New Zealand is an incredibly beautiful country, so you may think everybody knows that… The truth is some people don’t! That’s why Tourism New Zealand and others are producing amazing videos to showcase the beauty of our country. Here’s our selection.
Obviously Tourism New Zealand has a huge budget for this, and it shows. Their latest campaign is one of the best...Read More
The spectacular drive between Darwin and Broome, also known as the Savannah Way, imposes itself as one of the best outback road trip adventures in Down Under. From crocs sunbathing in gorges and palm trees sprouting from red cliffs, to canoeing down the Ord River and endless bird-watching opportunities, this route will offer a plentitude of memorable moments.
Darwin to Katherine
The journey...Read More
The best way to enjoy the many regional and national parks of the North Island and the South Island is to sleep there. DOC (Department Of Conservation) manages the nature reserves of New Zealand and allows you to spend your nights in amazing campsites for around $10 NZD per night.
These campsites are often in some of the best locations around the country – in national parks, alongside...Read More
The city of bridges, most awe-inspiring skyline and a melting pot of tourist activities. Ask any Sydney-sider and he will proudly say he lives in the most beautiful city in the entire world. Splashed by the great Pacific Ocean on the right and fenced with a massive Blue Mountains range on the left, this place truly has it all, and is as such on everyone’s bucket list.
While this is something...Read More
If you plan to visit Australia, or more specifically Tasmania, this summer, you’re in for a treat. This summer will see many different events, festivals and celebrations organised all over the place and you’re sure to find something to your liking.
Towards the end of the summer, City Park in Launceston comes to life, as people from all parts of the world flock to attend Festivale....Read More
There are few people who don’t like picnics, especially when the weather is nice. Not many things are better than enjoying nature in company of those you love, with fine and carefully prepared food and drinks.
Unlike those from the past, present-day picnics don’t feature furniture, silver cutlery and servants running around in an attempt to please their masters. Everything is less formal,...Read More