Luxury Caravan Hire
Feel at home with NZ4U2U Modern luxury caravans for hire to explore New Zealand, Christchurch, and South Island. All of our caravans are less than three years old. Each caravan includes a shower, toilet, heater, gas/electric oven, microwave, gas hobs, gas/electric fridge, cutlery, crockery, toaster, electric jug, kettle, pots and pans, linen, and all other sundry items required for the complete holiday. Your health and happiness is our top concern so, our caravans have safety equipment in them. This includes a first aid kit, smoke and LPG alarms, GPS locator and electrical mains cable.
Car and Caravan Combo
Well priced and modern cars equipped for caravan hire available through our preferred rental car supplier, RaD car hire.
Why hire your caravan from us?
Car and Caravan Combo
While the caravans need to be collected and returned to Christchurch, the car can be collected and returned to any of the 21 car rental branches located around the country.
My wife and I hired a caravan from NZ4u2u. All our dealings with them went very smoothly and the caravan supplied was in perfect order, and well provisioned. We had a wonderful holiday and would certainly recommend NZ4u2u and will be back to them when planning our next caravan trip.Rod and Sarah BuchananCaravan Hire
We had a great holiday, the caravan towed really well and we were able to keep up with the traffic flow. The caravan was comfortable, warm and well equipped and it was handy travelling with all the conveniences on board so we could stop as we needed to. We covered a lot of miles without incident and really enjoyed ourselvesKate and Duncan Hamilton
Amazing!!! Your caravan was beautifully presented and the places we stopped were amazing. It is such a convenient way to holiday. We followed our own route and stopped where it suited us. Would definitely do it again. Cheers to NZ4u2u for providing such a beautiful and well appointed caravan. We could not fault it. We recommend them for caravan hire.Jan Bellaney
From beginning to end everything went very smoothly and we had a fantastic time. So much better than a motorhome. We could set up camp and then go off exploring in our car or even just down to the township to get the milk without having to break up camp. Looking for caravan hire - I would definitely recommend NZ4u2u we will use them againDavid LucasCaravan Rental
We really enjoyed our caravan. In winter conditions, snowed in and very cold night... The caravan was cosy, warm, spacious and comfortable. Perfect way to get around and follow your nose . For us we followed the snow, and we got plenty.Charlotte and Blair AndersonCaravan Rental
New Zealand is also known by its native Maori name, Aotearoa, meaning Land of the Long White Cloud. Indeed, New Zealand is known for its beautiful clear skies, stunning landscapes, and vistas unlike anywhere else on earth. If you come to New Zealand for the views, you will never be disappointed. New Zealand is small in size, (similar to Japan, Italy, or Great Britain) and is home to 4.5 million people. Around its edges are white sand sub-tropical beaches, black sand volcanic ones, and rocky coastland, as well as dozens of islands. In its interior, there are volcanic plateaus, its own Southern Alps, geothermal wonderlands, rainforests, and glaciers. The climate is temperate, with a “Winterless North” and frosty south, but overall pleasant range of weather year-round. The backbone of its economy is agriculture, and it is known for its grass-fed beef and lamb, world class wines, and GM free produce. Tourism, as well as academic tourism, has become an important product as well. New Zealand has plenty of room to welcome tourists to its uncrowded, safe, and clean spaces and there’s no place like it to get away from it all while enjoying all the comforts, and luxuries, one could imagine in your home away from home. Haere Mai. Welcome.
The North Island is home to Auckland, an international, vibrant, exciting city of 1.5 million as well as the capital city, Wellington, with its university, Houses of Parliament, Te Papa National Museum and a fun eclectic feel. In between are volcanoes, mud pools, farmland, beaches, ski fields, vineyards, and the occasional Hobbit. Come explore!
The South Island is known for its vast untouched spaces, spectacular scenery, skiing, fishing, hunting, and adventure tourism. It also has one of the world’s only Night Sky Reserves, glaciers, fjords, more vineyards, and access to Stewart Island, New Zealand’s third island, a beautiful, rugged nature reserve and historic area. Ferries make connecting the North and South Islands easy, with daily comfortable crossings.
The absolute best way to see all that New Zealand has to offer is with a caravan; at your own pace, in your own space, with no accommodation worries, and the great wide road ahead of you. Do what pleases you, throughout your trip. We offer you luxury on wheels, in your completely self-contained, comfortable and beautifully appointed caravan. Here on our website, we offer everything you need to plan this trip of a lifetime, from travel advice, to tours, to ways to communicate with other travellers, and more. Explore our website to find out more about our caravans, and your trip possibilities. To see what you could see in New Zealand, visit our tours page .
Collect Moments, Not Things.
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Caravan hire with us
We want you to have the best holiday ever. Book with us. We might be small but we care. We know that your recommendations are the cornerstone of our business, so we want you to have a fantastic experience.
Go off grid
We think the best way to see our beautiful country is by caravan: you can stop and enjoy the view, or move on when you are ready. Go where the mood takes you, leave your caravan parked and go exploring in the car.
Caravans are self contained with their own kitchen and bathroom and are equipped with solar power. This means travellers are not bound by the constraints of camp grounds and other accommodation.
Use our helpful distance calculator to plan your trip.
Make moments. Because in the end, it’s not going to matter how many breaths you took, but how many moments took your breath away.