AirBnb New Zealand

Airbnb has been around for some time now, but there are still many who aren’t exactly sure what it is or whether they should use it. In short, Airbnb is a website where people can list their whole home, or just a room or more to rent out on a nightly basis to others. This means

Bridal Veil Falls

If you are planning on travelling to Raglan, be sure to include a side trip to the  55-metre-high Bridal Veil Falls, also known as the Waireinga Falls. The Bridal Veil Falls walk is an easy 10 minute walk through native bush, with  two viewing platforms at the top, providing amazing views and photo opportunities of the  falls and

Cardrona Open for Summer

Cardrona opened for the 2015/2016 summer season on Sunday with picture perfect conditions. Visitors were welcomed to explore several new mountain biking trails, along with three new walking trails and two new mountain carting trails. Cardrona’s new mountain carts proved to be a popular attraction for the resort, which is now the only ‘Mountain Cart

Busiest-ever season for holiday parks

As thousands of Kiwi families pack their camping gear in readiness for summer getaways, holiday parks are expecting their busiest-ever season. “There’s never been a better time to explore New Zealand – petrol is relatively affordable and we have the bonus of an extra long weekend as a result of the Mondayisation of Waitangi Day,”

Plan ahead to avoid delays this holiday season

Traffic will be heavy on highways throughout Auckland and Northland during the Christmas and New Year holiday period, and the NZ Transport Agency is urging drivers to plan ahead to avoid delays and get to their destination safely. The Transport Agency encourages people to stagger their journeys to travel outside of the peak times if

Taupo – The place to be

Taupo the Place to Be. Huka Falls, Craters of the Moon, Bungee Jump, Skydive, Watersports, Cycling, Tramping, Skiing and so much more and you can experience this all in a small town called Taupo in the central of the North Island. If you are an adrenaline junky or nature lover, if you are after a

Travelling With Children

With the school holidays about to kick off, families across the country will be bundling the tribe in the car and heading off to their seasonal destination. Most of you will remember your childhood roadtrips, both the good and the bad, where the bad was when someone was sick, or you could never stop when