A Canoe Safari on the Whanganui River

Listed as one of New Zealand’s nine Great Walks the Whanganui River Journey isn’t a walk at all. Instead of tramping a well-trodden trail, those who seek to disconnect from the outside world paddle a 157km s...

Preparing To Hike The Tongariro Crossing

New Zealand’s Tongariro Alpine Crossing wends its way 19.4km through the country’s oldest National Park and a dual World Heritage Area. Featuring extending volcanic terrain, unique and dramatic landforms and a range of endemic flora and fauna this world ren...

Getting High In A Helicopter Over Queenstown

New Zealand’s South Island encompasses some of the most dramatic scenery in the world. Alpine lakes, rugged peaks, archaic glaciers and lush rainforest all combine in a never ending landscape of picture perfect views. Defined by a mountainous backbone of sn...

An Underworld Adventure In Te Ananui Cave

In the northern corner of the South Island’s West Coast, sits Paparoa National Park. One of 14 National Parks in the New Zealand, Paparoa is most noted for the impressive blow holes carved by millennia of waves crashing onto a section of the rugged coastline ...

Kayaking The Glacial Waters Of Wanaka

There are times when I contemplate pinching myself, just to check that I’m not dreaming. When the scene before me is just too idyllic, or when the sky is a shade of blue so uniform that it looks as though rendered in Photoshop I find myself unable to do anyth...