Lonely Planet New Zealand (Travel Guide)

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Lonely Planet New Zealand (Travel Guide)

Lonely Planet New Zealand (Travel Guide)

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DK Eyewitness Travel Guide New Zealand is a detailed, easy-to-use guide designed to help you create your own unique trip. Designed for first-time thrill-seekers and experienced enthusiasts alike, each book showcases 200 unmissable activities along with awe-inspiring photos, engaging first-hand accounts, and practical advice on how to get there, where to stay and what to eat along the way. Hellbent for Paradise is the inspiring – and often nail biting – tale of Zoë Cano’s exploits roaming the jaw-dropping natural wonders of Aotearoa New Zealand on a mission to find her own paradise. In 2011, the Johnson family of four left their comfortable home in the Pacific Northwest, trading it in for a life of. DK is the world's leading illustrated reference publisher, producing beautifully designed books for adults and children in over 120 countries.

With hundreds of full-color photographs, hand-drawn illustrations, and custom maps that illuminate every page, DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Australia truly shows you this city as no one else can. Learn intriguing ecological and historical facts about the final large landmass to be populated by humans.Check out Pocket Sydney, our smaller guide featuring the best sights and experiences for a short visit or weekend trip. Synonymous with practical travel tips, quality writing and a trustworthy 'tell it like it is' ethos, the Rough Guides list includes more than 260 travel guides to 120+ destinations, gift-books and phrasebooks.

The best places to visit in Australia are showcased with fantastic photography and detailed descriptions, plus DK's unique illustrations and floor plans. You'll also find our content online, and in mobile apps, video, 14 languages, nine international magazines, armchair and lifestyle books, ebooks, and more. When planning a holiday, these books about New Zealand travel can serve as a starting point and source of inspiration.

Then the heady excitement of the University, but with it a yet more demanding course of lessons—Jill embracing new ideas, new possibilities, while at the same time trying to be mother to her mother and resenting it, escaping into drink, pulling herself back, striking a balance. All the practical information you could need is included, from road conditions and length of drive to parking information and opening hours. Anna was never anything like those ‘real’ runners on telly – all spindly limbs, tiny shorts and split times – but when she read about New Zealand’s 3,000-kilometre-long Te Araroa Trail, she began to wonder… perhaps being a ‘real’ runner was overrated.

We’ve collected a list of books, guides, and stories that we find to be the most useful and inspiring for anyone interested in visiting New Zealand, the North Island and South Island. The country is a land of extremes, from the soaring glaciers and mountains of the Southern Alps to the belching, bubbling mud pools of Rotorua and the rumbling volcanic peaks of Tongariro National Park (so forbidding that it doubled as Mordor in Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy).

Along the way, Zoë encounters colourful people from all walks of life, including artists and musicians, sheep farmers, Maori fishermen, a healer, stargazers, fellow travellers and even motorcycle gangs who’ll all open her eyes and introduce her to the raw underbelly of the country. Now, the best of her stories, essays, and voyage logs are collected in this freshly-edited volume for all to enjoy. Take advantage of this special offer: Download the e-book FREE with the purchase of the print edition!

From the outset of this 5, 000 kilometre road trip odyssey, this free-spirited motorcycle traveller is pushed to her limits as a series of catastrophic cyclones come crashing through New Zealand. In Wellington, there are boutique properties filled with contemporary art or exuding mid-century chic, often serving up top-notch Kiwi cuisine. This practical travel guide to New Zealand features detailed factual travel tips and points-of-interest structured lists of all iconic must-see sights as well as some off-the-beaten-track treasures. Then they'd have to figure out what on earth you do with 500 olive trees that hadn't been pruned for years, a geriatric rooster, warring hens, an obese kunekune pig, cast sheep, marauding cattle, and understanding your neighbors when they said "yiece" but meant "yes".The Rough Guide to New Zealand covers: Auckland and around, Northland, Waikato and the Coromandel, Rotorua and the Bay of Plenty, Central North Island, Eastern North Island, Wellington and the south, Marlborough, Nelson and Kaikoura, The west coast, Christchurch and Canterbury, Otago, Fiordland and Southland. At the Waitomo Caves, there’s a rather different activity on offer — “black water rafting”, where you can climb into a wetsuit and clamber through subterranean tunnels before floating along an underground river lit by tiny glow-worms clinging to the stalactites above like an endless starry sky. There are well-appointed campsites in beautiful locations, and generous wild camping laws mean it’s possible to set up camp for free in many public spaces across the country. More than 1,100 full-color photographs, detailed street-by-street maps, and listings of all major attractions help provide endless fun for any vacation.



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