White Island Whakaari: for live volcanic activity at sea

Just in case you felt things were getting a bit, you know, sedate here, the great Kiwi Travelling Experience throws...

Waitomo Glowworm Caves: a cave aglow with lights

These little guys are crazy.

Kāpiti Island Nature Reserve: an accessible island sanctuary

‘We’ll pitch our tent/on Kāpiti Rock,’ sang one of this country’s finest singing sons, mariner and musician Andrew Fagan.

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.

Akaroa: French heritage charm and the finest of foods

Charming: an overused word, perhaps, but the best possible description of the tiny township of Akaroa.

Cruise Lake Wakatipu on the TSS Earnslaw

This, the last remaining coal-fired steamship in the southern hemisphere, was launched the same year as the Titanic.

Whale watching: close encounters on the water

It’s all about the shelving. Not that buckled bench in the caravan, but the Hikurangi Trench.

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