New Zealand travel - get FREE detailed information on attractions, things to do and see and much, much more.
This website is the big picture, the overall view, but if you want detailed information on where to go and what to see, go to my FREE E-book "A New Zealand Travel Guide"
There are no ads and nobody has paid for inclusion. It is the essential planning guide you need to work out how to get the most from your time in this drop-dead beautiful country.
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A New Zealand Travel Guide
All You Need To Know About Travel In New Zealand
Arrival Formalities Stuff about visas, immigration and all that jazz - and what to do on arrival. Customs, duty free and getting away from the airport. Let me warn you about our customs people - who have bright eyes, and sharp fangs. Could avoid you being arrested or fined on arrival.
Where To Go, What To See, What to Do A regional guide. This is the real nitty-gritty. It's all about why you're coming here, will help you answer the question "Where do I go, why would I go and what will I see?".
Accommodation Where to lay your weary head at the end of another long, hard day enjoying yourself.
Getting Around Travelling on . . . . by road, rail, air or sea. Transport is one of your biggest costs and therefore one of the major decisions to be made. This will help you get it sorted.
Other Useful Websites An eclectic collection of travel related links, both New Zealand and international, that you may find useful.
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Just About Everything You Ever Needed To Know To Get The Most From Your NZ Holiday
The (Almost) Complete Guide To NZ is the kind of information you need to make the best of your holiday in New Zealand - recommendations on where to stay, where to eat, what to see.
Yes, all that. But more, much more.
Transport, rest areas, photo opportunities, historical background, special places that few others know about Ohhhh . . . heaps and heaps of stuff.
And it's all written by a local - not a visiting "editor" - who has been travelling and writing about the country for 30 years. I can give you hints and tips that only a local could possibly know - ideas that will save you time, money and tears.
This is important: No one has paid for inclusion in this guide. There are no ads and I rarely, if ever, accept free rides, accommodation etc. That way I am totally free to recommend whatever or whoever I choose.
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