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Aug 312016
Five Not-to-be Missed Offbeat Places in Auckland

A city in New Zealand’s North Island, Auckland is a vibrant destination, which has enticed travellers since centuries. It was also the country’s capital for 25 years from 1842 to 1865. Today, it is home to a number of tourist attractions like Sky Tower, Waitemata Harbour, Auckland War Memorial Museum, and Kelly Tarlton’s Sea Life Aquarium. The city has several « Continue Reading »

Aug 162016
A Quick Guide to New Zealand

New Zealand is truly a world in itself! With snow-laden mountains, glittering coves, lush rainforests, beautiful rivers and a galore of tourist attractions, it’s a heavenly destination for sure. The country witnesses millions of visitors annually from different parts of the world. We have come up with a travel guide of sorts on the destination to help you better understand « Continue Reading »

Jul 302016
Best Places to Visit in Christchurch- The Garden City

The biggest city in South Island – New Zealand, Christchurch is an attractive tourist destination that has grabbed the attention of travellers world-wide with its rich history, entertainment venues, shopping spots and fun-packed tours. The modern art galleries display the gorgeous side of beauty and exquisiteness. Many of you may be aware that Christchurch is also called the ‘Garden « Continue Reading »

Jun 082016
Five Amazing Things to Do in Auckland, New Zealand

A country in the south-western Pacific Ocean, New Zealand is one of the top spots for vacationers around the world. The beautiful landscapes, captivating culture and friendly locals entice visitors no end. Auckland is a major city in the north of New Zealand’s North Island and boasts many tourist attractions. Besides, this place also offers a world of thrilling « Continue Reading »

Jul 292015
Top Things to Do in Queenstown, New Zealand

Queenstown is New Zealand’s top travel destination. There is a lot to experience in the city for travellers. Take a look at the top activities that cannot be missed by you if you hope to experience the best of Queenstown! Bungee Jumping You cannot miss out the thrill of bungee jumping while holidaying in Queenstown, the city where the first « Continue Reading »

Jun 252015
Top Things to See and Do in Wellington, New Zealand

Wellington is an interesting travel destination. From great dining opportunities to fascinating wildlife, there is so much to see and do in the city. To get you started, here is a list of some of the top things to do when you visit Wellington with your family.   Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa The museum « Continue Reading »

May 282015
Top Tourist Attractions from Wellington, New Zealand

Situated on the south-western tip of the North Island, Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand, stuns the visitor with its surreal natural beauty. The Windy City, as it is called due to the powerful westerly wind that blows in here from the Cook Strait, packs in many delightful attractions. Anyone, planning to visit this beautiful destination, would do well « Continue Reading »

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