New Zealand is a traveller's paradise. Boasting beautiful natural areas, diverse landscapes, and a raft of activities and attractions it is no surprise it is regularly voted as one of the globe's top travel destinations. However, with a plethora of websites, brochures and information centres, it's easy to become overloaded with the sheer quantity of information available on what to do. How then, outside of the marketing hype, does someone get the 'real oil' on the best things to do in each key New Zealand location? Travelling New Zealand solves this problem. Professional guide Simon Henshaw has spent the past 10 years travelling the country, recommending to visitors the best things to do, both on and off the beaten track. He's pulled together his inside knowledge, providing the reader with a concentrated list of 'what's hot' in New Zealand's most rewarding destinations, including everything from walks, scenic spots and lookouts, to activities and attractions.
Travelling New Zealand doesn't try to provide a comprehensive list of everything to do in an area, instead selecting only the finest offerings so the traveller can spend more time enjoying themselves, and less time sorting through the brochures. Every area is displayed using the latest generation of 3D mapping from GeographX. Through plotting the attractions on panoramic, aerial maps, a 'bird's eye' view is provided for each location and landscape. With many of New Zealand's most visited areas, such as Aoraki/Mt Cook, Central Plateau, and Mt Taranaki based around stunning landforms, Travelling New Zealand provides a unique perspective on an area, as well as an inexpensive and stunning memento for any traveller.