How does a small country tucked away in the far corner of the world manages to attract millions of tourists every year? New Zealand has it all - beautiful landscapes, countless endemic species of flora and fauna and friendly people.
In this part of my New Zealand Travel Guide I will introduce you to some of my favourite photography spots on the North and South Island. You will also find detailed articles about the hot spot photography areas such as Wanaka, Queenstown or Milford Sound.
18 of my favourite photography locations scattered across the South Island of New Zealand.
14 spots on the North Island every photographer should visit at least once in their lifetime.
A few interesting facts along with beautiful photographs of the most famous Fjord in the World.
I am sure you have heard about the famous Lone Willow Tree of Wanaka, but there is more to this little town than the tree. Find out my favourite photography hotspots in Wanaka.
Queenstown is known as the adventure capital of the world, but it's not the commercial side of it that attracts millions of tourists every year. It's the beauty! Here are my top 10 photo points in Queenstown.
The South Island is the dictionary definition of the perfect road trip region. Learn about the most scenic drives of the South Island. Psst, no. 8 is my favourite!
A collection of photos I took whilst living in New Zealand that are guaranteed to move armchair travellers to their feet.
Make the most of your stay in Auckland and visit these 4 locations, where you can take a photo of the stunning city skyline.
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