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On an evening tour from Christchurch you are treated to a truly memorable cultural performance with a traditional Maori Concert consisting of action songs, poi dances and hakas. Take the ...
Written by Kyle, USA, July 2012
Trying to choose between adventure activities in Queenstown is like trying to choose a show on Broadway ; with so many options it can be difficult to know where to begin. Editor’s Note: This ...
Written by Emma, Australia, January 2012
It comes as no surprise to see that the biggest events on Wellington’s calendar are those with an artistic flavour. Having said that, however, you can’t be a true New Zealander if you don’t love ...
Written by Emma, Australia, May 2012
The rustic, seaside, fishing town of Bluff at the bottom of New Zealand’s South Island is gearing up for this year’s biggest event: the Bluff Oyster & Food Festival , held every year in May. ...
You have never seen grown adults dig in the sand with such vigor and excitement as at the natural hot springs on New Zealand ’s
Hot Water Beach. Set on the eastern coast of the Coromandel ...
Held each November during the crisp months of spring, the New Zealand Cup and Show Week in Christchurch
is a formal fusion of horse-racing, fashion, agriculture and music.
Held at the ...
Anyone traveling to New Zealand
must understand that rugby holds a nearly religious importance in the
hearts and the minds of the Kiwi people. The first official match took
place in the town of ...
Written by Kyle, USA, January 2013
If one thing is certain it’s that everybody loves a good street performer, and in few places in the world do so many of them gather in the same place as at the World Buskers Festival in Christchurch. ...
Relaxing in the sand and watching a volcano erupt is just one of the many things to do on Ohope Beach on the North Island of New Zealand .
Situated in the eastern Bay of Plenty the volcanic White ...
Just because the Wairarapa region only produces 1% of New Zealand ’s
wine harvest doesn’t mean it can’t throw one of the country’s largest
festivals. Held on the third Sunday of November ...
Written by Kyle, USA, December 2012
The Wellington Cup Carnival
is a three-day celebration held each January which centers around the
Wellington Cup horse race, one of the premiere racing events for Kiwi
jockeys, gamblers and ...
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Doing what: Queenstown Triple Challenge (Jet Boat Ride, Helicopter and White ...