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Lady Knox Geyser

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 40 Reviews

Named for Lady Constance Knox, a daughter of the 15th governor of New Zealand, Lady Knox Geyser is located in the North Island's Taupo Volcanic Zone. While ...  Read more

Lake Manapouri

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 74 Reviews

Stunning Lake Manapouri surrounded by the majestic Cathedral Ranges and dotted with thirty-four islands, is beautiful and impressive. The mountains, which ...  Read more

Lake Pukaki

If you've ever seen a picture of Lake Pukaki, you can be forgiven for thinking there’s no way that this lake could possibly be real. After all, the color of ...  Read more

Lake Rotoiti

Lake Rotoiti is the boutique cousin to the larger Lake Rotorua. Although Rotoiti is connected to its massive neighbor by the narrow Ohau Channel, it has its ...  Read more

Lake Rotorua

Although the Rotorua area is speckled with dozens of lakes, Lake Rotorua is a different entity, detached from its neighboring lakes. Larger, deeper and much, ...  Read more

Lake Taupo

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Not only New Zealand’s largest lake, but the second largest in all of Australasia, the vast Lake Taupo is the aquatic heart of New Zealand’s North Island. The ...  Read more

Lake Te Anau

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 7 Reviews

When it comes to the dreamlike landscape of Fiordland, the mountainous peaks might provide the drama, but it’s the shimmering lakes that provide the contour. ...  Read more

Lake Wakatipu

Dazzling Lake Wakatipu is New Zealand's longest lake. Shaped like an inverted "n" it is a highlight of a trip to Queenstown, which nestles against a ...  Read more

Larnach Castle

Built between 1873 and 1887, the Larnach Castle is the only castle in all of New Zealand. Sitting on a beautiful 35 acres, the castle grounds and interior are ...  Read more

Maori Arts and Crafts Institute (Te Puia)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Te Puia, the Maori Arts and Crafts Institute was established by the New Zealand Parliament to guard and preserve Maori culture, housing the national schools ...  Read more

Maori Rock Carvings at Mine Bay

The unique art and handicrafts produced by New Zealand’s Maori population are among the country’s most vibrant and celebrated art works. There are few better ...  Read more

Marlborough Vineyards

For wine drinkers the world over, the slightest mention of the name “New Zealand” is synonymous with Sauvignon Blanc. While other wine regions across the ...  Read more

Matamata

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Before there was Frodo and the Eye of Sauron, and before there was Mordor and the city of Edoras, there was the affable Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins, and his utopian ...  Read more

Milford Sound

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 39 Reviews

Described as the eighth wonder of the World by Rudyard Kipling, Milford Sound is New Zealand’s premier tourist attraction. Upon entering the sound you’re ...  Read more

Milford Track

Lush, rugged and impossibly scenic, the Milford Track is the gold standard of all of New Zealand’s hiking trails. In a country already known for its ...  Read more

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