The team at RaD Car Hire regularly adds useful information for travelling around New Zealand, in close proximity to our rental car locations. This includes the best activities, accommodation, eateries and much more on offer. Stay tuned for more.
If you’re staying near Auckland Airport or have some time to kill between flights, you’ll be happy to know that there is plenty to keep any visitor entertained, from a sophisticated Auckland winery to family-friendly theme parks and beautiful botanical gardens.Read More »
Often called the world’s coolest little capital city, Wellington is the cultural hub of New Zealand. With plenty of activities, the famous Te Papa Museum, beautiful beaches and excellent cafés and restaurants, you’ll want to give yourself at least a few days to explore Wellywood.Read More »
Nelson, New Zealand has many claims to fame. Its home to the Centre of New Zealand Walk and Monument, has historic status as the country’s second oldest city and consistently beats out other gorgeous locales for the title of NZ’s sunniest spot. As the gateway to the South Island, Nelson is a definite must-see for your Kiwi holiday. Book yourself a rental car and explore this stunning, historic region to the fullest.Read More »
Queenstown is famous around the globe for being a gorgeous town set amongst the stunning Southern Alps and sitting on the edge of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu. It is renowned for both its beauty and its status as the Adventure Capital of New Zealand.Read More »
Sitting near the top of New Zealand’s North Island, Auckland is home to almost a quarter of all Kiwis. It is a hustling, bustling metropolis blessed with beautiful weather and world class beaches. No wonder the locals are so friendly! If you want to wander through parks or gardens, shop op shops or upscale boutiques, dine, drink, dance, or spend a day by the sea, you can do it all in droves in Auckland.Read More »
Dubbed the Garden City, Christchurch is a fascinating city and a must see for your travels in New Zealand’s South Island. After a city flattening earthquake in 2011, Christchurch has fought its way out of the rubble to rebuild a resilient city, creating a stunning juxtaposed mix of old and new. It bursts with character and offers its many tourists touching memorials, wonderful dining, excellent shopping and high quality, sometimes quirky, accommodation.Read More »