New Zealand summer is all about enjoying the water: swimming in the surf, snorkelling in the shallows, fishing, diving, sailing, kayaking, camping beside a river or lake. We celebrate the simple pleasure of being with water...
Camping on a remote New Zealand beach takes on a whole new meaning when getting to that beach requires a boat.
Time spent in a maritime museum reveals how challenging and tough the ocean can be.
Setting sail and travelling the world in a yacht for five years isn’t an easy feat. Monica Tischler spoke to a Kiwi family who made it their mission .
Liz Light takes a family excursion to a lake with an island with a lake. It’s a big mission involving long walks, row boats, special access and picnic baskets, but it’s a memorable day.
He’s a world champion at holding his breath. William Trubridge talks to Monica Tischler about the joys and challenges of freediving.
Martin Moore learns why this New Zealand marine reserve is considered one of the world’s best dive spots.
Jumping into pool of natural water on a hot day is one of summer’s simple joys.
Jumping on board a cruise for an overnight excursion on the Hauraki Gulf is an easy and fun mission for Aucklanders who will also appreciate a different view of their city.
A totally refurbished paddle steamer on the Whanganui River takes guests on a romantic journey rich in history and culture.
Waterfalls are a mesmerising force of nature. We’re lucky to have some true beauties nestled among boulders, snow-capped peaks and luscious bush easily accessible by foot.