Dip your toes into the hot sands of Lake Taupo, experience geothermal wonders at Rotorua, and explore the Redwoods at Whakarewarewa Forest.
With so much to see and do spread across both islands, how are you going fit it all in? Our insider, Marta, shares her top tips on what vehicle to hire and itineraries to see the best of New Zealand.
From the best free adventures around town to the expensive experiences you must try, you won’t find time for boredom here. Queenstown local Marta shares her top tips.
Follow the road less traveled on New Zealand's South Island, for an adventure-filled road-trip from the East Coast to the wild West Coast.
You could just check out the highlights of Northland: 90 Mile Beach, Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Waipoua Kauri Tree forest, and Hole in the Rock. But, if you’re ready for the adventure, indulge in these lesser-known experiences.
From the Tongariro Alpine Crossing to walking among the Putangirua Pinnacles, we round up seven of the best trails to go tramping on the North Island.
Abel Tasman is a great place for easy exploring, but you’ll be competing with huge summer crowds. For something more adventurous and less trafficked, head inland to Nelson Lakes.
On the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island, nestled between the wild Pacific Ocean and the Seaward Kaikoura mountains, this small town packs a punch when it comes to adventure and wildlife.
Sandy Myhre takes a stroll through Russell to find out why this small town in the Bay of Islands was once dubbed the Hell Hole of the Pacific.
The town of Kerikeri has many good wineries and eateries, but dig a little and there is more. Much more. Our insider, Sandy, went to see if the ghost rumors are true.
Olivia Round reveals the best best bars for unique nightlife, the best food to try, and where to go food foraging in New Zealand.