Things To Do In Wellington
Nov17

Things To Do In Wellington

Our “Must See” Guide To Wellington, New Zealand. Wellington – Capital City of New Zealand. Located at the bottom of the North Island. Known for its blustery weather, interesting landings into its airport, the strong coffee culture and its vibrant quirky art scene. Things To Do In Wellington… Wellingtonians are famous for their love affair with coffee it is no surprise that there are a tonne of great cafes that...

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Stewart Island, Amazing Things To Do!
Sep20

Stewart Island, Amazing Things To Do!

Stewart Island Activities – Shark Diving, Kiwi Spotting, Fishing, Hunting, Hiking… “Real New Zealand” At the most southern point of New Zealand, 39 kilometers from the mainland, is the small town of Oban – You can’t miss it, it’s the only town on Stewart Island… A remote Island blessed with 700 kilometers of rocky wild coastline, the occasional white sandy beach, pristine rugged...

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Fox Glacier – South Island
Jun29

Fox Glacier – South Island

There are few locations in the world that have the ability to leave people speechless. There are even less that give you the opportunity to explore  glaciers majestically rising from a rainforest. Fox Glacier is one of them. One of the world’s natural wonders, it offers you an experience that very few people will ever have and offers a variety of attractions that you are sure to be talking about years from now. Fox Glacier is...

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Moving To New Zealand !?
Aug17

Moving To New Zealand !?

Your looking to move to New Zealand… but what will you find once you get there ? … a friendly Island Nation with a mild temperate climate,  a small population of around 4.4 million people with 1.4 million of them living in Auckland. Economically we  rely heavily on Agriculture Tourism Forestry Fishing We drive on the Left. Speak predominantly English. Women gained the right to vote in New Zealand way back in 1890. New...

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Fly Fishing In New Zealand
Apr18

Fly Fishing In New Zealand

If you love the art of fly fishing and especially fly fishing for wild stream breed trout then you should certainly plan your next trout fishing trip to include New Zealand’s stunning and remote rivers and lakes. A fishing trip of a lifetime. This New Zealand  guide to fly fishing in New Zealand is here to assist and ensure that you have unbiased inside information so that you will be properly equipped and prepared for trout...

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Skiing In New Zealand
Jan18

Skiing In New Zealand

New Zealand Ski Fields cater to all abilities from beginner to hardcore, the popular ski fields have snowmaking facilities to give consistent snow cover between what can be patchy natural snowfall, so during the peak ski season, you can expect quality snow and well-covered slopes, both in the North Island and the South Island. Most fields aim to open between mid-June and stay open to  early October, but the best snow falls may not...

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