To compare our campers for the 2021/2022 travel year click here.
2011 - 2013 models
There’s big and then there’s the Mighty Big Six. The largest camper in its fleet boasts bedding for up to 6 travellers with 3 double beds, giving everyone plenty of room, a comfy night’s sleep, and the very necessary bonuses of a shower and loo.
It’s the Optimus Prime of campervans.
Images are indicative only. Actual campervans may vary. Layout cannot be requested.
Three double beds
12V Battery/240V mains power
Supplied in the camper you will find linen and bedding, kitchen essentials including crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils plus all the general living gear you’ll need.
Don’t forget to pack soft bags instead of a suitcase – much easier to store in the camper!
All children aged up to seven years must travel in an approved child restraint. This vehicle has positioning for a total of two child restraints. Child seats (approximate age birth – 3 years) and Booster seats (approximate age 4 + years) can be fitted to the rear seats in the vehicle. Mighty does not allow restraints to be fitted to the front passenger seat
Please refer to the Child and Booster Seat guide for more information:
Child and Booster Seat Guide 2021/2022
Well-behaved dogs or cats are welcome to come along for the trip (not available for Wellington hires). A fee per hire applies. This is to cover additional cleaning processes that we undertake. For more information on bringing a pet please see our guidance here.
Exact campervan model may vary
Drivers licence information
Please note: A current and full motor vehicle driver’s licence is required and must be produced upon vehicle collection.
Visiting us from overseas? If your license is in a language other than English, please ensure two things:
1. The license is appropriate for a full size motor vehicle (not restricted or learner)
2. It must be accompanied by an accredited English translation. The translation must be provided by an an NZ Transport Agency authorised translation service or a diplomatic representative at a high commission, embassy or consulate, or the authority that issued your overseas licence. (An International Driving Permit may be acceptable as a translation if in English).