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New Zealand Travel Guide 2013
Travel information for locals exploring NZ or overseas visitors travelling to the country – this is the ultimate companion for discovering Kiwi activities, accommodation, transport, events and... More > more. Need the inside word on travelling in New Zealand? New Zealand Travel Guide is packed with information about exploring the North Island and South Island of NZ, whether you’re a backpacker travelling on a limited budget, a family seeking activities to suit children or a couple with money to spend. Between the covers of New Zealand Travel Guide, you’ll find comprehensive background information about NZ culture, nature, lifestyle, activities, food and wine, giving you a true insight into Kiwi life. There are also sections about every region from the top to the bottom of the country. So whether you’re visiting main centres like Auckland, Wellington or Queenstown, or looking for destinations a little more off the beaten track, New Zealand Travel Guide will tell you where to eat, sleep and play.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 26. New Zealand Travel Guide
New Zealand is in the southwest Pacific, three hours from Sydney, Australia and about 11 hours from Los Angeles by plane. It is an English speaking country with a population of about four million. ... More > Auckland, the largest city, has a population of around one million.
New Zealanders, like the rest of the British Commonwealth, drive on the left of the road.
New Zealand is spread over three relatively small islands with modern transportation, air flights and rail, The people speak English.
New Zealand is made up of two major islands (north and south) and several small islands:
Chatham Islands, southeast of NZ.
Cook Islands in the north.
Tokelau, up near Kiribali.
Wellington is the capital city but it's much smaller than Auckland with a population of 150,000. It's at the southern end of North Island. It's very windy there. Aotearoa is what the Maoris called New Zealand, the land of the long white cloud.< Less
Brown Bear Ski and Snowboard New Zealand 2013
Your essential companion for skiing and snowboarding New Zealand’s North and South Islands – from Whakapapa to Coronet Peak – plus travelling to ski resorts like Taupo, Queenstown... More > and Wanaka.
Packed with essential information about every New Zealand ski area, it’s no wonder that Lonely Planet calls Brown Bear Ski & Snowboard New Zealand the ‘skier’s bible’. Whether you’re a first-timer on the slopes or a seasoned skier or snowboarder, this guide has everything you need about where to stay, how to get there and what to do après ski. Authoritative, respected and reliable, Brown Bear Ski & Snowboard New Zealand includes trail maps of all the New Zealand ski areas, from big ski resorts to one-of-a-kind club ski fields (they’re open to the public, so don’t worry about being a member!). Comprehensive travel information about the main ski regions, with tips on where to eat, drink and sleep, round out the picture to help you plan the perfect winter holiday.< Less