The Complete Travel Guide to Invercargill, New Zealand Down at the bottom of the South Island lies a city that many travellers fail to get to. While a little off the beaten track, Invercargill is well
A Travel Guide to Akaroa and the Banks Peninsula Just a 90-minute drive from Christchurch, over the volcanic hills of the Banks Peninsula, you’ll emerge at the oldest town in the Canterbury regi
A Travel Guide to Franz Josef Glacier A compact offering of almost all of New Zealand’s most extreme sceneries, Franz Josef is a small town with some of the biggest landscapes. The icon along th
The Complete Travel Guide to Kaikoura, New Zealand Nestled between the Seaward Kaikoura Mountain Ranges and a deep underwater canyon in the Pacific Ocean, Kaikoura harbours some of the best wildlife e
A Travel Guide to Aoraki Mt Cook After a mind-blowing road journey alongside the impossibly blue waters of Lake Pukaki and the braided Tasman River, you’ve arrived at the “peak” of N
A Travel Guide to Milford Sound After a 120km (75-mile) journey along the valleys, tunnels and winding mountain roads or soaring the skies over glaciers and endless rainforest, you’ll arrive at
The Complete Travel Guide to Wanaka, New Zealand With its snow-capped mountains, vast lakes and rolling farmlands, Wanaka is a dream destination for many. It’s the ultimate alpine playground wit
A Travel Guide to Christchurch Many travellers agree that Christchurch is one of the most unique cities. The largest city in the South Island has a captivating story from its Maori heritage, English i
A Travel Guide to Hanmer Springs In its own little basin of thermal pools and surrounding alpine scenery, Hanmer Springs is like a holiday within your holiday to New Zealand. Just 90 minutes from Chri
A Travel Guide to Nelson Tucked away in Tasman Bay at the top of the South Island, Nelson doesn’t sound like much but it’s sure close to much. New Zealand’s sunniest city is surround
The Complete Travel Guide to Queenstown, New Zealand If there’s any destination that you’ve heard of in New Zealand, it’s most likely Queenstown. It’s one of the main tourist c
A Travel Guide to Picton Picton might be known as a base for the ferries that link the North Island and South Island, but this picturesque seaside town is much more. Lining a harbour on the edge of Qu
A Travel Guide to Dunedin, New Zealand A South Island city with a lot of historical charm and wildlife attractions, Dunedin is definitely worth adding to your New Zealand itinerary. While a little out
A Travel Guide to Greymouth Greymouth, or Mawhera which means “wide-spread river mouth” in Maori, is nestled in the corner of the Grey River’s mouth, the Tasman Sea and an interior o
Awesome Attractions in The Catlins Did someone say waterfall? The Catlins Coast, nestled in the southeastern corner of the South Island, is where backpackers can get their New Zealand wildlife fix in