Fiordland National Park
Nov26

Fiordland National Park

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New Zealand is famous for its national parks and there are heaps to explore. When you travel to Fiordland National Park, you will be visiting one of the most remarkable and beautiful parts of New Zealand and one of the few places in the world where there are Fiords. This place truly is magical. Fiordland National Park is nominated World Heritage area on the south west corner of the South Island of New Zealand and it is New Zealand’s...

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Top 7 Camping spots in New Zealand
Mar18

Top 7 Camping spots in New Zealand

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Have you started planning your next family trip? If you are into outdoor adventure, try going camping. For those that have never tried camping, maybe after reading this post you will want to give it a go and experience something different. Camping is an affordable holiday accommodation option and most sites have beautiful landscaped surroundings often with a bush outlook or beside a beach or lake. If you’re setting up camp, you...

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Alps 2 Ocean cycle trail Christchurch – Canterbury
Mar03

Alps 2 Ocean cycle trail Christchurch – Canterbury

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The Alps 2 Ocean’ cycle trail runs from the base of Mount Cook all the way to the east coast at Oamaru. The trail is over 300km long and takes around 5 to 7 days to ride the full trail. Passing  through the stunning Southern Alps the trail includes a mix of off-road and on-road riding through amazing landscapes. This challenge can be divided in parts or as a nonstop ride over five to seven days. The trail includes a mix of...

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Top 10 must see places
Feb19

Top 10 must see places

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If you’re planning a trip to New Zealand then we recommend these top 10 places you must visit. All these attractions include fantastic scenery, pristine atmosphere, extraordinary landscapes and fine climate. 10 Kaikoura Kaikoura is situated in the middle between Christchurch and Picton on the East Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. This place is widely known as the whale watching capital of New Zealand. Kaikoura overlooks majestic...

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Top 10 things to do in NZ
Jan16

Top 10 things to do in NZ

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If you’re planning a trip to New Zealand then we recommend these top 10 things to do in New Zealand. All these things include heaps of fun, action and entertainment. Auckland Zoo Auckland Zoo is rated Auckland’s No1 things to do. There are so many things you can do here including coming along to one of Auckland Zoo’s events which are scheduled throughout the year with more over the kid’s school holidays. read more Auckland Zoological...

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New Zealand Tourist Attractions

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New Zealand offers a host of attractions, from sophisticated museums, galleries and sightseeing attractions, to urban adventures, harbour cruises, scenic offshore islands and wineries. There are plenty of family attractions to keep you busy. Join a guided tour of the Waitomo Glowworm Caves, watch the sharks being fed at Kelly Tarltons, get up close to the animals at Auckland Zoo, enjoy the latest amusement rides at Rainbows end or...

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Bungee Jumping

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New Zealand is home to Bungee Jumping and is the world’s number one destination for this sport. Bungee jumping began in New Zealand in 1988 as a money making sport. The idea was inspired by A J Hackett impressive jump from the Eiffel Tower in 1986. Some of the best destinations in New Zealand to do the Bungee are the following: The Kawarau suspension bridge New Zealand’s most famous bungee jumping destination. The bridge is about 25...

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New Zealand’s Surfing Pardise

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New Zealand is probably one of the last countries people look to as a surfing paradise but infact it’s has some of the best surfing destinations in New Zealand. With miles of scenic coast always pounded by waves from all angles, and with both coasts being so close together, it means there are an abundance of quality waves every day so you never have any downtime. Not only this, but New Zealand offers many Surf Tours, Surf...

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Top 10 beaches in New Zealand

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There are an abundance of exotic beaches in New Zealand from sandy to rock-strewn. New Zealand has an extraordinarily extended coastline in comparison to the size of New Zealand itself. The reason is due to the coastline being uneven and concave with numerous bays, harbours and stream. Both the North and South islands have beaches more suitable for swimming. These tend to be on the eastcoast and the further north you travel. The...

