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For anyone taking a motorhome hire new zealand journey it is highly recommended that you make a stop in the vibrant, fun city of Wellington. There are many incredible things to see and do in the immediate region including a massive botanical gardens, lots of restaurants and bars along Cuba Street and in other trendy neighborhoods, a plethora of fantastic museums from arts to the city’s unique and colorful history, and of course the plethora of public beaches that the city is famous for. When it comes to spending a few days in a fun and exciting city with great climate, friendly locals, and an abundance of activities then this is the perfect stop. Like all places, there are a number of Don’ts as well that you should take into consideration when you’re in town. As long as you beware these don’ts then you will no doubt have a terrific trip to this legendary city that has been attracting travelers by the thousands for decades.

Watch Your Drink Numbers

The moral of this don’t is to not get too intoxicated in the city’s many bars. Wellington is a nightlife city, meaning there are literally hundreds of bustling drinking establishments, not to mention a vast array of clubs and other nightlife staples. Of course you should feel free to head out and have some fun in this exceedingly thriving city where you can meet fellow travelers and locals alike. But like all major cities, you aren’t going to want to get so intoxicated that you lose your good senses. Although Wellington is safe overall, there are drunken fights that you won’t to become involved in, pickpockets, and other hazards that come along with any nightlife scene. Keep yourself out of sticky situations by not getting too drunk when out and about in Wellington.

Don’t Disrespect The Locals

Wellington has long been known as a friendly town where the locals are very accepting of travelers and their lifestyles. The local businesses appreciate the influx of travelers and work hard to accommodate them. The last thing you want to do is breach this trust by angering the locals or disrespecting them in any way. After all the locals mean you now harm and extend nothing but support and courtesy for travelers passing through, so show them the same respect when you’re in town and the great tradition of peaceful Wellington travel will continue.

Don’t Head Out Into The Woods Unprepared

There can be no doubt that the area surrounding Wellington contains some of the most majestic and pristine wilderness to be found anywhere in the country. Most motorhome hire new zealand travelers are all about outdoor adventure, and by all means you should check out the surrounding regions all you can when in town. But make sure to be prepared. Map out your route each time you set out. Research all the local landmarks and decide which ones to hit. Take all the necessary equipment with you. Each year there are stories of travelers getting lost, injured, or worse in the surrounding regions, so be sure to be safe when venturing into the wilderness.

Beware The Squid!

The local waters are known to be home to giant squid, and while you are safe from them when swimming in the water and these creatures are generally harmless, be sure not to mess with them should you come across one washed up on the beach. The tide will eventually take them back out, so just leave them be and don’t attempt to touch, prod, or lift them. The skin of these squid can be harmful and you may be doing them more harm than good.

Don’t Go Without Sunscreen

The summers in Wellington are incredibly hot and feature a blinding sun. If you’re heading to one of the many public beaches, make sure to amply apply sunscreen so you can avoid the dreaded Wellington burn that comes from just a small amount of sun exposure. The same goes if you’re not heading to the beach and are just out and about walking around or enjoying a day in the park. Even the smallest exposure can result in a burn, so whenever you’re heading out in high summer apply that sunscreen and you’ll be thankful later.

No motorhome hire new zealand journey is complete without a long stop in the vibrant and welcoming city of Wellington. There is so much to see and do here it is guaranteed you’ll never be bored. All you have to do is take these main don’ts into consideration and you will be all set to enjoy this traveler’s hotspot. Staying safe in Wellington is as easy as just following a few simple pointers, so keep these firmly in mind as you enjoy all the delights Wellington has to offer.


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