Queen Charlotte Track: camp, bike, walk... if you can tear your eyes away from the views

This is becoming a hugely popular walkway, so you’ll need to watch for and be nice to the other folk.

Kayaking the Abel Tasman: sheltered coves, crystal streams and exquisite beaches

The sand is a colour you simply have never seen before. The water is so blue it doesn’t actually look real.

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Camping in Golden Bay: a pristine paradise

It’s a different world, Golden Bay.

Moeraki Boulders: clamber over them for the ultimate selfie

So while they are known as the Moeraki Boulders, they are actually strewn along Koekohe Beach, for the record.

Stewart Island Rakiura: a world away

New Zealand’s third largest island, Stewart Island is a unique, curious place that is well worth a visit.

Hokianga Harbour: the most laid-back harbour hub imaginable

You come from the south along State Highway 12, you crest the hill and bam!

Bay of Islands: history, scenery and marine life

‘Ka pai’ is Māori for damn good/mighty fine/pretty cool.

Te Paki sand dunes: seriously steep, seriously fun

As if the breathtaking glory of Ninety Mile Beach wasn’t enough, right at the northern end, near the Te Paki...

Cape Rēinga: where two oceans meet

It’s like a lightning rod for all that is exciting about this wild country.

Farewell Spit: the longest natural sandbar in the world

When you first spot the spit on a map you just know you have to go there.

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