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Things to do in Wanaka in Autumn and Winter 2020: Low-Key Charming Town for Sports and Relaxation
A quiet and low-key charming town, suitable for sports and relaxation, whether it is parachuting in summer, hiking in spring, autumn leaves watching, or winter skiing Located in the Wanaka Lake District, Wanaka is less than 100 km from Queenstown and is considered the premier destination for tourism and holiday outside Queenstown. The outdoor activities here are comparable to Queenstown, and it is a must-see destination outside of Queenstown. It is suitable for a stay of 1-2 days.
TripBlogOct 27, 2020 0 693
9 Most Popular Winter Resorts Worldwide in 2020
Sapporo: One of the Most Snowiest Cities || Sapporo in Hokkaido is a northern city known for the snow. The snowflake-shaped city emblem expresses the citizens' love for snowflakes. | All of Japan revels in the Sapporo Snow Festival, held every winter in Odori Park. Snow sculpture contestants use their imaginations to the fullest to bring the winter scenery to life, on display for tourists from all over the world!
TripBlogOct 27, 2020 0 723
Top 10 Best Places for Fall Weddings
A wedding is most important event in anyone’s life so it is essential to have a memorable wedding which will stay with you for a lifetime. In today’s times where social media makes a huge impact and the love for travel increasing, having a destination wedding has become a trend. The fact that many of the celebrities have their ceremonies in some of the exotic Wedding Venues plays a major role in choosing a destination.
TripBlogOct 22, 2020 0 812
If You Want to Go to Sea to Watch Whales, Seals, Dolphins and Lobsters, Then Kaikoura can Satisfy All Your Sea-going Requirements
Kaikoura: the combination of snow mountain and sea The views are described as "facing the blue sea and backed by magnificent snowy mountains" in Kaikoura, a beautiful seaside town between Christchurch and Picton in New Zealand. There is no place like Kaikoura where the snowy mountains and sea can be combined so perfectly. What makes Kaikoura unique is that it is a place where you can see a variety of marine wildlife - sperm whales, seals, dolphins, albatrosses, etc. At the same time, it's a good place to eat lobster, whether you choose to go out and fish for it yourself, or eat it in a lobster restaurant in the street.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 1,305
Ascend Into The Sky and Back Down to The Ground. Climb Along Ice and Explore A Cave. Hike on Foot and Enjoy The Charm of The Fox Glacier
The Fox Glacier is one of the two most famous glaciers on the West Coast. It is about a half-hour drive from Franz Josef Glacier. You must not miss the classic helicopter glacier hiking. Lake Matheson near the glacier is also one of the highlights.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 460
Wonderful Fjords, Skydiving Paradise, the Glenorchy Settlement and so on Could be Found Around Queenstown.
There are many beautiful towns and natural scenery around Queenstown, and tourists, who want to choose 2 or 3 places for travel according to the own preference, would select the Queenstown as the base.
TripBlogDec 26, 2019 0 425
Top 10 Beaches in New Zealand
Top 10 beaches in New Zealand The sceneries are reflected not only in the sea but also on the shores. The beaches in New Zealand are both lively and remote. They reflect completely different and unique sceneries due to their different geographical locations. Let's look at these popular beaches together.
TripBlogDec 26, 2019 0 950
Queenstown New Zealand: Outdoor Paradise Will Make Your Adrenaline Soar.
Queenstown is often praised as New Zealand's “Adventure Capital” and “Outdoor Paradise”... It can be said that Queenstown is made up of a variety of outdoor activities. Bungee jumping, skydiving, paragliding... each one will make your adrenaline soar!
TripBlogDec 25, 2019 0 1,084
The 9 Best Attractions in Queenstown
New Zealand is one of the most pristinely gorgeous countries in the world, and the Southern Alps, home to picturesque Queenstown, is one of the most beautiful areas in New Zealand. Let's have a look at Queenstown.
TripBlogDec 25, 2019 0 743
Explore This Place of Art and Culture in Wellington, Including Museums, Squares and Botanical Gardens
Explore this place of art and culture in Wellington, including museums, squares and botanical gardens
TripBlogDec 18, 2019 0 450
See Blue Penguins and the Moeraki Boulders, And Go Back in Time to a Victorian-Era European Style Town
You can reach the town of Oamaru by traveling 114 kilometers north from Dunedin. This exquisite seaside European town boasts a cool steampunk museum and rare blue penguins and yellow-eyed penguins. The famous Moeraki Boulders are scattered along the coast 40 kilometers south of Oamaru.
