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Culture and Discovery in New Zealand

New Zealand, an intense natural paradise

New Zealand is an Antipodean land which attracts lovers of vast spaces and wild nature. Though it is mostly mountainous, the country has a diverse range of landscapes and...
Laetitia Santos 28 March 2018
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Dunedin and the Otago Peninsula: culture and nature rolled into one!

Situated to the south east of South Island, Dunedin is one for your list of places to visit in New Zealand. It has a young vibe, it's pretty and it houses lots of museum...
Cedric Tinteroff 28 May 2015
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Abel Tasman NP: the most accessible of the Great Walks

Situated to the north of South Island, the Abel Tasman National Park is probably the most flexible of New Zealand's Great Walks, combining canoeing, walking, camping and ...
Cedric Tinteroff 27 March 2018
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Visit Wellington: museums and nightlife

Discover why Wellington is known as "The world's coolest little capital city." it should be a mandatory stop-off for all travelers passing through New Zealand. Light-hear...
Cedric Tinteroff 31 May 2015
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Astonishing and isolated: Marlborough Sounds

Situated to the north of South Island, Marlborough Sounds is a wild, maritime, road-free environment. Nature is Queen and, apart from a few farms or hotels dotted here an...
Cedric Tinteroff 28 May 2015
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The Catlins; get off the beaten track

Situated at the southern tip of New Zealand, The Catlins is one of the least explored parts of the country, partly because of its location and partly because tourists don...
Cedric Tinteroff 24 May 2015
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The mountainous beauty of Arthur's Pass

Arthur's Pass links the east and west of South Island. It's the perfect place to explore New Zealand's Alps, benefitting from numerous trails that cross breathtaking lan...
Cedric Tinteroff 28 March 2018
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Wanaka: nature's splendor

Wanaka is often considered to be Queenstown's little sister, mainly because they're neighbors. But it merits more than that. Calm, beautiful, in an idyllic setting betwe...
Cedric Tinteroff 27 March 2018
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Wellington's natural surroundings

So don't be put off by any negative thoughts about capital cities! Just because Wellington is a busy, urban hub, it doesn't mean incredible local plant and wildlife are a...
Cedric Tinteroff 27 March 2018
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Te Anau: the stunning Fjords

Situated on the outskirts of the Fjordland National Park, Te Anau is the perfect base from which to tour New Zealand's spectacular fjords. Plunging cliffs, amazing marine...
Cedric Tinteroff 26 May 2015
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