Enjoy all the Comforts of Home with KEA Campers

Posted by Ruth Atherley on May 8, 2012 at 3:42 pm

I had the opportunity to get an update from the team at KEA Campers at TRENZ.

In 1995, KEA Campers was launched as a boutique motorhome rental company in Auckland, New Zealand. Today, KEA has grown to become a multi-award-winning operator of a fleet of more than 1,000 luxury Campervans, Motorhomes and 4WD off-road campers in New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Namibia. KEA’s fleet is equipped with the largest beds, a full kitchen and bathroom facilities, so clients can freedom camp with all the luxuries of home.

KEA has set out to take the confusion out of freedom camping for domestic and international tourists. All of their vehicles meet the strict guidelines for NZMCA Certified Self-Containment, which means they meet all the necessary living needs of the occupants (ablutionary, sanitary, and water for drinking and cooking). The experts at KEA are happy to explain the new freedom camping requirements to their clients on their personalized show-through. They provide them with a HEMA map, a guide to using dump stations, and also direct them to visit Rankers’ Respect New Zealand online map.

KEA Campers is the first NZ motorhome rental company to win the Tourism Supreme Award for two consecutive years, which has resulted in their induction into the NZ Tourism Hall of Fame. They are also the first NZ motorhome rental company to obtain the Qualmark Enviro Gold rating. They have added solar power and fresh water filtration to all the rental vehicles. KEA has been a sponsor of the NZMCA dump station program (which helps install dump stations around the country) for over 10 years, as their commitment to encouraging responsible camping.

At TRENZ, they are showcasing their vehicle fleet – which is being upgraded to include satellite television and diesel central heating that can function while the vehicle is on the road. So now even in the coldest New Zealand winter, their clients stay cozy and warm.

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