1. Kawarau Bridge – Bungee Jumping
Any country that promotes bungee jumping as one of its main traveling attractions cannot be missed by anyone looking for an adventure holiday. New Zealand sees more than a million visitors a year, who are mainly looking for thrilling rather... Read More
New Zealand’s center of commerce, Auckland, is a lively and culturally diverse area, the region being the largest Polynesian enclave in the whole world. The city is situated between Manukau and Waitemata harbor hence its nickname “The City of Sails.” Being enclosed by... Read More
New Zealand’s answer to South Africa’s dominance of big game safaris has been to go in the other direction. South Africa has Kruger Park and the unbeatable Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino), and now New Zealand has the Small Five – the smallest and... Read More
Set on a magnificent harbor surrounded by hills, Wellington is New Zealand’s capital and cultural centre.
Wellington stands at the southern end of the North Island, around the deep water harbor of Port Nicholson and the shores of the Cook Strait. It is a compact city,... Read More
The Coromandel is a 100 kilometre (62 mile) long peninsula on the eastern coast of New Zealand’s North Island that juts northwards from the Bay of Plenty to the Hauraki Gulf. Its centre is a forested, mountainous region, flanked to the east and west by a series of harbours,... Read More