The region of Wairarapa is set in the south-eastern-most part of New Zealand's South Island. Wairarapa, which by the Māori tribe translates to 'glistening waters'. This area offers plenty of beautiful beaches, rivers, and the magnificent Lake Wairarapa. Wairarapa offers lush valleys, like the beautiful area of Martinborough, which offers plenty of vineyards and local wines. Glampers will also have both the Tararua Range and Ruahine Range Head. Glamping who decide to go glamping here must head to the Mount Bruce Wildlife Centre to see this region's endangered native birds, take the dusty road down to the historical White Rock or simply take a stroll along the Orui Coastal Walk. Besides discovering this region's natural wonders, guests who stay in Wairarapa can take advantage of the beauty of their private, luxury camping site.