When it comes to visiting New Zealand, one thing which we believe makes a truly unforgettable tour, is being able to experience the culture in the most authentic way possible. With the Maori language becoming more popular, one way which you can do this is by interacting with locals in their traditional language. Currently, just over a fifth of New Zealanders can speak Maori, however with more scho..
When you book your tour of Australia or New Zealand, you’ll need to prepare for a long haul flight. It can be a chance to enjoy the inflight entertainment or catch up on some sleep. But if you’re flying long haul for the first time, or haven’t had great experiences previously, we’ve put together five tips to help you make the most of your flight. (more…)..
When you’re considering what to pack for Australia, some of the most obvious essentials can easily slip your mind. One way to combat arriving down under without something you need is creating a checklist for travelling to Australia. No doubt you’ll be touring the best places in Australia, so you won’t want to waste precious time searching shops for bits and bobs you could have just brought with yo..
Yes please, no thank you, pardon me… A little politeness doesn’t cost a thing. Constantly tipping people throughout a lengthy holiday however, does. If you’re dining out each day and taking advantage of the expertise of tour guides, the tips can really add up. So if don’t want to give all of your spending money away, here is the information you need about where to tip, who to tip and when in New Z..
If you’re venturing down under soon and want to know what’s on in Sydney while you’re there, a great place to start is by researching the best events in Sydney that happen every year. As the largest city in Australia, and possibly the most exciting, Sydney’s events calendar is full to the brim no matter what time of the year you choose to visit. To give you a taste of just some of Sydney’s spectac..
Visiting Australia for the first time? With a wealth of things to discover, it’s important you choose a great tour for first timers – one that offers you ultimate Australia experience. On your first trip to Australia there are a number of cultural quirks that may come in handy knowing whilst on your travels. From the different climates to the coffee, it’s likely that down under will..
Stunning landscapes and remarkable city views are commonplace in Australia. So, it’s no surprise that movie makers from all over the world turn to this magnificent country to be the backdrop in their films. Whilst you’re touring this amazing country it’s likely you’ll come across many sights that have made it on to the big screen. But so you know what to look out for, below are six famous f..
Your dream tour of South Africa would not be complete without a taste of the famous African red bush tea. The Rooibos tea in South Africa is something you really must try. Not only does it have incredible herbal benefits, but a sip of this tea will also immerse you into the wonderful African culture through its unique aroma and taste. (more…)..
When your trip to Australia comes to an end, you’ll be left with many amazing memories. But why not also bring a little piece of Australia back with you in the form of a souvenir or gift? To help inspire your souvenir selection from your trip of a lifetime, here are some of the traditional and quirky treats we brought home from our 'Wonders of Australia' tour. (more…)..
Exploring the world with your other half is an amazing way to travel, especially when you find yourselves amidst some of the most romantic settings New Zealand has to offer. Or if you’re travelling alone, there are plenty of picturesque places for new romances to blossom. (more…)..
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