Farm Tours in New Zealand

Most people like to associate New Zeland with sheep when they hear the country name. Farming plays a significant role in the economy of New Zealand, and much of the country is agricultural farmland. Both the North and South Islands feature sprawling farming landscapes, grazing cattle and sheep. If you […]

Where to See Glaciers in the West Coast of New Zealand

Glaciers are a phenomenon of nature and it’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience to view them from above. Flying up over the ice and snow allows you to admire glaciers from entirely new perspectives. When hitting the West Coast in the South Island of New Zealand, Fox Glacier and Franz Josef Glacier are […]

TSS Earnslaw Steamship Cruises and Walter Peak Farm Tours

No trip to Queenstown is complete without a cruise on the TSS Earnslaw vintage steamship. Also known as the ‘Lady of the Lake’, the TSS Earnslaw is truly a Queenstown icon. It now is the only remaining commercial passenger-carrying coal-fired steamship in the southern hemisphere. You’ll cruise in style across Lake Wakatipu to Walter Peak […]

Entry into the Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland

You may be amazed by nature in many places on this earth. But no matter how many natural wonders you have witnessed, you cannot miss an opportunity to visit the Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland. It is one of the most colourful and unique geothermal sightseeing attraction in New Zealand. The geothermal landscape has been sculpted […]

Why to Visit the Tamaki Maori Village

Want to take a closer look at the Maori culture and life of the native people in New Zealand? The Tamaki Maori Village is the most award-winning cultural attraction in Rotorua and something you simply shouldn’t miss if you’re anywhere near. From the moment you step into the village, you will be transformed back in time and taken into […]

Travel Tips about Te Anau Glowworm Caves

Located in the Southland region of New Zealand’s South Island, the Te Anau caves are an important system of limestone caves on the western shore of Lake Te Anau. It was discovered in 1948 by Lawson Burrows, who found the upper entry after three years of searching, following clues in old Māori legends. This underground world is […]

What to Do and See in Waitomo Glowworm Caves

Located on the North Island of New Zealand, the Waitomo Glowworm Caves is an attraction well-known for its population of glowworms. The glowworm that lives in the Waitomo Caves is unique to New Zealand and thousands of these tiny creatures radiate their unmistakable luminescent light against the cave walls. Hidden beneath the rolling green […]

3 of the Best Places to Try Hot Pools in New Zealand

As the chilly winter comes, it is important to think of some ways to combat the cold. There is nothing better than discover a haven of tranquility and experience the total relaxation of soaking in hot water. Located where two tectonic plates of the earth’s crust meet, New Zealand has […]