The ski fields in New Zealand you'll love to visit

Skiing and snowboarding are some of the most popular winter tourist activities here in New Zealand, and it’s not surprising why. This country is positively swathed in fantastic alpine resorts, from b...

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Things to do in Wellington

Wellington is the world’s southernmost capital city. Its thriving arts and business scene has led to it having quite a young population (over half of inner Wellington is between 18-49 years, notes Wel...

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Your New Zealand car hire road trip checklist

Planning a road trip holiday to New Zealand? There’s more to it than simply choosing your route and a rental car pick up location, booking the hotels and organising your rental car. With over 94,000 k...

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10 Free & Cheap Activities to do in Christchurch

We get it, travelling’s expensive. But that doesn’t mean you can’t still have fun even if you’re at the end of your stay and budgeting has become a priority. If you’re planning to wind up in Christchu...

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Top Tips on Exploring Queenstown on a Budget

As soon as you land in Queenstown, you’ll realise just how easy it could be to blow you entire travel budget on the myriad of exciting activities being sold from every second storefront. From sky divi...

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Exploring Picton on a Budget

Welcome to the northern tip of New Zealand’s South Island. The coastal city of Picton lies nestled snugly alongside the Marlborough Sounds, making it a popular destination among tourists driving up fr...

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A Local's Guide to Wellington

New Zealand’s compact capital city truly is a thriving hub of activity. It enjoys a vibrant culture, thanks to the myriad of amazing food, events, craft beer, coffee, wine and entertainment that resid...

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Family Friendly Activities in Dunedin

Make sure to plan a trip to New Zealand’s second-largest city in the South Island – Dunedin. Sometimes referred to as NZ’s Edinburgh, this coastal city has an interesting mesh of Scottish and Maori he...

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