Is the Kiwi Experience right for you? Are the rumours about the Big Green Bus true? Is it good for couples? Read this in-depth review of our Kiwi Experience trip if you want to find out what it's all about.
Mount Cook National Park is a must if you like hiking, lakes, glaciers, and mountains. It's slightly off the beaten track so you get a different style of tourist here, and outstanding views of New Zealand's highest mountain. And, of course, it's special to us for an entirely different reason too.
From escape rooms to canyon swings, pub crawls to mountain treks... Queenstown has stolen our hearts and we don't want them back. We want to stay here forever.
Leg two of the Kiwi Experience! Digging our own hot pools in the beach, tubing through glow-worm caves, and exploring the Shire.
The first leg of the Kiwi Experience took us up to the Bay os Islands and Cape Reinga, the winterless north. A place of Maori legends, ancient Kauri forests and beautiful coastlines.
An overview of our time in Auckland... the city didn't give the best first impression but it grew on us with every new place we explored.
After a couple of days in the city, it was time to get out and see something new. Waiheke Island is a short ferry ride from Auckland, bursting with award winning vineyards, gorgeous beaches and secluded forest hikes. You need to go there.