Must see picturesque New Zealand lakes

Must see picturesque New Zealand lakes

Did you know there is more than 4000 lakes in this amazing country? These are the most stunning lakes in New Zealand and there are some truly fascinating facts about them… Lake Te Anau is second largest lake by surface area in New Zealand and it’s more than 4oom deep. Most of this lake is … Continue reading

Fascinating Redwoods

Fascinating Redwoods

Amazing place just five minutes from downtown Rotorua is Whakarewarewa Forest known by the locals as Redwoods. People come here to ride a mountain bike, enjoy horse riding and a walk along great walking tracks. For me the most fascinating thing was Treewalk. It consists of 23 suspension bridges between 22 Californian coastal redwoods. The view of … Continue reading

Meeting of the seas

Meeting of the seas

This is definitely one more special place in New Zealand. Cape Reinga is the spot where two seas clash. It is the meeting point of Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean. Really amazing. You can see how unsettled the water is, it looks like a race. If you are watching from atop the view is absolutely perfect…

Weekend getaway: Lake Te Anau

Weekend getaway: Lake Te Anau

Situated on the west coast, within Fiordland National Park, Lake Te Anau is a part of the travel itinerary of every wanderer here in New Zealand. This small town, with a population of only 2000, is a starting point for three New Zealand Great Walks (Milford Track, Kepler Track and Routeburn Track) and it is the … Continue reading

Dawn on the far south

Dawn on the far south

This is the road from Invercargill to Queenstown. I drove down this road a few times before but never this early in the morning. The atmosphere is totally different. It’s so calm and peaceful… And look at that mist that makes it even more amazing. I think I should get up earlier more often and … Continue reading

One of a kind: Larnach Castle

One of a kind: Larnach Castle

What a great weekend was that! Summer came pretty late this year to New Zealand so it was nice to finally feel those hot sun’s rays. From Invercargill, where we live at the moment, to Dunedin it takes around two and a half hours so it was a perfect spot for a weekend getaway. There … Continue reading