Bike Trails

Published by - Feb 15, 2016
New Zealand is a magical and fantastic land where it serves as a home to the many land and water formations you thought you’d only see in the movies. Almost every sceneries you see are enigmatic, not to mention the friendly and laid back kiwis, a thriving unique culture and hard to spell names. These are not simply hyperboles of what New... Read More

White Water Rafting

Published by - Feb 10, 2016
Rafting is one of NZ’s most sought after adrenaline-pumped activities. The journey starts out in complete peace, the raft gliding through the wilderness and then the cruise segues into a wild, wet adventure down raging rapids. New Zealand’s mountains are a haven for rivers with strong currents that cuts through forests and flows straight... Read More

The (New) New Zealand Flag

Published by - Feb 6, 2016
The New Zealand national flag features a defaced, Blue Ensign with the Union Jack plus 4 red stars which represents the Southern Cross. Back in the day, following the Treaty of Waitangi signing, the flag bore a St George’s Cross with the addition of another cross and 4 stars. British ensigns were employed right after the establishment of... Read More

New Zealand is bountiful not only with dairy products but also of scenic heaven. Every spot you see is like something new, a place you’ve never been to and a place where you want to wake up to if given the chance. New Zealand is like a breath of fresh new air. It’s invigorating and inviting. The parks in New Zealand are some of the best... Read More

Glacier Tours

Published by - Jan 4, 2016
New Zealand is a country of contrasts. In this part of the world, both ice and sunny climes exist; the Abel Tasman coastline features one of the most beautiful pristine beaches in the whole world while teeming glaciers thrive in the country’s Southern Alps. If the latter is more your speed, chances are you’re up and about for a guided... Read More

Maori Haka

Published by - Dec 20, 2015
Whether it’s the traditional Ka mate or the recent Kapa O Pango, the New Zealand Haka was made popular by New Zealand’s rugby team. The haka dance of the All Blacks plays an important role in preparing the players both physically and mentally on the rugby battlefield. More than a popular ritual dance, the Haka dance is a traditional dance... Read More