We like to think that our home country is a great place to be in this topsy-turvy world. Here are some reasons why you should visit New Zealand.
Do you only have a week in New Zealand? That isn’t enough time go everywhere, but this itinerary will give you a taster of some of the best NZ has to offer.
Travelling in New Zealand can get pretty expensive. This post gives some top tips on how to save money on transport, accommodation, food, and activities!
Winter is here! Check out this guide to skiing in New Zealand, including both the North and South Islands and recommendations for the best ski fields.
Wellington is full of great food and craft beer. This guide suggests the best places to eat and drink on a budget in the world’s ‘coolest little capital’.
Food and travel are inseparable for us. So on our visit to the Hawkes Bay, we visited some mouthwatering eateries and delectable wineries!
What makes for a fun-filled Easter weekend? Food, wine, New Zealand scenery, and a big ass campervan named Broomhilda!
Queenstown is the adventure capital of New Zealand! There’s so much to do including bungy jumping, wine tasting, and amazing landscapes. You’ll love it!
Mountains, glaciers, wine, beaches, and crazy dinosaur eggs – what more could you want on a South Island road trip?
We love escaping Auckland as often as possible, and one of the closest and best places to go for a weekend is Waiheke Island. Wine and beaches – bliss!
It’s incredibly difficult to access, but oh so worth it. One of the most beautiful waterfalls we’ve seen in New Zealand – and that’s saying something.
The waters surrounding the Poor Knights Islands in northern New Zealand contain some of the world’s best dive sites. We checked them out with Dive! Tutukaka!
Want to get up close and personal with New Zealand’s highest mountain? Take a scenic flight at Aoraki/Mt Cook – it’ll leave you in awe.
For a small country, New Zealand has a heck of a lot of stunning places people don’t know about. Lake Tennyson in Canterbury is one of those places!
The Whangamumu Track in northern New Zealand is a short walk to a pretty harbour and old whaling station. Nature and history, what could be better!
Want a seafoody day out in Auckland? If you’re around the city at the end of January, check out the Auckland Seafood Festival!