Rates & Dates
Here is a selection of stories visiting journalists have written about their New Zealand experience in a Wilderness campervan.
Well-travelled Belgian reporter Gerrit op de Beeck travelled six thousand miles across New Zealand with his "home on his back". He concluded that New Zealand is undoubtedly the best campervan holiday in the world. Not only because of the many beautiful locations where you can camp but also because the locals are very welcoming.
German travel writer Ingo Petz takes a Wilderness Base Jumper 2 campervan (no longer on fleet) to Rotorua to learn the ancient Maori war dance, the Haka. While he struggles to find the warrior within, he decides that most New Zealanders aren't warriors anymore either - just warm and polite people.
Journalist and intrepid traveller Ron van de Wiel escapes the last of the Dutch winter in a Wilderness Dart 2 campervan (no longer on fleet). From the ancient kauri forests in the north to ancient glaciers in the south, he finds many of the popular tourist spots as well as a few more remote. He even discovers the tracks covered by the first Dutch visitors back in the 1600s.
Revered German travel writer Stefan Nink goes on a mission to find the rare New Zealand kiwi. At the end of each cool wet evening spent hiking through the bush in search of the elusive bird, he returns to his warm and supremely comfortable Wilderness Base Jumper campervan (no longer available).
Canadian automotive journalist and international adventure seeker Budd Stanley took an off-season road trip in a Wilderness Base Jumper campervan (no longer available). He found May weather in NZ similar to that of his home town Vancouver and appreciated having few other tourists around to share his favourite wilderness spots.
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