The Waitomo region is located midway between Auckland and Rotorua and one of the top attractions here is the Waitamo Glowworm Caves. The Waitomo caves are one of New Zealand tourist icons and are an amazing display of glow worm caves and River Rafting.. They were discovered in 1887 by a local Maori chief Tane … Read moreWaitomo Glowworm Caves
Kelly Tarlton’s underwater world provides an amazing insight into underwater life and its visit the anctarctic life and see the penguins on the way.
Holiday parks and camping grounds are recreational parks that provide camping facility and amenities to all the people interested in camping at their parks. There has been a major development in the last decade in the range of accommodations available at these place. Many parks now offer a wide range of cabins, motel units, villas, … Read moreCampgrounds and Holiday Parks
Travelling to New Zealand is a always a good experience with its green lands, blue seas, snow capped mountains, pristine lakes and singing birds. Not all people travelling to New Zealand can affort travelling with the best airlines, staying in top resorts or hiring expensive rental cars. Many people come to New Zealand with a … Read moreBackpackers Accommodation guide
Motels Motels Also known as motor lodges and motor inns are the most popular forms of accommodation in New Zealand and provides clean and comfortable self-contained lodgings. These suit both independent and group travellers to New Zealand. Prices are mid range but depend on the overall facilities offered and the unit type. Smallest in size … Read moreMotels & Motor Lodges
A bed and breakfast, often referred to as a B&B, with usually 2-4 guest rooms, is an overnight accommodation in a private home with the owners where guests usually have a separate lounge which may or may not be equipped with private baths. The breakfast, sometimes Continental (coffee, juice, cereal, bread)? and sometimes the full … Read moreBed & Breakfast
New Zealand Essentials Full country name:Aotearoa/New Zealand Capital City: Wellington Area: 268,680 sq km Population: 4 million Largest City: Auckland (1.1million) New Zealand People People: 75% New Zealand European (Pakeha), 10% Maori, 5% other European, 4.5% Polynesian, 5% Asian, 0.5% other Religion: Predominantly Christian (75%) Language: English, Maori New Zealand Politics Government: Independent member of … Read moreNew Zealand Facts