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Leave Australia Behind: Your Guide to Taking a Short Break in New Zealand

Posted on 08. Aug, 2017 by .

The land down under is expansive, beautiful, diverse and… well, home. Home doesn’t compare to a short overseas jaunt, preferably somewhere spectacular, away from familiar streets and accents. Sometimes you need to get away, throw up your hands and live a little elsewhere, even if it’s for two to five days. But how easy is […]

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The Best Ways to Explore New Zealand’s Milford Sound

Posted on 26. Jul, 2017 by .

You’ve probably heard of Milford Sound or seen a few snaps in passing – it’s nothing short of magnificent, or so you’ve heard, as friends and family emphasise the rising joy of seeing the vast rock walls and tumbling waterfalls for the first time. Hanging onto the South Island’s west coast, there’s no right way […]

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New Zealand Wine Tours

Posted on 12. Jul, 2017 by .

What’s your idea of paradise? Good friends, good times, venerable views and untouched beauty from horizon to horizon? Great food, better wines and everything at your fingertips? New Zealand wine country is considered the tour de force of viticulture in the Southern Hemisphere and you’ll soon see why. Although words aren’t enough to experience the […]

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Planning a Holiday in New Zealand

Posted on 12. Jul, 2017 by .

When planning a holiday to a foreign country, it’s difficult to know what to expect if you’ve never been. So here are some handy tips to help you get started, ensuring you’re not left in the lurch at the last minute. Passport First things first, and this is the most important. You NEED a valid […]

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What can Lord of the rings fans do in New Zealand?

Posted on 26. Jun, 2017 by .

Hobbits, Goblins, Elves… oh my! If you know Saruman from Sauron, and Galadriel from Glorfindel, your holiday destiny is clear. The heart of Middle Earth awaits, or as we non-mythical folk call it, New Zealand. Ancient, striking and beautiful around every bend, we’re not awestruck Peter Jackson chose Aotearoa as ground zero for his cinematic […]

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What can children do in Queenstown?

Posted on 26. Jun, 2017 by .

Travel with children in tow can feel like herding cats on the best days. They need to be entertained, challenged, stimulated and managed – there’s no lasting break for Mum and Dad, just the soothing sounds of little laughs and the occasional silence or two. Between packing their bags and sourcing the right snacks, parents […]

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How long does it actually take to drive New Zealand?

Posted on 22. Jun, 2017 by .

Driving holidays in New Zealand belong on every bucket list. Before you’re tempted to put in for annual leave and tell the kids, take a moment to understand the specifics and pleasures of this modern road-trip capital. The Land of the Long White Cloud is smaller than Australia, larger than England and minute compared to […]

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Deals For June

Posted on 20. Jun, 2017 by .

Everybody loves cheap holidays and these deals are cheap as chips!!!! Save hundreds by booking in June! Deals this hot will be selling out fast so be sure to get in first to secure your spot. Here’s a quick rundown on a few. 8 Day Northern Discovery Board a premium coach for an eight day tour […]

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South Island Driving Holidays

South Island Driving Holidays

Posted on 08. Jun, 2017 by .

With 151,215 square kilometres to explore, there is almost limitless choice available for your New Zealand South Island driving holiday with Relaxing Journeys. You can choose from boutique Eco self-drives, food and wine driving tours, walking and hiking themes, you can even choose a themed option such as a Middle Earth inspired driving holiday. Relaxing […]

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New Zealand Food Experiences

New Zealand Food Experiences

Posted on 06. Jun, 2017 by .

New Zealand is an underrated paradise of food, festivals and flavours. We don’t use the word paradise lightly, as gastronomic connoisseurs land on the shores of the Long White Cloud, expectations set and stomachs rumbling – their reviews rarely fall below five stars for taste, service and atmosphere. Service and smiles abound, as the Maori […]

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