Bridal Veil Falls in New Zealand’s Waikato region is a must-see for nature lovers. It’s a stunning waterfall and a worthwhile stop on a road trip!
Eat the best food in Queenstown and Arrowtown with this guide. Featuring everything from food truck tacos to winery lunches, you’ll find something you like!
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.
The Tongariro Alpine Crossing, in New Zealand’s central North Island, is a spectacular day hike that takes in volcanic scenery over 19.4 km. A must do!
The Waitawheta Tramway is an easy hike in New Zealand’s Kaimai Ranges. The kauri logging history and beautiful river scenery makes for a delightful walk!
The Auckland Lantern Festival is a wonderful event celebrating Chinese New Year. Glowing lantern scenes are beautiful and the street food is to die for!
Mercer Bay Loop Track is a short walk in the Waitakere Ranges near Auckland. It’s well worth checking out for the amazing coastal views!
The Pinnacles Track on New Zealand’s Coromandel Peninsula is filled with lots of steps but the views at the top are absolutely worth it!
The Cape Brett Track in northern New Zealand is a challenging two day hike with stunning coastal views. We did it in torrential rain and gale force winds!
Summer is the best time to get out – the weather is warm and holidays abound. Here’s our pick for the top 8 things to do in New Zealand this summer.
Are you a #birdnerd? You’ll love the Muriwai Gannet Colony close to Auckland – these beautiful birds swoop in and nest on cliffs. Get up close and personal!
Rotorua may smell like rotten eggs (due to geothermal activity) but there are so many fun things to do, including hiking, biking, volcanoes, and relaxation!
Expedia asked us to share our thoughts on the best time to visit New Zealand. Truth be told, it wasn’t easy to decide! See if you agree with what we said…
Volcanoes have a foreboding presence – when will they come to life again? The landscapes on Mt Tarawera near Rotorua were nothing short of stunning.
The Tarawera Trail, near Rotorua in New Zealand’s North Island, is a 15km hike with stunning views and even a hot spring! A fantastic hike for a sunny day.
After skiing at all four ski fields near Queenstown and Wanaka in NZ’s South Island, we’ve given each of them a rating – see which one we think is best!