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The Buzz Junior’s Jungle Rock Party

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Date: Sunday, 31 December 2006 Time: 6pm Venue: Auckland Zoo – Western Springs, Auckland City, Auckland New Zealand?s Auckland Zoo New Year’s Eve Jungle Rock Party was opened to the public for the first time in 2004. It was intended for families with kids up 14 years of age where sometimes finding something to do on New Years Eve for the whole family is difficult to do. The occasion was a huge success and in 2005 the Buzz...

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Mount Cook

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Mount Cook is the highest Mountain in New Zealand and a popular tourist destination. Mt Cook National Park located in the Canterbury region is another National Park that you must see. Mt Cook and its neighboring area is an alpine park that is part of the South Westland World Heritage area. It has the world?s longest ski run, down the Tasman Glacier and Hooker Glacier. The park does not have a lot of trees or plants and is best...

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Westland National Park

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Westland National Park located in the South of New Zealand West Coast, famous for its diverse landscape, glaciers, Franz Joseph Glacier and Fox Glacier, it spectacular scenery and pristine nature. These glaciers are only one of its kind because they are next to the coastline of any glacier in the world outside of the polar regions, which means that they are not only open but the weather is much warmer compared to other glacial sites...

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Tongariro National Park

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The Tongariro National Park, located in the Taupo region, is a World Heritage Park and one of the oldest National Parks in the world. The park contains three superb volcanoes – Mt Ruapehu, Mt Tongariro and Mt Ngauruhoe. The area gets regular snowfalls in the winter as it is positioned at high height above sea level. Mt Ruapehu is the largest volcano and home to most of the ski-fields in the North Island. The downside is that...

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Kaikoura

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Another must see destination is Kaikoura situated in the middle between Christchurch and Picton on the East Coast of New Zealand’s South Island, Kaikoura overlooks majestic mountains which are snow capped for many months of the year. Kaikoura offers ultimate marine adventure such as Whale watching, dolphin and seal swimming. Kaikoura is one of the few places in the world where whales can be seen all year round. The waters off...

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Auckland’s Famous Sky Tower

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The Sky Tower is Auckland famous Landmark and was opened in August 1997. It stands at 328metres (1,076-ft) and is the tallest building in the Southern hemisphere. The sky tower is part of sky city and is visited by nearly one million people every year. It has four observation levels, which offers 50-mile (82km) breathtaking views of Auckland City, Harbour bridge and Auckland?s surroundings. sky tower at night The four observation...

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Snowplanet – 365 day a year Auckland snow resort

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Ever felt like going skiing on hot summers day? Well you can! Snowplanet is New Zealand’s first and unique 365 days a year indoor snow dome located in Auckland at Silverdale, a 20 minute drive north from downtown Auckland. Visitors and residents of Auckland enjoy the excitement of the different variety of snowsports and the tranquil surroundings of an indoor snow resort regardless of what the Auckland weather is like. snowplanet...

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New Zealands top theme park – Rainbows End

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Rainbows End is New Zealand’s Largest and Friendliest Theme Parks and it was opened in 1982. It is located in Manukau, South of Auckland and is also Manukau’s top attractions. The park has won a number of awards over the years and is currently a Qualmark Accredited visitor attraction. At Rainbows End there is a selection of world class rides, attractions, entertainment and shows to choose from. Rides include the Fear Fall,...

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Auckland Zoo

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Auckland Zoo is rated Auckland’s No1 things to do. There are so many things you can do here including coming along to one of Auckland Zoo’s events which are scheduled throughout the year with more over the kids school holidays. For example one of the events that has been organised this year from 21st to 23rd October (Labour Weekend) is the “Tiger Welcome Weekend” where the Zoo will welcome their new Sumatran...

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The Helicopter Line Queenstown

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View some amazing views from the copter, it will be a truly great experience.

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Whale Watch Kaikoura

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Get up and close with the mammals the sperm whale at kaikoura.

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