Discover the best that New Zealand has to offer with the great Attractions in New Zealand, the vast Outdoor Activities to enjoy when visiting the country, Festivals of all sorts not to be missed and if you are driving then keep safe and learn the driving laws and regulations to be adhered to and emergency contact numbers if there is any accident or illness. Read up on the City information and also discover the wonderful cuisine, with recipes to try yourself on your return to keep your holiday memories fresh. Whether you are planning a trip or just browsing the country details for information, you are sure to find plenty to give you food for thought on these pages.
“Blue Lake, in Nelson Lakes National Park, has the clearest water in the world “
Browse through different attractions in New Zealand. From cruising the magical fiords of Milford Sound to sipping award-winning wines in stunning vineyards, New Zealand has a diverse variety of unforgettable experiences, all in just one amazing country. New Zealand is a counrty which mixes traditional Maori culture with modern cities, charming villages and vast expanses of untouched wilderness. Search through the best places to visit in New Zealand here
Cities in New Zealand
Browse through Cities in New Zealand. Find where to visit whilst in the cities of New Zealand. Discover information on places to eat and nightlife you can spend your evenings dancing the night away. Find the best places to shop and where to relax after. You can also share your pictures from your visits and leave advice for other people visiting cities throughout New Zealand.
Places to Stay
Search through our listings of Places to Stay in New Zealand. We provide information on Campsites and Motorhome stops in New Zealand. Search our list of dedicated Motorhome Stops and find address and contact details if available.
Traditional Foods in New Zealand. New Zealand‘s cultural majority, mainly British, do not have a definitive and recognisably distinct cuisine that differs markedly from the traditional British cuisine. However there are a number of small differences which include the flavours and influences of of European, Asian and Pacific cuisine.
Recipes from New Zealand include many dishes brought over by immigrants to these shores and have slowly had a new slant put on them using the wonderful selection of fresh produce found in New Zealand. The Maori have their own distinct way of cooking using a Hangi – an earth-oven- which they use especially when there is a large gathering and they will cook all manner of dishes on this.