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Read our real-time, real-traveller reviews to assist you to book your New Zealand campervan, car, cruise or Snooze accommodation with confidence.
Awesome service (staff / shuttle, and even the crew that work behind the scenes). Rented a Mazda recently and even though I loath autos, this was a sweet rental and cheap on petrol .. oops my secret is out. But for the budget wary travellers, this is great advise when petrol is so expensive. I will rent again. PS. Cheap deals too when staying with JUCY Snooze who I recommend as well. Happy travelling and enjoy the journey.
All you need to live the van life in NZ
Both the campers and the staff I have found to be good quality. The outfit of the vehicles, combined with the bold and fun branding are second to none in their price range - highly recommend the camper, and even the other JUCY campers toot as you pass as we are all enjoying the trips so much. The service has also been great as long as we the buyer are patient and clear on what we want ie; you're not a nightmare customer as we can all be at times. My family has used 3 brands of campers in NZ, and JUCY service and quality for money is the best.
It's so fun and a very economical way to travel. We were able to take care of food and transportation and lodging for our family of five (two kids and a baby) for less than the cost of staying in hotels. Only going to restaurants once a day, rather than three times, makes the trip much more affordable! You van stay at free campsites along the way (use the Wikicamps app). JUCY was one of the only campers that had five seatbelts we could find. Highly recommend.
Very affordable and easy to hire van service
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