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Winter - What to do in Queenstown
Anne Baumscheiper
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Anne Baumscheiper

Being a German girl Anne is used to getting out and about during her northern winter months so she was curious to see what the famed winter resort town of Queenstown had to offer in and around the surrounding area's. So to find out have a read of her blog, Winter - What to do in Queenstown?  

Ready to hit the slopes? Take a look at our self drive snow tours and strap on the skiis.

Anne Baumscheiper
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Anne Baumscheiper

New Zealand Golf - Showcasing our Top Ten Courses
Steve Taylor
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Steve Taylor

Golf is one of the few games that does not have the constraint of a set playing field or pitch and therefore each course can be uniquely different allowing designers to take full advantage of, and work around, natural elements such as bodies of water, hills, grasslands and the all important vista orientation. The ultimate success of a course is not only determined by the challenges of that particular field but also the all important outdoor experience.

Steve Taylor
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Steve Taylor

A Biscuit a Day Kept the Reaper Away - US students lost for 9 days
Brent Narbey
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Brent Narbey

This week two US students trapped in New Zealand's South Island wilderness by a snowstorm, trekked back out to safety after surviving their nine-day ordeal by rationing their meager supplies to a biscuit and jelly per day. "I believe when you go into the bush you take your life into your own hands and need to be prepared to handle whatever conditions occur,"  said 21 year old  Alec Brown . "We could have been more prepared, but in the end we were prepared enough to walk ourselves out." We disagree.

Brent Narbey
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Brent Narbey

Diving in New Zealand - A world of dive locations in one island paradise
Brent Narbey
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Brent Narbey

Sub-tropical reefs, clear water springs and wrecks are the spectacular foundation on hundreds of dive sites along the often indented 15,000km (9320 miles) of coastline and in numerous lakes and rivers, many of which are of world class standard. New Zealand is truly a diver’s paradise. British Born John Hopkins joined our 10 day diving adventure through New Zealand - this is his story.

Brent Narbey
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Brent Narbey

Chancellor Dome Overnight Hike – Fox Glacier
Brent Narbey
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Brent Narbey

One of the most stunning natural wonders in New Zealand has to be Fox Glacier. At 13kms, Fox Glacier (Te Moeka o Tuawe) is the longest of the awe-inspiring West Coast glaciers, and its 36 square km neve is bigger than the size of Christchurch city!  But to really experience what it has to offer you need to get near its head – and that’s a two-day trip.

Brent Narbey
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Brent Narbey