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Tongaporutu Beach, Taranaki, New Zealand

Tongaporutu Beach isn’t the only thing the Taranaki region has to offer but sure comes close to the top of the list. Also known for ‘The Three Sisters’ and ‘Elephant Rock’ its large rock formations have drawn visitors from all over the world. However, due to recent geographical erosion, there are now only 2 ‘Sisters’ and […]

McLean Falls, The Caitlins, New Zealand

A peaceful walk through native forrest leads you to McLean Falls. The region is home to many waterfalls, and these are possibly the most spectacular in the area. A short 20 minute walk to the base of the falls leaves you in such awe that the second viewing point is often forgotten. A further 5 minutes up the […]

Peter’s Lookout, Canterbury, New Zealand

Due to its naturally perfect composition and effortless accessibility, Peter’s Lookout is potentially one of the most photographed and iconic locations in New Zealand. As you wind around each corner of SH8 a new glimpse of the famous Aoraki / Mount Cook is revealed. But once you have reached this particular bend, most people cannot […]

Tunnel Beach, Dunedin, New Zealand

Escape the city within the city via Dunedin’s Tunnel Beach Walkway! A steep half-hour decline through farmland is only a small exchange for what you will receive in return. Over the years, the sea has carved the sandstone revealing astounding fossil filled cliff sides. The lush greenery tops off the bright orange cliff sides, to complete the […]

Lake Tekapo, Canterbury, New Zealand

Lake Tekapo features not only snow-capped mountains above its turquoise blue water but beautiful flowering Lupins on the banks below. The flowering plant can grow up to 1.5 meters tall and generally makes its appearance in late Spring.      

Abel Tasman National Park, New Zealand

Abel Tasman is New Zealand’s smallest National Park. Being coastal, you can get the diversity of kayaking through clear waters to hiking through native forest within the same day. From walks as little as 30 minutes to as long as 5 days, find a track that suits you, or spend your time soaking up the […]

Mercer Bay, Auckland, New Zealand

  You will find it hard to believe this hidden gem is only a short half an hour drive from Auckland City. Black sand scatters across New Zealand’s popular West Coast beaches, but this one always seems to be missed… Most likely due to the hazardous 1 hour cliff edge trek it takes you to get […]

Mokoroa Falls, Auckland, New Zealand

Nestled Snuggly inside Goldie’s Bush features not only one, but two decent sized waterfalls! Dependant on weather the falls will either be gushing a strong current of storm water, or trickling away ever so delicately. Either way a just as gorgeous. Level: Easy This walk is relatively simple for people of all athletic levels. You will find […]

Duke’s Nose, Whangaroa, New Zealand

Also referred to as the Kairara Rocks, the Duke’s Nose trail boasts breath taking views that may as well be found in Indonesia. To start the trail you have two options: Take a boat or water taxi to Lane Cove from Totata North or Whangaroa Walk the Wairakau Stream Track (aprox 2 hours) Once reached […]

Roy’s Peak, Wanaka, New Zealand

Tramp through tussock grasslands to Roy’s Peak, boasting views over of Lake Wanaka and the Southern Alps from 1578 metres above. Challenge yourself as you zig-zag upwards and meet the ridge line, then reward yourself by soaking in the panoramic scene. Level: Moderate 5-6 hour hike (16km return via same track) Challenging but suitable for people with […]

Maori Rock Carvings, Taupo, New Zealand

Set off on an adventure to find the Maori Rock Carvings located on a cliff face along Lake Taupo. The carvings are only accessible by water, and on a good day when the sun sparkles off the crystal clear lake, it really feels like you’ on a pacific island! Kayaks are available for hire, or take a […]

Omanawa Falls, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

30 minutes out of Tauranga lies Omanawa Falls. A short and easy 10 minute walk lands you upon the official viewing platform that looks down on the 35 metre high waterfall. The water looks as if it’s coming out of no where, and falls elegantly into a blue lagoon like tropical oasis. A lot of […]

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