In a 2006 study, the Bay of Islands was found to have the second bluest sky in the world, after Rio de Janeiro! The Bay of Islands is not only known for its stunning beauty…

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The area around Abel Tasman National Park is an amazing place to experience New Zealand’s wildlife to the fullest without spoiling our planet! I always get so emotional and touched by observing marine mammals playing…

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For Maori, Cape Reinga is where a person’s spirit comes after death and descent to the water on steps formed by the pohutukawa tree’s roots. They then continue on their journey to Hawaiki, the spiritual…

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It was a cold rainy day when we left Nelson and drove down the West Coast to a village called Westport. We’re so desperate to go to Cape Foulwind Seal Colony, since this trip was…

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According to Lonely Planet the road from Nelson to Westport is one of the Top 10 coastal drives in the world. It leads directly to Punakaiki’s main attraction the famous and fascinating Pancake Rocks and…

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