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Authentic Aotearoa: 4 Ways to Experience the Local Culture

Posted on 19. Mar, 2018 by .

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of New Zealand? Snow-capped peaks; chains of mountain ranges, volcanos and expansive national parks waiting to be discovered; wine regions, extreme sports and a wilderness experience that leaves one suffused in wonder… a cultural awakening, inexplicable and indescribable. What makes New Zealand special though, […]

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Top 4 Things to Love about Self-Drive Holidays

Posted on 09. Feb, 2018 by .

Sometimes, you just need to travel your way. Itineraries are inspirational, advice can be helpful, and insight is always welcome, but really, when you break it down… you need to get away from the voices and opinions. A holiday is about you. Self-drive tours are experiencing a surge in popularity, as places like New Zealand […]

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3 Reasons You Should Book the Hole in the Rock Cruise

Posted on 04. Dec, 2017 by .

Imagine a paradise removed from the fumes of busy streets, where man-made sound is scarce, besides the gentle hum of a boat-engine and the shuffle of cameras leaving busting day-packs. Welcome to the Bay of Islands. Although you’ll be sorely tempted to stay on dry-land, exploring the cosy corners of Paihia and savouring a gorgeous, […]

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Limestone formations - Pancake Rocks - in Punakaiki, Paparoa National Park.

Have you considered self-driving New Zealand’s Southern Scenic Route?

Posted on 27. Nov, 2017 by .

New Zealand? You’ve been there, seen it and done it all… right? There are no more surprises beyond the sails of Auckland, the holes of Hobbiton, the soaring sounds and the countless other wonders you’ve packed into a couple of holidays… except the Southern Scenic Route. Even experienced travellers overlook this wandersome wilderness extraganvanza, beginning […]

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Limited holiday time? Which island should you visit? The North or The South?

Posted on 23. Oct, 2017 by .

You’re due for a holiday. You’ve been working hard, thinking too much and running yourself ragged for other people – it will be good to take care of yourself for a change. Sadly, time is limited and you’re not quite sure where to start to make the best of it. Where should you go? What […]

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Heart Stopper Alert: Why You Should Visit Skippers Canyon

Posted on 18. Oct, 2017 by .

You’ve seen pretty. You’re done with pretty. And while New Zealand comes out swinging with plenty of pretty to talk about at length, it’s not what you’ll ultimately remember about Skippers Canyon. You want adventure. You need teeth-chattering, spine-nudging activities that will send your stomach sky-high, chasing your smile before falling back to earth with […]

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A coastline between Punakaiki and Greymouth.

South Island Adventures: Explore the Wonders of Punakaiki

Posted on 16. Oct, 2017 by .

Escape to the salt-water paradise of coastal Punakaiki, an underrated hub with a rugged charm, packed with curiosities and activities for every age group to enjoy. Located four hours north-west of Christchurch, this gateway getaway serves as basecamp for avid explorers, laid-back families, adventurous couples and anybody seeking a holiday less frantic than those found […]

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Mountain Biking - Photo Rob Tucker

Off the Beaten Track Holidays: Spotlight on the Taranaki Region

Posted on 11. Oct, 2017 by .

Put away the guide books and leave the well-travelled highways behind, it’s time to submerge your sense of adventure in a New Zealand off the beaten track getaway. Rated as the number two Best in Travel 2017 destination by intrepid publishers Lonely Planet, the Taranaki Region is an unsung hero waiting to be praised loudly […]

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Everything you need to know about hiking in New Zealand.

Posted on 15. Sep, 2017 by .

New Zealand has a network of over 500 incredible hiking trails which meander their way through the great kiwi countryside, connecting the most dramatic mountains, rain forests, river valleys and glacier fields. It has always been a long-time favourite destination for day walks, trekking and multi day guided hikes due to the country’s vast variety […]

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4 Wellington Must-Dos for Your Holiday Itinerary

Posted on 12. Sep, 2017 by .

Wellington – or Welly to the locals – is wonderfully cosmopolitan without buying into the big-city vibe and too busy service. Friendly, warm and delicious, the foodie and wine scene here is brimming with potential taste sensations and small business surprises, keeping its promise to wow and delight from the moment you arrive at the […]

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