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A car rental in New Zealand is by far the most convenient way to explore this deliciously lush country. Take your time as you cruise the scenic roads of New Zealand and discover rare wonders of this country. Drive to the numerous attractions and scenic wonderlands such as the mysterious mountains, the gentle rivers and clear lakes, seductive beaches and the amazing New Zealand culture. Whatever your needs are, you'll find it in New Zealand with your DriveAway hire car.
Escape to the beautiful landscapes filled with adventurous or relaxing activities around every corner. New Zealand has a well designed highway network and a modern ferry system which will make getting around in your rental car in New Zealand a breeze!
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With your rental car in New Zealand, head for Omaru, where you'll find the stunning Bush Beach with its rare colony of resident penguins and it's unique Tunnel Beach. This beautiful landscape stretches through pristine coastline punctuated by huge rock outcroppings. Or take a rental car drive to the Ninety Mile beach located on the North island. The endless sands of this beach will take you along a secluded path which will make you feel like its your own private beach, even if it is for one day.
If its adrenalin adventures your looking for on your holiday then your in the right place. New Zealand has everything to offer from skydiving scares, to white water rafting dares or just a relaxing hike through Mother Nature's glories. Or there are classical adventures such as horse riding and surfing. Take on a self drive tour with your hire car across the country's roads and take in the magical Maori culture.
Check out Mount Cook, the country's tallest mountain, easily accessible with a car rental in New Zealand. Here you'll find hiking trails to the Tasman Glacier, Lake Tasman and the summit of Mount Cook, as well as activities for every nature and sports enthusiast.