New Zealand

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bbh.co.bz is a listing of cheap backpacker accomodation in New Zealand, as well as a noticeboard advertising jobs, used cars for sale, people looking for travel buddies and a discussion forum. Invaluable resource while backpacking in NZ. couch:New Zealand


Transport

Find info on hitchhiking at Hitchwiki.

Hitchhiking is fairly common and quite doable.

Cheap travel options

Rental relocations

TransferCar offers free one-way rentals for short-term relocations, e.g. Christchurch to Auckland in 4 days, including ferry pass and a full tank of fuel.

If you are hiring any kind of car you will need to know the road rules (the "Road Code") as police have been cracking down on tourist drivers recently. You can learn the necessary rules for free at this site.

Budget bus travel

Bus travel tickets between cities in the same island can be as cheap as $1, but usually range between $10-50 with companies such as Naked Bus and InterCity

Carpool

If you have regular travel requirements for a short period you can try carpooling. The NZ Government carpool initiative is here and Jayride is here

Companies

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Accommodation

Find info on hosp ex at Couchwiki.
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Meet fellow travellers on hospitality exchange networks: Trustroots

Food

Find info on dumpster diving at Trashwiki.
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Connectivity

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Busking

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Visa

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Cities

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Travel destinations

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