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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in New Zealand Throughout the pages of any glossy New Zealand brochure or even on this website itself you will often see parts of New Zealand described as a “World He
Watching Penguins in New Zealand Penguins are some of the most exciting wildlife to observe in New Zealand. There are around six different species of penguins in New Zealand, with the most common bein
Interesting Native Birds to Look Out for in New Zealand New Zealand’s main wildlife population on land are birds. By evolving on islands away from land predators, native New Zealand birds are am
See Sea Lions, Penguins and Dolphins in The Catlins. The Catlins is a nature-lovers’ paradise. This spectacular stretch of coastline along the southeast of the South Island is home endangered ma
How to Travel More Sustainably in New Zealand: Tips for an Eco-Friendly Trip New Zealand is home to some of the most stunning natural landscapes in the world. If you’re not already environmental
How to Be Environmentally-Friendly When Travelling in New Zealand New Zealand is environment-conscious. As a nuclear-free country, New Zealand is aiming to use 100% renewable energy by 2050. The least
Tree-hugging in New Zealand You’ll hear the phrase “bushwalk” a lot in New Zealand. That’s because walking through the native forest is a favourite past time. You’ll see
Keep New Zealand’s Lakes and Rivers Clean when Travelling 3,820 lakes are scattered across New Zealand, many of which are simply mind-blowing. Understandably, locals, tourists and backpackers do
Simple Ways to Save the Sea Whether you like dipping into it or not, the ocean is an essential part of life on Earth. There are somewhere between 500,000 and 5,000,000 marine species living in the oce