New Zealand is the perfect destination for hiking. They even have their own word for it: tramping. I became quite an expert on my new found hobby and would like to share this guide to some of my favourite walks with you.
A snowy Spring tramp: Caples Track, Te Anau to Glenorchy
A post-calving holiday was needed to I set off to complete one of New Zealand’s Great Walks. Sadly the Spring snow melted my plans so I walked the Caples Track instead. An interesting adventure as always with beautiful photos to match.
Christchurch, Oamaru and Maoraki: Cycling New Zealand – Part 6
Cool coffee in Christchurch, penguins and seals in Oamaru and fresh fish and fun photos in Maoraki, it finally felt like we were on holiday. Find out about our adventure here >
Wanaka to the West Coast: Cycling New Zealand – Part 3
After quite an ordeal the day before, we woke early in Glendhu Bay on Lake Wanaka. Almost every day on this “holiday” we were up before 7am. No rest for the wicked. The previous day’s cycle literally broke us so we decided to spend a couple of days tramping. For those of you from Europe…Continue reading Wanaka to the West Coast: Cycling New Zealand – Part 3