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Travel bloggers comprehensive tips for the best camping and campervan travel in New Zealand 4   Recently updated !

What are the best camping sites in new zealand? That’s exactly what we’re here to answer and what I’m particularly excited about in this post is that you’ve got the combined travel expertise of a couple dozen travel bloggers to decide which camping site or campervan site is perfect for […]

Best camping spots in New Zealand: Elliot's Bay

The Top 10 Foods To Try In New Zealand 3

When you think of New Zealand, you may not immediately think of cuisine. Awe-inspiring views, grand vistas, windy roads, and an abundance of wildlife are more likely to come to mind. The lesser known Kiwi cuisine is not to be missed; however, especially in a culture of farm-to-table meals and rich Maori […]


10 Things that Surprised Me on New Zealand’s South Island 24

If there is one palace that tops many a bucket list in the world, it might have to be New Zealand. Specifically, New Zealand’s South Island. Snow-capped mountains rub shoulders with icy glaciers that drop down into bright blue alpine lakes. Combined with every adventure sport imaginable, a growing wine […]


Photo Journal: Franz Josef Glacier (New Zealand) 11

On the west side of the South Island of New Zealand are two glaciers (20 kms to the north lays Fox Glacier) that are unique in the world, in that they descend from the Southern Alps right down to almost sea level, and peter out in lush, warm, temperate rainforest at that level.

impact of global warming on franz josef glacier

Picton to Nelson and Abel Tasman, New Zealand 2

Nope. Intercity public bus. NZ$26 ticket to Nelson. Just a regular old bus, with the unpaid for, but added, bonus of a knowledgeable tour guide/driver. I am not sure I can say this often enough – these people may be the nicest and friendliest I have ever met. By the way, this ended up not being a one time occurrence; more often than not, the bus drivers played this informative role on the buses I took.