To find out where and when is prohibited, surprise surprise, go to the Do C websiteis an amazing resource for New Zealand tourers.
It can be downloaded as an application on your smartphone and provides information about free campsites in the area, as well as dump stations, petrol stations and even s a site designed to cut out the tedious searching, providing you directly with information about where the free campsites in New Zealand are.
It’s 100% win-win where travellers get a free ride and rental car companies save on expensive relocation costs.
Free campsites and huts New Zealanders love their tramping (hiking in our local language) and camping, and with scenery like ours it’s obvious why.
Our Department of Conservation, or Do C as we like to call them, provide us with huts and campsites at amazing locations and prices.
Every traveller to New Zealand should have this magical experience of sleeping in the great outdoors at least once.
by region and the cost of staying there ranges from completely free to $10 per night.
Naked Bus is well renowned for its $1 fares and it’s possible to snatch one up on every single bus trip that they run.