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Visiting New Zealand? Embarking on a road trip? Want to know where to send the visiting rellies?
1001 Best Things to See and Do in New Zealand should be your travel bible. It includes both the obvious places to visit: Sky Tower, Whakarewarewa, Te Papa, Larnach Castle, and the quirky and not-so-well-known things to see and do: the world's largest totara tree, Wairoa Maori Film Festival. Foxton Windmill. Castlepoint Races. Tourists, nature lovers, history enthusiasts and even armchair travellers will discover hours of pleasurable reading in this compendium of the famous and not-so-famous. Pop a copy in your glove box.
Pages: 416Size: 15,5cm x 23,5cm
The New Zealand Bed & Breakfast Book, covering over 800 B&Bs, from the homely to the luxurious. The book is not simply an accommodation guide but an introduction to a uniquely New Zealand holiday experience, where B&B has expanded greatly
Here's a practical, cycle-themed guide, offering the usual excellent Lonely Planet detail on where to stay and eat -- plus 40 spectacular coastal, mountain and ranch rides all the way from the North to the South
Flanked by rugged mountains, idyllic beaches and rolling farmland, New Zealand's 15,134 km-long coastline offers endless diving adventures. Off the North and South Islands, dive sites are scattered among subtropical islands, towering kelp forests and cold-water fiords. Highlights include the wreck of Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior, the Poor Knights Islands' maze of archways and caves, Fiordland's spectacular red and black corals and organized swims with dolphins and fur seals. You may also spot elephant seals, penguins and whales. This book explores 75 of the best dive sites around New Zealand, with full-color photos throughout.
* dive site topography and access* common and hazardous marine life* diving services in every region* travel logistics and topside attractions* 17 easy-to-read maps
176 pp colour / 17 maps
Reisgids New Zealand - Nieuw Zeeland | Footprint
New Zealand is the perfect remedy for anyone wanting to truly escape from it all. With stunning natural beauty aplenty, from its swathes of empty beaches, to mountaintops and fjords there is something here for everyone. Footprint's fully updated 5th edition New Zealand Handbook will show you how to make the most of both the north and south islands, from getting to grips with cosmopolitan Auckland to heading off on a road trip to the magnificent Milford Sound. Including all the necessaries on where to eat and sleep and comprehensive listings of all the fantastic adventure activities and sports on offer, this guide will inspire anyone wanting to get the most from nature's playground.
A full-colour guide to lodges, guest houses and B&Bs across the whole of New Zealand; each entry has been hand-picked by the authors and chosen for its charm, character and, above all, for the exceptional friendliness of the owners.
New Zealand is a red-hot tourist destination for adventure travel, and the incredible landscape brings people from all over the world. This top-selling, definitive guide includes a full-color outdoor activities chapter, a special Maori Culture section, and an in-depth history chapter by the country's preeminent historian.
Make the most of the astonishing variety of New Zealand, from the craggy coastlines and sweeping beaches, to the bubbling volcanic mud pools and fast-flowing rivers. More detailed than its competitors, this completely updated guide features colour sections highlighting Maori culture, adventure sports and the country’s unique ecology.
Catering for every traveller, from wine buffs to Lord of the Rings freaks, The Rough Guide to New Zealand is heaving with historical and cultural detail and is packed with new maps and more photos – it even finds time to teach you the world-famous haka!
Uitgever Bradt richt zich steeds meer op de ware natuurliefhebber: hoe, wat en waar te zien is een belangrijk motto in deze speciale reisgidsen. Wat ons betreft had het allemaal nog wel wat uitgebreider gemogen, maar met deze gids mogen we echter niet mopperen! Een waar genoegen .....
New Zealand's geographical isolation has allowed an abundance of unique and unusual flora and fauna to flourish. Famous for its flightless birds such as the emblematic kiwi and the endangered takahe, it is also home to lizard-like tuataras, giant kauri trees and a rich coastal marine life. Full-colour throughout, New Zealand Wildlife provides a comprehensive overview of the natural history of the major islands of the archipelago.Thorough background information on geology, geography and palaeontology is coupled with extensive wildlife and habitat listings.
• Native and introduced species, from birds and mammals to plants and habitats
• Where to go: national parks, private reserves and recommended tramping tracks
• Illustrated with full-colour photography, making an attractive souvenir guide
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