Aotearoa is an amazing destination to visit at any time of year, but for a truly unique experience, you should definitely visit New Zealand in Autumn. You may have heard of New England in the Fall or even Autumn in New York, but New Zealand in Autumn is right up there with the best places […]
Category: Travel Tips
One of the most highly recommended things to do on your trip to New Zealand is to enjoy a Māori cultural experience. The Māori people and culture are truly unique to New Zealand so this is something you can only experience when visiting Aotearoa, the Māori name for NZ.
The Land of the Long White Cloud is a destination with plenty of opportunities to get your walking boots on. This is our guide to New Zealand’s top short bushwalks.
If you are planning your trip to New Zealand and are looking forward to some delicious seafood, we’ve created a bucket list for seafood lovers.
You’ll enjoy some free time in the City of Sails on your Kirra Tour of North Island, so here’s a guide to some of Auckland’s best restaurants.
Should I visit Milford Sound or Doubtful Sound? This is one of the big questions travellers ask when touring the Fiordland region in New Zealand. Both offer spectacular and awe-inspiring scenery that takes your breath away. Both are part of the World Heritage-listed Fiordland National Park. Both offer visitors a truly unique experience.
All aboard! As part of your epic tour of South Island, make tracks on these New Zealand rail experiences.
Pick up your passport, load your luggage and get ready for a Kiwi adventure, by land AND sea! Yes, we’ll say it, no cruise is complete without a little extra something – no traveller is ever satisfied with just one side of the geographical narrative, particularly when shore excursions only last for a few hours […]
Hiking in New Zealand is almost like an unofficial national sport. Here are our top 4 things you need to know about hiking in New Zealand.
It should come as no surprise New Zealand has a cute and cuddly side hidden in the undergrowth of its ancient forests, so let’s take a moment to meet Aotearoa’s wild residents. Join us as we count down our favourite wildlife residents.