Scenes from a campervan trip around the North and South Island of New Zealand. Touring New Zealand by campervan allows the freedom to get to remote and stunning areas without sacrificing your favorite comforts or amenities while on the road. We left Auckland on the North Island and drove through Coromandel peninsula and then south through Rotorua and Lake Taupo and then into Wellington. We then boarded BlueBridge ferry for our journey across the Cook Strait to the town if Picton on the North Island. From there we drove south along the East Coast through Kaikoura, then cut west to the West coast town of Greymouth. Our final segment took us through Arthur's Pass back to the town of Christchurch. Just a few of the highlights of the trip were: Seeing the fall colors in Arrowtown, Seeing the Royal Albatross and Yellow-Eyed Penguins near Dunedin, Soaking in a self made hot pool on the beach on the Cormandel Peninsula, Seeing the geothermal activity and lush rivers around Rotorua, Watching seal pups make their way up stream to play in the Ohau Waterfall, Driving the the coastal range through Kaikoura, Seeing the Kea (only alpine parrot) and hiking to waterfalls in Arthur's Pass.