Hiring a Campervan from Nelson

Happen to be searching for Campervan Hire in Nelson New Zealand? well your in the right place to find the best motorhome rental deals for the wonderfuly country of New Zealand. Located on the breathtaking eastern shores of Tasman Bay is Nelson. Located right at the top of New Zealand's South Island. It is the economic and cultural hub of the Nelson region. The city has a population of nearly 46,500 people.

Settles in 1841, it is New Zealand's second oldest city, and the South Island's oldest city. It was formally proclaimed as a city in 1858 following Royal Charter being granted. The city of Nelson is often referred to as the centre of New Zealand by the locals.

The city is probably best known for its local arts and crafts. It hosts a range of events each year that are extremely popular with both locals and tourists. The biggest would be the Nelson Arts Festival, which until recent times has been rivalled by the Wearable Arts Awards. The World of Wearable Art has now been established to show off some of the wonderful and creative designs.

January and February in Nelson are abuzz of events and festivals such as the Nelson Jazz & Blues Festival, the Adam Chamber Music Festival, the Evolve Festival of Opportunities, the Nelson Kite Festival and the Nelson Yacht Regatta. Then in the month of March you can take in Marchfest and the Taste Nelson Festival. Finally July is home to the Winter Music Festival.

The city is also very historically rich, with a number of beautiful buildings that are definitely worth a look and a few photos, such as Broadgreen House, Founders Park Windmill, Fairfield House, Chez Eelco, Nelson Central School Renwick House, Cabragh House, Nelson Cathedral, Melrose House, Redwood College, Amber House, the Victorian Rose Pub and Isel House.

Other star attractions of the city include the Abel Tasman National Park, Nettlebed Cave, Nelson Lakes National Park, Mount Owen, Kahurangi National Park, Trafalgar Park, Lake Rotoiti, the Christ Church Cathedral, the Nelson Provincial Museum and Boulder Bank.

The activities in Nelson can be as hard core or as relaxing as you like. There is just so much to do including bicycling and mountain biking, cave visits, farm parks for the kids, fly fishing, horse rides, scenic flights, kayaking, canyoning, off road and 4WD tours, boat tours and cruises, rock climbing and abseiling, white water rafting, jet boating or relaxing tours through some on Nelson's beautiful wine country.