TripBlogDec 17, 2019 0 1,582
The Celebrities From Lord of the Rings Have Visited the Shooting Ring, The Late Studio, and the Premiere Theater
If you like Lord of The Rings, then go check out Wellington. It was an important location for the Lord of the Rings trilogy. It is the hometown of Peter Jackson and also is the location of the Wet Studio who did the special effects. It also has the world premiere of the Embassy Theater! Known as “Middle of Middle Earth (Center of Middle-Earth)”.
TripBlogDec 13, 2019 0 961
As the Popular Food List of Dunedin and Surrounding Areas, How Could You Miss that as a Foodie
There are many restaurants in Dunedin and surrounding Oamaru and Moeraki. With different flavors, it has restaurants with tasty food in different countries, coffee and dessert shops with full sentiment.
TripBlogDec 12, 2019 0 507
6 Must-Do Things in Queenstown, New Zealand
Queenstown is also one of the most popular vacationing spots in New Zealand. Even if you’re not a fan of outdoor extreme sports, you can take sightseeing cable cars or boat tours, go for a wine tasting or a spa session. There’s something for everyone here.
TripBlogDec 3, 2019 0 894
Exploring Greymouth: A Historic New Zealand Gold-Mining Town
Greymouth is the largest city and cultural center in the West Coast region in the South Island of New Zealand. It is an important base for exploring the West Coast.It is about a 2.5-hour drive from the Franz Josef Glacier and the Fox Glacier, and there is also the famous TranzAlpine Train to and from Christchurch.
TripBlogDec 3, 2019 0 1,757
All Kinds of Blue, Such as Milky Blue, Azure Blue, Lazuli Blue, Etc., They Interpret the Lakes of New Zealand Incisively and Vividly.
All kinds of blue, such as milky blue, azure blue, lazuli blue, etc., they interpret the lakes of New Zealand incisively and vividly.
TripBlogNov 20, 2019 0 620
Travel Places List in November
Chiang Mai The Rose of Northern Thai Don’t miss: The annual Skylight Festival celebrates Thailand's Water Lantern Festival every November, and the best travel place to participate in this traditional festival is Chiang Mai. During the Water Lantern Festival, Chiang Mai will hold grand skylight activities, like flying lit skylights up into the sky, which are very spectacular. Leisure itinerary for travel If you want to visit Chiang Mai in a leisurely manner, it takes at least 4 or 5 days. You can spend 2 days in exploring the historic sites of Chiang Mai Moat and another two days in going out of the Chiang Mai Moat for a day trip.
TripBlogNov 18, 2019 0 417
Auckland's 9 Most Popular Restaurants, Whether for Visual or Gustative Experience, There is Always One that Would Capture of Your Heart
Auckland's 9 most popular restaurants, whether for visual or gustative experience, there is always one that would capture of your heart
TripBlogNov 13, 2019 0 438
10 Things to do in A Town Under The Night Sky: Experience The Pure, Natural and Peaceful Charm of A Small Town
Lake Tekapo: the most beautiful night sky and lakes Tekapo is a small town located in the south of Lake Tekapo. It is a very popular spot for those visiting New Zealand’s South Island. Lake Tekapo is one of New Zealand’s most famous lakes. Its blue waters set against the backdrop of the mountain ranges in the distance, coupled with a rustic church for the shepherds close to the lakeshore - these are all scenes straight out from a postcard. Lake Tekapo is known for its night skies.
TripBlogNov 7, 2019 0 1,148
Walkways Around Queenstown
The picturesque scenery and pure environment in New Zealand make people fall in love with nature. Hiking, the simplest and lowest cost outdoor activity for people of all ages, has been developed to the extreme there. Therefore, it has helped attract outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world to enjoy the country's lakes, mountains, blue sea and blue sky. Queenstown is known as "the world's hiking capital". There are several walkways with different lengths and difficulty levels around Queenstown. If you come to Queenstown, don't miss this opportunity. According to your specific situation, choose one of the following walkways.
TripBlogNov 6, 2019 0 460
Eight Must-Do Things in Queenstown
Located near the Southern Alps and Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s most popular destinations. It is both a leisurely resort and a lively outdoor paradise where you can try out all kinds of exciting extreme outdoor sports, such as bungee jumping, parachuting and paragliding.
TripBlogNov 5, 2019 0 388
Nature Lovers' Guide to Auckland New Zealand
Auckland, New Zealand, is a beautiful city that lies in the North Island. It is a cosmopolitan, diverse, and multicultural city with the largest Polynesian population in the world. The city is nestled between mountain ranges on the north-west and south-east and water bodies to the east and south-west. The isthmus on which the central part of urban Auckland rests, likes between the Manukua Harbour of the Tasman Sea and Waitemata Harbour of the Pacific Ocean. The Hunua Ranges and the Waitakere Ranges- line the city surroundings with hills that have many dormant volcanoes.
