New Zealand is lucky enough to boast an impressive 15,000 kilometers of coastline. That makes it the 9th longest coastline in the world! This means there is no shortage of coastal towns just waiting to be explored.
New Zealand’s small coastal towns are some of the most inviting, laid-back and surprising places in the world. Every little town boasts its own special little something that the locals are proud of.
I could create an endless list of towns that you need to visit in New Zealand, however,...Read More
There are so many reasons why you need to visit New Plymouth! It has been voted one of the most livable cities in the world. Whether you’re looking for adventure, relaxation or a bit of culture New Plymouth should certainly be your next stop. In fact, in addition to being rated one of the most livable cities, it also earned Lonely Planet’s number 2 spot for best up-and-coming holiday destination.
Here are 6 reasons you need to visit New Plymouth:
Surf Highway 45
Sea New Zealand Coast Volcanic...Read More
There are more cows (10 million) and sheep (29 million) than there are people (4.7 million) in New Zealand, but the resource that’s hauling in major income for the island country in recent years aren’t farm animals, but hobbits. Although having zero population in real life, hobbits, along with the larger world of Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings (LotR), have brought hordes of travellers to New Zealand, where the entirety of The LotR and The Hobbit trilogies were filmed.
In 2016, 3.5 million people visited...Read More
Summer’s here, giving us a perfect chance to explore the picturesque natural scenery of Northland. From the Bay of Islands on the eastern shores, to the Ninety Mile Beach to the west and the lush vineyards and world-renowned wineries to the north, New Zealand’s Northland will have kiwis pouring in from all around the country to experience the summer adventure of a lifetime.
And you want to be in the thick of it. Before we dive in, you’ll need three ingredients to make this adventure a success: passion,...Read More
The winter is over, and so with the warmer weather come all of the exciting festivities that will grace every part of New Zealand this spring. Every spring, NZ is host to hundreds of festivals, local gatherings, art installations, foodie events and many, more that will offer you loads of fun and enjoyment. Here’s our pick of the most exciting attractions during this festive season.
Nelson Arts Festival, 11 – 27 October, 2017
Starting at the northern part of the South Island, the Nelson Arts Festival...Read More
Fishing – an ancient skill that has long since become one of the most popular pastimes around the world. There is nothing quite like opening a cold one and imbuing yourself with the natural wonders while you patiently wait for the catch of the day, and in my case, taking photos of the magnificent scenery.
New Zealand is a vast country, with numerous popular as well as secluded fishing spots to appeal to your senses, and today I’m going to share with you the fishing regions I found to be the worthiest...Read More