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Tutukaka, a subtropical stretch of coast on New Zealand’s northern peninsula and part of the Bay of Islands, is still somehow a bit of a secret. Despite stretches of white sandy beaches fringed with natural forest, crystal oceans hiding hundreds of dive sites, and land and

Like any capital city, Auckland is packed full of places to see and things to do and the best way to see it (if you have the time) is to wander around exploring every nook and cranny and visiting every attraction, restaurant or site possible.

Distance: 219km Approximate Driving Time: 3 hours   After a superb night's rest at the Econo Lodge Napier (we were all so comfortable that we overslept), we devoured the cracking continental breakfast that was delivered to our unit the night before. Freshness and local produce were the focus

Situated on the shores of beautiful Lake Rotorua in the central Bay of Plenty area, lies the city of Rotorua. Established in the 1830s, Rotorua offers a mix of natural beauty, unusual geo-thermal activity and a fascinating Maori culture. Rotorua’s name comes from the Maori