the history of New Zealand and the Maori’s that occupied this land before the invasion - it even dives into the transition period of the invasion, how politics and religion were used to instill order.
Seeing the canoes and boats the Maori used to transport themselves and food around, the homes they lived in and how to leveraged food storage facilities to ensure food is accessible throughout the year.
Parking is readily available for your campervan or motorhome, you’ll never forgive yourself if you don’t experience the wonders of Maoridom so get yourself in there when you’re in Wellington.
From Wellington CBD there’s Lower Hutt, Petone & Porirua within a quick 20 minute drive so you’ll never get bored. Whether you want to hike up mountain tracks, walk the Castlepoint beach or go fishing at Pukerua Bay - Wellington will keep you busy and entertained while traveling around in your campervan.
If you want to experience Maori activities, the Waka Tours is among the best giving you a glimpse into how the indigenous people lived during the old times.
Rich in history, Wellington will never disappoint your appetite for adventure, knowledge and memories.
Love the country and want to experience an incredible lake?
Pop over to Lake Wairarapa, just a 50km drive east from Wellington's CBD and indulge yourself with awe dropping scenerge of the lakes and mountain ranges surrounding you.
Wellington is a growing hub of tradition, culture and innovation - with infrastructure upgrades it’ll be a city to be reckoned with on a world stage.
From Wellington, you can venture up North and see the mighty Kapiti Coast or catch the Interislander and head south in the Malbourough Sounds and beyond.
Whichever direction you go, know this, an abundance of adventures and memories await.