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Best Themed Backpacker in NZ goes to…

Best Themed Backpacker in NZ goes to…

Tired of staying in the same chain of Backpacking hostels with similar rooms and similar service? Want to try something quirky and different?

If you are travelling New Zealand and managed to find yourself in Rotorua, try the Cactus Jacks Backpackers.

Your very own “wild west”, right in the center of Middle Earth. Centrally located, 1890s Texan themed Backpacker…and arguably the best rates in New Zealand. Tall claim, but verify it yourself!

“We are competing with the best in the business…with the chains of Hostels with similar service, and we want to give our customers, something different, something dynamic, something which people will remember. They are backpacking, and this will go down as one of their best memories…with a themed backpacker, a friendly and homely atmosphere, and ofcourse, the most handsome and charming owner ever…”, beams Paul O’Connor, the “master” of the place.

“It is sad, that people come and doesn’t stay in Rotorua for long…this city has got so much to offer!” continues Paul. “We started the Zorbing craze, we have the best forest hikes in the country, the best hotpools and mud-spas, the best lakes and camping sites, and now the best themed backpacker with the best offers…come on! Better men gave in to temptations easier!”

Five minutes distance from city center and i-site, with loads of offers for the abovementioned activities, and great deals in local pubs and bars, this backpacker hostel also provides work-for-accommodation to travellers and woofers. Check it out now!

The details are on the website. http://www.cactusjackbackpackers.co.nz/


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