Tāne Mahuta: lord of the forest

Really? All this fuss about a kauri tree?

Chateau Tongariro: style and grandeur at the foot of Ruapehu

You can sense it, really, the pressing of history, as you enjoy a hot beverage by the roaring open fire.

Driving Creek Railway: a unique railway experience

Trains are fun, right, a major thrill for young and old.

Karangahake Gorge: walk or ride a stunning trail

Not to be confused with Auckland’s famous Karangahape Road, a slip of the ‘k’ and the ‘p’ the difference between...

Te Henga Walkway: a wild and wonderful west coast walk

You ask an ex-pat Aucklander what they most miss about their beloved city and you can guarantee that in their...

Pōhutu Geyser: the largest geyser in the southern hemisphere

Depending on who you believe, ‘Pōhutu’ means ‘big splash’, ‘explosion’ or the more gentle ‘constant splashing’.

Wai-O-Tapu: thermal wonderland

Described as a ‘thermal wonderland’, Wai-o-Tapu, meaning ‘sacred waters’, is a globally renowned attraction that sits – well, bubbles and...

Spas and relaxation: natural hot springs in Rotorua

A geothermal body wrap? Right this way, ma’am.

Pacific Coast Highway: the long way round

‘What’s 300 kilometres?’ is the classic understatement uttered by many a novice as they make their way out of Ōpōtiki...

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