Whakarewarewa Thermal area, Rotorua, New Zealand. Pohutu Geyser.
Please take time to read our varied selection of New Zealand travel blogs. They are designed to both inform and inspire you to visit this incredible country. When we say that there really is very little to prepare you for your first visit to New Zealand, we mean it! New Zealand, land of the ‘long white cloud’ will quite simply take your breath away.
The team here at What to do in Wellington have all travelled extensively around this beautiful country. More than a third of the countryside is protected as either a nature reserve or national park. From the voluptuous volcanic scenery of the North Island to the Alpine fiord regions of the South, it’s a sightseers delight. Drive just about anywhere and you’ll see what the fuss is about. Not only is the scenery stunning, but with only four million people, the roads are also wonderfully empty.
We are sure you will take home lasting memories. Which is why we have written and compiled such an extensive number of New Zealand travel blogs we think you will find of use whilst planning your holiday.
The Wairarapa is home to a number of secluded villages which are surrounded by unsurpassed beauty. Just one of these hidden gems, just an hour away from Wellington is Lake Ferry. Lake Ferry... Read more
DOC Campsites in New Zealand are useful when Travelling on a Budget. One of the things New Zealand is famous for is its freedom camping. Throughout most of both the North and South Islands,... Read more
I came to New Zealand originally for one thing and one thing only – to experience incredible opportunities and swimming with dolphins was certainly one of them! This had been the drea... Read more
As a frequent surfer at Whakatane in the North Island’s Bay of Plenty, I was used to seeing almost constant clouds of smoke and steam billowing up from New Zealand’s only active... Read more
As a surf addict, one of the main draws of surfing in New Zealand for me is surfing their incredible waves. Almost everywhere, around both North and South Island coasts, there is a wave of s... Read more
In my thirty years of global meanderings it would appear I have been one of the lucky ones. Sure, I have been robbed and ripped off but overall I have been treated with kindness and generosi... Read more
The Taupo township end of Lake Taupo is unmistakeably a gathering point for tourists especially for those interested in kayaking Lake Taupo. This doesn’t necessarily make it touristy i... Read more
My partner Chris and I always knew we would do a skydive while we were in New Zealand because it was so affordable but the question was – where? We did plenty of research and settled on Skyd... Read more
Once-upon-an-ideal-time wild camping (sometimes called freedom camping and which means camping outside of a designated camp ground) was widely practised by both Kiwis and visitors and totall... Read more
Although New Zealand isn’t especially well-known globally as a ski and snowboard destination it nonetheless has plenty to offer, including world class ski areas for every level of expe... Read more
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