TripBlogNov 5, 2019 0 919
An Ultimate Guide for an Adventure to the West Coast
The west coast states of New Zealand is a passionate adventure seekers delight with its untamed, unpolluted natural wilderness of rivers, rainforests, glaciers, mountains, and many geological treasures., the diverse, vibrant nature at its pristine best. This is a very sparsely populated land with just about 33,000 people, in an area less than 600 km long and 50 km wide which consists of the districts of Buller, Grey, and Westland. The west coast states are also called the Westland or The Coast and the inhabitants here are called Coasters. The area spreads from the Kahuranji point in the north to Awarua Point in the south and the rough Tasman Sea in the west to the awesome Southern Alps to the East, an expanse of stunning natural beauty still untouched by the modern development activities or agriculture and their downside unlike in other parts of New Zealand or elsewhere.
TripBlogNov 4, 2019 0 421
Special Souvenirs in New Zealand
Special souvenirs in New Zealand When traveling to New Zealand, the most popular products you can buy are wool products, health-care products (such as honey and fish oil), and Maori handicrafts, as well as chocolate and cosmetics. The buying list is drawn up, where to buy is a problem! Honestly, there is nothing more comprehensive or affordable in the south island than what you can buy in Christchurch.
TripBlogOct 31, 2019 0 644
Embracing farm life: Niche Travel Choices in New Zealand
Here are just some reasons to embrace farm life in New Zealand. New Zealand is a large exporter of meat, merino wool, kiwi fruits, and more. Farms and ranches are common, and cattle, sheep, fishing, aquaculture, cows, pigs, horses, hens, deer, goats, and llamas in paddocks form a part of the rural landscapes of both the south and north islands. Nature has also blessed the country with some beauteous views, mountain ranges, extremely cold winters, plenty of water sources and tons of opportunities for vacationers to make the most of their holidays.
TripBlogOct 30, 2019 0 1,348
Hiking or Surfing: Travel for Nature Near Wellington New Zealand
Hiking is walking a long distance, across the country, along a specific trail. In other words, surf hiking is walking up a stretch of coast in search of waves. As you are on foot and traveling slower, you’ll be much more in tune with the area, tide, and waves. Sometimes hiking can be challenging and lasts for days, including camping; on the other hand, sometimes it can be a long day walk at a steady pace. It’s a powerful cardio workout that helps you with Lower your risk of heart disease and makes you stronger. It also improves your blood pressure, blood sugar levels, and boosts bone density, since walking is a weight-bearing exercise. Getting outside for even a short hike regularly can help. While hiking you are walking from a lower elevation to a higher elevation, which entails a lot more effort than walking since the path in hiking trails is more difficult, whereas while waking, you are just walking on smooth and flat path, without too many hurdles.
TripBlogOct 28, 2019 0 553
10 Most Family-Friendly Attractions in Wellington New Zealand
What best can you describe other than traveling with your best family and exploring a country like New Zealand? One of the other happiness of visiting a world 2nd safest place with your family would be like the memory of your lifetime. Yes, New Zealand is the safest known country in the world and a beautiful and must-watch country in the world.
TripBlogOct 25, 2019 0 569
8 Cool Things to Do in Christchurch
Christchurch is the largest city of New Zealand on the South Island. It is the oldest established city in New Zealand, but it was discovered recently, so for the world, it is the newest city having some secrets to rediscover. The city is known as the "Garden City" because it is filled with beautiful parks, gardens, and tree-lined streets. The beautiful city rests beside the banks of the Avon River and the Heathcote River.
TripBlogOct 24, 2019 0 760
The Soothing Guide to Queenstown New Zealand
Queenstown, New Zealand, is a scenic town in the Southern Island and one of the most beautiful regions offering year-round attractions. The town is at the mouth of Lake Wakatipu and is surrounded by the beautiful Southern Alps Mountains. It is a place well renowned for adventure sports, vineyards, and its old mining town.
TripBlogOct 21, 2019 0 982
10 BEST Stargazing Places In The World
Why should stargazing be on your bucket list? Do you know that about 66% of the global population and 80% of our children cannot see the hazy center of the Milky Way even in the starry night sky? Are you aware that the light rays from electric bulbs scatter and strike dust, smoke, and air molecules scattering even more till they block the view of the stars completely? That is why stargazing spots are needed at sky preserves so we can watch the natural starry skies and the wonders they hold.
TripBlogOct 18, 2019 0 668
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