Adventure capital of New Zealand, Queenstown is well known, well loved and well worth the visit. Here are six activities to help you unwind after a day on the slopes – or just unwind!
New Zealand vs Australia – How Do You Choose? You’ve narrowed it down to either Australia or New Zealand for your next holiday adventure, but you can only get three weeks off work and have a limited budget – so how do you choose? That’s easy to answer: use this guide to decide which is best for you! Cities or Scenery? Yes, yes – we know Australia and New Zealand both have cities. And they both technically have scenery too. But the countries are very (very) different. Australia (cities) If you’re looking for pumping nightlife and streets lined with hipster-laden bars, we’d probably nudge you more towards Australia. Melbourne and Sydney are world famous for their big-night-on-the-town activities. On the scenery front, Australia has some truly impressive and vast landscapes. Ayers Rock, the Great Barrier Reef, the Twelve Apostles – you really have to see them to believe them. But they can be quite far apart and expensive to get to. New Zealand (scenery) Whilst New Zealand has some solid nightlife options, what’s more impressive is it being home to the world’s largest dark sky reserve. Here, light pollution is so low you can see unrivaled views of the Milky […]
An Instagrammer’s Guide to Visiting New Zealand So You’re Thinking About Visiting New Zealand? Here are 5 must-see locations to turn your insta-followers green with envy… The Church of The Good Shepherd, Lake Tekapo Set amidst the lake and mountains, by day this tiny stone church provides a place of gathering for worship, weddings, baptisms and funerals. As night falls it becomes the best dark sky reserve in the Southern Hemisphere. Milford Sound Known to locals as the eighth wonder of the world, Milford Sound really is unforgettable. Located deep within Fiordland National Park, this remote location is a stunning combination of mountain peaks, ancient forests and ink-dark waters. Cathedral Cove Named for its cathedral like arch through the limestone cliff, and featured in The Chronicles Of Narnia movie, Cathedral Cove is one of New Zealand’s most beautiful beaches. Found on the Coromandel Peninsula on New Zealand’s North Island, it’s not to be missed. Tongariro National Park This is New Zealand’s oldest national park and home to the Tongariro Alpine Crossing – one of the world’s top 10 one-day walks. Emerald green lakes sit atop volcanic mountain peaks on this 19.4km track taking you through some of the world’s most geographically […]