Visiting New Zealand
Disability Vehicle Rentals offer a meet and great service at all major New Zealand Airports.
Pick up from one location and drop off at another is not a problem as we have depots throughout New Zealand in both North and South Islands.
New Zealand Tourism Guide
New Zealand Tourism Guide is a comprehensive online directory for NZ tourism and travel. Every New Zealand accommodation, attractions, tours and transport business is listed (over 12,000) together with extensive visitor holiday and vacation information for both local and international travelers. Start planning your New Zealand holiday or travel now and enjoy one of the best countries on earth. Check out more than 101 things to see and do in New Zealand or plan a great kiwi road trip.
Driving in New Zealand
Even if you have driven in other countries, it’s important to understand our rules for driving in New Zealand before you get behind the wheel here.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa have put together the key things to consider when planning your trip and as you make your journey around the country. DRIVESAFE and enjoy!
What if I have an accident while I’m on holiday in New Zealand?
New Zealand has excellent medical facilities and public hospitals offering a high standard of care. As part of the New Zealand health system free medical care is provided for injuries caused by an accident. This care is provided for anyone travelling or holiday in New Zealand as well as all New Zealanders. So if you have an accident causing injury while holidaying in New Zealand you will be well cared for – Elizabeth Marshall FirstLightTravel
Disability Parking Permit
New Zealand mobility parking permit application form for overseas visitors
There are clear criteria on who is eligible for a permit and permit holder’s responsibilities. This ensures that mobility parking spaces are available for people who really need them. parking permit application form
FirstLightTravel – Auckland
We love this country and that’s why we live here! Our New Zealand team of friendly Travel Professionals have been creating holidays since 2001 – and we are pretty good at it! So if you want an unforgettable holiday, that not only surpasses your expectations but also eliminates all the guessing and hard work, then talk to one of our team today – We are there with you all the way!
Read our reviews and find out why our guests just love what we do!
Identity Tours – Christchurch
Identity Tours have over 29 years of Special needs travel experience and expertise.
ND Kiwi Tours – Bay of Plenty
Experience some of the best the Bay of Plenty and Waikato have to offer on a tour of some of some of the regions’ top spots. Our welcoming guides provide engaging commentary on local highlights and go out of their way to make sure your experience is one to remember.
Small group tours begin from our Katikati office or we can collect you from a place of your choosing. If you are arriving on a cruise ship, we can pick you up directly from the Port of Tauranga for fantastic day trips and shore excursions. Requests for tailored experiences and private charter tours within our region or further afield are welcome.
Auckland – Walk On Wheels
We Rent a wide range of Mobility products. Visiting Auckland? We can deliver to the airport, boat, hotel or home or to Disability Vehicle Rentals so when you pick up your vehicle you are good to go.
We understand you, as we use mobility products in our own lives every day. Give us a call so we can answer your questions and help.
Making the Cook Strait accessible!
As the Cook Strait’s premier ferry service, Interislander takes its responsibilities very seriously and is constantly striving to improve accessibility. We have worked with Be.Accessible to ensure we are meeting the accessibility needs of our passengers and each of our ships has a Silver accessibility rating.
Each ship is structurally different and we recommend you choose the best ship for your needs. So please read through the information we have provided select your sailing accordingly.
For more detailed accessibility information for each ship, please view the facilities on Kaitaki, Kaiarahi and Aratere. Restricted lift access on Kaiarahi means that we would prefer passengers with restricted mobility use Kaitaki and Aratere.