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.
Now, I’m not Richard Branson and so the chances of me owning my own Huka Retreats style luxury private paradise island are pretty remote. However, I find that whole ‘modern-day Robinson Crus... Read more
New Zealand camping like never before! Road-tripping around New Zealand in a camper-van is practically a guaranteed route to fun and adventure and consequently there are plenty of people out... Read more
There are plenty of Auckland day trips to be had offering to whisk you around the sights of New Zealand’s largest city delivering experiences which range from the decidedly mediocre to... Read more
With 15 years of travel industry experience you would expect Angela Scott of Cloud 12 to be able to deliver a decent choice of New Zealand luxury accommodation…and that is exactly what... Read more
Despite the fact that countless film crews have descended on the dreamy little settlement of Glenorchy – most recently those involved in the production of the new BBC 2 series Top of the Lak... Read more
The massive earthquake of 1931 killed hundreds in Napier and the Hawke’s Bay region, but out of the destruction was born an architectural heritage that attracts devotees from around th... Read more
In the middle of the North Island of New Zealand, you will reach Lake Taupo. With a perimeter of over one hundred and ninety kms, it is famous for its hot pools and excellent trout fishing.... Read more
Although there are several places around New Zealand to go whale watching – Kaikoura is indisputably the centre for such activities. The coastal shelf around here, which plunges dramatically... Read more
Without doubt, one of the main family attractions in Auckland is the famous Kelly Tarlton’s Seal Life Aquarium. On a recent visit to Auckland, I took my kids to enjoy this great attrac... Read more
I have to say now that had I realised quite what I was signing up for when I booked a tour with ‘Wildwest Adventures – Dragons Cave Rafting‘ near Greymouth on the South Island... Read more
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