Travel Tips And Activities In New Zealand


Planning a holiday in New Zealand can be daunting, from picking the perfect travel itinerary, through choosing a form of transport, to deciding on the best tourist attractions. 

 

In this section of my New Zealand Travel Guide you will find an article about the most frequently asked questions about travel in New Zealand, a post on the ins and outs of the motorhome travel in Aotearoa as well as my recommendations or personal recounts on the activities I had a chance to participate in. 


Frequently Asked Questions About Travel In New Zealand

Find the answer to the most burning questions from my readers about travelling in New Zealand. Learn what is the best time of the year to visit, read information on freedom camping and how expensive it really is. 


What You Need To Know About Campervan Travel in New Zealand

What does self contained mean? What size campervan should I pick for my travels? Where do I find dump stations? Find answers to the questions any motorhome traveller planning a road trip in New Zealand might have. 



Exploring Wai O Tapu Thermal Wonderland

Brightly coloured geothermal pools, stinky sulphur mud baths and exploding geysers. See what the volcanic zone looks like. 


My Overnight Cruise Experience In Milford Sound

An ultimate way to experience Milford Sound is by spending a night on a luxurious boat and waking up to the gentle sound of the sea. 


Learning About NZ Culture In The Tamaki Maori Village

The slowly disappearing Maori culture and language gets its boost from the Tamaki Maori Village experience in Rotorua. 



Top Activities In Queenstown

Living and working in Queenstown during the summer and winter seasons allowed me to experience a lot of adventure activities which made this town so famous. Here are some of my favourites. 


See Wellington In 48 Hours

Take a stroll on the waterfront, see the skyline on the top of Mount Victoria and grab a drink on the busy Cuba street, those are just some of the highlights of New Zealand's charming capital - Wellington.