Te Ara Ahi: geothermal by bike

In Rotorua, you can have the unique experience of cycling through active geothermal fields.


Cycling Whakarewarewa Forest, Rotorua. © Vaughan Brookfield

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Get hands-on with molten glass in Whanganui

In Whanganui, you’ll find the only open-access glass studio in New Zealand.

Experience historic tunnels and towers in Whanganui

Tunnels and towers are fascinating. Whanganui has both, and even better, they are joined together by a historic elevator.

Walk above the treetops in Hokitika

Climb the Hokitika Tower – one of the tallest human-made structures on the South Island’s West Coast.

Head into the wilderness of Haast on a jet-boat safari

Take a cruise up the Waiatoto River in Haast to discover some of the region’s most remote and pristine landscapes.

Relax in the soothing natural pools at Maruia Hot Springs

Nestled in a tranquil valley in the Lewis Pass National Reserve, the river-rock-lined mineral pools at Maruia Hot Springs are...

Walk to Cape Foulwind

Cape Foulwind does not live up to its name.

Cruise the Whanganui River on a heritage vessel

Take a leisurely trip up the Whanganui River on one of two historic boat cruises.

Eat and drink your way around Wellington City

Wellington City is well-known as a gastronome’s nirvana.

Find Wellington’s largest fur seal colony at Turakirae Head

Wellington’s Turakirae Head at the southern end of the Remutaka Range is a unique habitat for native birds, reptiles and...


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