If your trip to Ngahinapouri is all locked in but your itinerary is looking a bit empty, let us give you a few hints and tips.If you’re looking for a good reason to explore beyond the city center, Hamilton New Zealand LDS Temple is it. Want another one? Taitua Arboretum is also worth the short journey out.
We know you can’t wait to see what your new ride can do. How about venturing out on a day trip to Waitomo Caves? Just 25 miles away, roll down your windows and enjoy the wind in your hair on the drive there. See the sights starting with Waitomo Glowworm Caves, Altura Gardens & Wildlife Park and Aranui Cave. The locals are also likely to point you toward Waihi, 50 miles away. If you only have time for one attraction here, make sure it’s Owharoa Falls. (But we’re also big fans of Waihi Waterlily Gardens and Orokawa Bay.)
If you’re here to attend a work conference, you’ll find Mystery Creek Events Centre 8 miles away. When you get a break, head to a nearby restaurant to grab a few moments to yourself — networking and socializing can be quite exhausting.
Sure, it’s possible to explore Ngahinapouri without wheels. But with so much to see, having one will definitely make your trip all the more memorable. If you’re hoping to head out into nature, choose something with a little extra power. A full-size car or an SUV could be exactly what you need. A smaller car, like a mini or a compact, is a great choice for travelers heading off on shorter trips.
For some, owning a luxury vehicle is the stuff of fairy tales. But renting the car of your dreams is certainly within your grasp! Imagine the thrill of cruising the open roads in a snazzy convertible, even if it’s only for a little while. Or maybe all you need is a reliable set of wheels to bring you safely from point A to point B. Flashy or frugal? Whatever you decide, one thing’s for sure — there’s a rental car to suit you in Ngahinapouri.
Before you take to the road in Ngahinapouri, it pays to brush up on the traffic laws here. From red light rules to seat belt regulations, here’s all you need to know:
In Ngahinapouri, drivers stick to the left side of the road. This means the driver’s seat is on the right side. If you’ve rented a ride with a manual transmission, you’ll need to get used to shifting gears with your left hand.
Most of the time, your rental car company will bill the amount listed on the fine to your credit card, including local surcharges. Alternatively, they may provide your contact details to the relevant local authority, who’ll then issue a fine directly to you.