How to RV New Zealand | Interislander Ferry and Glowworms

Travel Vlog #36 // Waitomo, New Zealand // This vlog was a ton of fun, showing you how to RV New Zealand using the Interislander Ferry to cross from the South Island to the North Island. Once we reached the North Island, we share the amazing experience of visiting the Waitomo Glowworm Caves.


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Hi! We grew up on opposite ends of the United States in Texas and Ohio. Later in college, we met and got married in August of 2016. As poor newly weds and recent college grads, we moved to New York City to begin what we thought would be our long careers in finance. Only one year later, after accumulating over 2 million miles and points through “travel hacking”, we booked round-the-world business class tickets to over 40 countries for free. We quit our jobs, sold everything we owned, and began this once-in-a-lifetime adventure on August 27, 2018. Chad has always loved creating home videos to hold onto the memories we share while traveling, so we started this YouTube channel as a place to share our adventures with friends and family. We hope you’ll join our journey to exciting countries and experiences around the world!

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4 Replies to “How to RV New Zealand | Interislander Ferry and Glowworms”

  1. David-Reyner How

    Hey Hannah and Chad. Welcome to NZ! I hope you enjoy the rest of your time here. Bummer about the glow worms.

  2. Josh Robertson

    Yea paid glow worm tours are tourist scams when most damp valleys and caves have glow worms here in NZ. Someone should say that on tourist websites.

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