There are so many places to see and experience in New Zealand, these are my top five.
I love New Zealand and have travelled there more than a few times in my life so far. From the people, to the land and the activities available there, the country has a lot to offer and most people don’t realise how stunning the landscape is until they arrive, and not do they realise how many amazing activities are available there.
From white water rafting to bungy jumping, New Zealand is world renowned as the country to go to when you’re looking for adventure and adrenaline on your holiday. For me though, I prefer my holidays to be a little more grounded doing winery tours, forest walks, history trails,
If you are like me and prefer a holiday a little less adrenaline based, check out my top five experiences to try in New Zealand.
It may seem expensive, but it really is worth it, especially if you are Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit book and movie fan. But you know what, even if you aren’t a fan of the movies and books, you will still appreciate a visit to Hobbiton. You literally step out from reality and into Middle Earth from the story, surrounded by little lambs, beautiful rolling green hills and real-life hobbit holes built into the hills. Hobbiton is located in a town called
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So many people favour horse riding on sandy white beaches. For me, I prefer to ride through valleys surrounded by the snowy alps. In Glenorchy there is a horse riding company called Dart Stables. They do the best horse riding tours. Now, it was several years ago when I went horse riding with them and we did a specialised Lord of the Rings Ride; which is no longer in operation. However, Dart have since advised me they do still have a similiar ride to some of the previous location and a few other, the name of the tour is just different.
Love coffee, love history, love colonial buildings? Then you will fall in love with Arrowtown. Arrowtown is located about
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Located near the tip of the north island of New Zealand is a haven of beautiful beaches, mountains, forests
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Of course, it wouldn’t be a proper New Zealand travel guide without making mention of the most iconic place to visit there, Rotorua. If it sounds a little mainstream and outdone, don’t be discouraged as there are plenty of
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