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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New Zealand Ski Resorts Comparison
May15

New Zealand Ski Resorts Comparison

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The table below provides you with a comparison of all the ski resorts in New Zealand. Using the information provided you can compare New Zealand ski resorts based on key attributes such as ski resort Terrain, Number of Lifts, Prices and facilities provided. You can click on a New Zealand ski resort in the table to find out more about the ski resort. Ski Resort Terrain Number of Lifts Prices Facilities North Island – Manganui Ski...

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Cardrona Alpine Resort

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Ski Resort Cardrona Alpine Resort is situated between Wanaka and Queenstown in the South Island of New Zealand. It offers a comfortable and friendly ski and snowboard resort with plenty of wide open spaces, avoiding congestion. The resort is suitable for all abilities and ages including families, freeriders, teenagers, kids and senior citizens. There is a designated area for beginners, wide open groomed slopes for intermediates,...

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The Remarkables Ski Area

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Ski Resort Situated on New Zealand’s South Island, the Remarkables Alpine Park is one of Queenstown’s impressive ski fields, a 45-minute drive from Queenstown. It is regarded as the best place to learn to ski for adults and children. Driving up to the Remarkables some may find the road a little daunting, however the good thing about it are the amazing views wherever you look. It has 3 terrain parks with enough hits and...

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Coronet Peak Ski Area

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Ski Resort Coronet Peak is New Zealand’s premier and most popular ski resort. It is a 25 minute drive from Queenstown along sealed roads. Seasons run approx mid June to early October, opening from 9am – 4pm. Coronet Peak is suited to all levels offering beginner to advanced slopes. Coronet Peak has 280 hectares of terrain accessible via a six seater express chair, an express quad, a double chair and T-bar. There is a designated...

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Ace Rental Review

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Ace Rentals Premium Tourist class cars are late model Toyota Camrys or similar. They can seat up to 5 people plus luggage and come with Radio/Stereo and air-conditioning. As part of any standard Ace Rental car booking you will receive insurance, unlimited kilometres, GST and 24 hour roadside assistance. The excess on the insurance is $1000 for accidents involving other vehicles and $2500 for single vehicle incidents. You can view...

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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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Top city to visit in New Zealand

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Here is a list of the most popular cities in New Zealand from Auckland, New Zealand’s biggest City to Whangarei, the northernmost city in New Zealand. We have provided information about the city each with its own video clip to help you understand the destination better and help you plan your next trip in New Zealand. Auckland Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city and also the economic central; it’s referred to as the City of Sails...

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New Zealand Ski Report

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New Zealand snow reports and local ski conditions can be viewed by visiting http://www.snowreports.co.nz. Information is updated daily throughout the ski season. Popular New Zealand’s skiing areas are Mt Ruapehu – New Zealand’s largest skiing area, Queenstown which is famous for its two ski resorts, the Coronet Peak and the Remarkables and Wanaka regions – New Zealand’s favourite destination for Skiing and...

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Arrowtown

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Arrowtown is the eye-catching southern lakes district of New Zealand. It is world famous for its stunning scenery, historic settlements and outdoor venture. Nestled on the banks of the arrow river in the central Otago area, a 20 minute drive from Queenstown, Arrowtown is the most picturesque and best preserved gold-mining town in the region. Born out of the gold rush days of the 1860s Arrowtown remains a historic town that lives on...

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Glenorchy

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Glenorchy is a small peaceful city at the top of Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand’s south Island, a 40 minutes drive from Queenstown. As you drive along the Glenorchy Road you pass amazing scenery such as the Remarkables that you’ll find yourself stopping often to take photos. Behind the town are some extraordinary snow-capped mountains called Mount Chaos and Mount Head which rise steeply above the Rees and Dart river valleys....

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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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Top 10 Holiday Parks in New Zealand

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In New Zealand you will find several RV/caravan parks in popular destinations throughout New Zealand such as Auckland, Queenstown, Christchurch and Wellington. TOP 10 is the primary New Zealand holiday parks and campsites company. They have in total 50 Holiday Parks in New Zealand, each offering a variety of inexpensive, self-catered accommodation and camping amenities, from holiday park motels and cabins to RV and caravan parks and...

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Ski Queenstown New Zealand

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Queenstown is located 487 kms south of Christchurch (approx 7 hours drive) or 55 minute domestic flight from Christchurch. There are two ski resorts in Queenstown, the Coronet Peak and the Remarkables. Why ski in Queenstown? amazing scenery Variety of activities for when your not skiing on those days off family attractions Great night life Excellent range of accomodation The Coronet Peak Seasons run approx mid June to early October,...

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