The beautiful Kapiti-Horowhenua region of New Zealand’s North island is spread allover the rugged south-west coastline. Paekakariki, a town located in the south of the region, has a long sandy beach and some great cafes. Paraparaumu, located in the north of the region,... Read More
The Wellington region lies north from the capital city situated up on the west coast, containing the cities of Upper and Lower Hutt. This region is bordered by the Cook Strait in the south, the Tasman Sea in the west and the mountainous Rimutaka Ranges to the east and north.... Read More
Stewart Island in the southern part of New Zealand is the country’s third largest and least inhabited island. With a mere human population of 400, you can truly say that this part in New Zealand is heavenly and untouched.
All tourists are welcomed by the ‘laid back’ friendly... Read More
Maori’s origins are traced back to Eastern Polynesia wherein they travelled towards Aotearoa through their canoe (voyages) for quite some time. The journeys they have had during that time made them as one of the greatest travellers of all time.
For several centuries, the... Read More