Active travelers trust National Geographic to deliver what they want in a guidebook: expert advice, insider tips, and the cultural feel of each destination not easily found online. These guides are pitch-perfect for today's experiential travel enthusiasts who want an authentic, enriching immersion. From the heart of Auckland and Christchurch to the lakes around Queenstown; from the fjords of Milford Sound to towering Mt. Cook on the South Island; and from the beautiful Bay of Islands to the bubbling sulfur springs of Rotorua in the North, this guide gives you every tool you need to plan a trip to this unique land on the other side of the world. Experiential sidebars abound, including one on how to live and work on an organic farm, one on the hidden corners of the country where you can spot a real Kiwi bird, and another on places to learn to surf. The book also features guided drives and hikes through some of the land's most spectacular natural scenery. Whether you're checking out the subterranean glowworms at Waitomo Caves or trekking along the famous Milford Track, this guide has everything you need for a memorable trip.
Australian by birth, journalist by trade, and wanderer by nature, PETER TURNER has been a regular visitor to the Land of the Long White Cloud for more than two decades, drawn by family ties and a love of New Zealand's natural splendor. He has traveled the length and breadth of the country three times on writing assignments. As a travel writer and photographer specializing in Southeast Asia and the South Pacific, Turner has written for newspapers, magazines, and more than 20 guidebooks. COLIN MONTEATH is a photographer, writer, and mountaineer who has traveled widely in the polar and high mountain regions of the world. In 1983, he started Hedgehog House in New Zealand, a photographic library that specializes in polar, mountain, natural history, and travel imagery. Colin's assignments have taken him to countries on nearly every continent, and his pictures and stories have appeared in National Geographic, Time,New Zealand Geographic, and many other publications around the world.
Publisher: National Geographic (September 30, 2009)
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