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Live the JUCY experience in New Zealand

If there’s one thing we know well, it’s campervans, cars, and travelling New Zealand! We’ve been living JUCY for nearly 20 years, after all.

It’s not just our wide range of vehicles on offer. We also give you unlimited mileage, 24/7 roadside assistance, plus our friendly crew is passionate about sharing travel advice, too.

Are you ready to live JUCY?

JUCY reviews

While we’re not afraid to toot our own horn, we love to hear our customers toot it more.

Read our real-time, real-traveller reviews to assist you to book your New Zealand campervan, car, cruise or Snooze accommodation with confidence.  

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.

J. Wade - Canada

Great customer service on the ground and during an online live-chat. Car was in great shape and made our trip extra special.

R. Espejo Empig - NSW, Austalia

All you need to live the van life in NZ

T. Frei - NSW, Australia

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.

A. Gray - Auckland, New Zealand

Hired a car through JUCY in Queenstown. The online process was easy and the car we got was clean and nice to drive. I accidentally ordered the wrong sized car seat, which they corrected within minutes of arrival with no worries. Would happily hire through them again.

C. De Jong - Auckland, New Zealand

No doubt Tourism New Zealand’s #pureNZ campaign (and feedback from every friend and relative that’s visited) has made a visit to our faraway shores desirable. Add in these tidbits to shift that from want to need! 

  • Nowhere in New Zealand is more than 128km from the sea. That means a beach road trip is accessible in less than two hours. Even if you’re on the ski slopes!  
  • For the ultimate soak, New Zealand has the largest hot water spring in Rotorua, and it’s lush! 
  • At present, there are an estimated 70,000 land-based native animals and plants unique to New Zealand! Wow! Hiking gives you the best chance of spying our unusual flora and fauna.  

Oh man, where to start on giving you a tease on New Zealand’s best attractions? There are so many! Here’s some: 

  • Hiking across our beautiful country is a must-do – even if you’re a couch potato! With a range of trails – from short strolls to the 3,000km Te Araroa tramp there truly is something for everyone.  
  • Get wet! Whether you’re planning on whale watching, scuba diving, canyoning, or even great white shark cage diving, our water-based activities are worthy of your Kiwi itinerary.  
  • Traditionally New Zealand food was not a massive enticer to visit (Marmite, anyone?). However, a recent surge in new and creative eateries means that your belly can be as full as your heart here.

Where to go in New Zealand? Everywhere, duh! But seriously: read our quick guide to narrow your choices down: 

  • If you’re into more thrills than Stephen King, consider the south of the South Island. While Queenstown clearly wears the adventure crown, the rest of the region has some mind-blowing activities to entice, also.  
  • If the sound of white beaches, sandboarding, Maori culture, and dolphins frolicking sound like fun, head north from Auckland. The Bay of Island, Cape Reinga, and Whangarei Heads all impress.  
  • Keen on sunny bays, cute towns, and wineries galore? Drive north from Christchurch to the Marlborough Sounds. Tackle the Queen Charlotte Track, meander around Picton, or head to the famed Cloudy Bay Vineyards (with a sober driver, of course).