1.0 From Auckland to Whangamata
Whangamata, southern gateway to the Coromandel peninsula, is recognised as being one of the most popular beach resorts in New Zealand.
10.0 Glenorchy and Arrowtown
Glenorchy is a small settlement at the northern end of lake Wakatipu (~45kms from Queenstown). Arrowtown is a historic gold mining town.
11.0 To Dunedin and Otago Peninsula
Dunedin is the 2nd largest city in the south island of NZ and the principal city of the Otago Region. Otago's major centres include Duned
12.0 Moeraki Boulders
Moeraki Boulders are large spherical boulders lying on the Otago coast between Moeraki and Hampden. Boulders are grey-colored septarian c
13.0 Oamaru and Christchurch Airforce Museum
Oamaru: largest town in North Otago. Many public buildings use the local limestone known as Oamaru stone as their construction material.
14.0 Bikes and Cars
2.1 Te Wairoa - Buried Village
Te Wairoa was established by the Christian missionary in 1848 as a model village. The eruption of Mt Tarawera on June 1886 killed more th
2.2 Rotorua - Hells Gate
Hells Gate geothermal attraction features boiling hot pools and erupting waters with t° in excess of 100C°, steaming fumaroles, hot wat
2.3 Katikati - Mural Town
The murals of Katikati are an interpretation of the town's history, its people and events. They draw inspiration from the past as they he
2.4 Waihi, New Zealand's heart of Gold
Waihi is located at the Southern of NZ's Coromandel Peninsula has a rich history which includes over 100 years of gold mining.
3.1 Rotorua - Te Puia - Wai O Tapu
Wai O Tapu is an active geothermal area in NZ's Taupo volcanic zone. The area has many hot springs in addition to the Lady Knox geyser, C
3.2 Rotorua - Wai O Tapu - Lady Knox Geyser
The Lady Knox Geyser is a geyser in the Waiotapu area of the Taupo volcanic zone. It is erupting daily @ 10:15am by dropping a surfactant
3.3 Rotorua - Te Puia - Wai O Tapu - Maori Arts
Te Puia is NZ's living Maori cultural center, located 5min from Rotorua. Situated in the Whakarewarewa geothermal valley, Te Puia's 60Ha
Napier, is the capital of the Hawke's Bay Province. on Feb 1931 Napier suffered a disastrous earthquake. The extensive rebuilding that to
Wellington is the capital city and 2nd most populous urban area of NZ, with almost 400K residents. It is located at the southwestern tip
6.1 Nelson - Founders Heritage Park - Japanese Garden
The Founders Heritage Park allows to explore Nelson's heritage and to learn stories of local people. The Miyazu (Japanese) Garden celebra
6.2 Nelson - on the road towards Kaiteriteri
This beach town is 13kms from Motueka and handy to the Abel Tasman National Park. Kaiteriteri is known for its beautiful golden sand and
6.3 Nelson - WOW Museum
The World of WearableArt and Classic Cars Museum (WOW) is a museum devoted to wearable and classic cars located in Nelson.
7.0 From Nelson to Hokitika - Punakaiki (Pancake rocks)
Pancake Rocks are limestone formations that began forming 30mil. years ago, when lime-rich fragments of dead marine creatures were deposi
8.0 Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers
Franz Josef glacier is a 12kms long glacier located in Westland Tai Poutini National Park on the West Coast of the NZ's South Island. Tog
9.0 To Queenstown over the Crown Range Road
Queenstown is the Southern's hemisphere's premiere four seasons alpine and lake resort, nested on the shores of lake Wakatipu.