'The approach to Aoraki Mount Cook, New Zealand's highest mountain and part of the Southern Alps range, is one of the most spectacular drives in New Zealand - and that's saying a lot'. Read more in 'A Return to Middle Earth', Lonely Planet Traveller, January 2013 Photo by Matt Munro http://www.lonelyplanet.com/magazine
With an abundance of natural attractions, adventurous activities & marine wildlife New Zealand’s South Island is perfectly suited for any type of driving holiday. http://www.newzealandbyroad.com/driving-itinerary-new-zealand-south-island-14-days/
New Zealand has a wealth of national treasures and holiday destinations worth exploring which can make planning your travel itinerary a little difficult. The perfect road trip of New Zealand wouldn’t be complete without visiting the North and South Island. Therefore, I’ve decided to outline what I believe to be the best places to visit in New Zealand.
When I arrived in New Zealand, I had never driven on the left side of the road, my camper van felt a little clunky, and I had no idea where I was going. Three months later (with the help of the lovely sounding voice on
Kitekite Falls, Piha Just a 45-minute drive from downtown Auckland, the Kitekite Falls in Piha are one of the most famous waterfalls in the Waitakere Ranges. With six drops into a large lake-like pool at the bottom, this waterfall is a must to visit with friends.