Travel Styles

The Mountains are Waiting… With the highest mountain, longest glacier and the darkest skies, Aoraki Mt Cook National Park is a must-visit both day and night! The national park is in the centre o
Backpacking in Dunedin A vibrant university city, Dunedin is the second-largest city in the South Island. Unlike other New Zealand cities, Dunedin is scattered in gothic architecture reflecting the we
Wine Sipping and Windsurfing in Waiheke Drink wine, explore, lazy on the beach, kayak, zipline through trees, drink more wine… Waiheke Island is a paradise for Aucklanders and backpackers alike.
A Guide to the “Adventure Capital of New Zealand” Situated on the side of Lake Wakatipu with a backdrop of magnificent mountains, Queenstown is one of those places that is so beautiful it
Things to Do and Sights to See in The Catlins Tucked away in the bottom corner of the South Island is a place of amazing rock formations and a mecca for marine wildlife. The Catlins is a coastal regio
A Picture-perfect Peninsula! If you’re not here for dolphins, then you’re here for the landscape formed by volcanoes, and if you’re not here for the stunning scenery then you’r
Things to Do in the Waikato for Backpackers Behind picturesque green scenery and soft hills, Waikato hides many jewels and a strong Maori culture mixed with welcoming locals. As well as the appeal of