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Sustainable seafood, top drops and luxury lodges – Wairarapa’s utterly charming wine country and stunning coastlines make for a wild and wonderful weekend away.
Words Josie Steenhart THE LOCATIONResiding in the more chill part of the Viaduct, QT Auckland opens up a realm of relaxed seaside opportunities offered by the up-and-coming Westhaven quarter, from cafes and eateries to parks, […]
Swap the South Island for the island of Rarotonga – a slice of heaven in the Pacific that offers everything from brimming ocean life and brilliant white sand to decadent cocktails and a rich cultural heritage.
Christchurch-based travel writer Mike Yardley enjoys some serene spring encounters in Marlborough’s Queen Charlotte Sound.
Harbour views, stunning spa facilities and a chic makeover ensure this Auckland accommodation institution is a top spot to stay.
A literal hidden gem in the middle of gorgeous untamed nowhere, multi-award-winning build The Lindis defies conventional design ideas and instead takes its cues directly, organically – yet ultimately really quite dramatically – from nature.
Founder/designer of cult Kiwi fashion brand Jimmy D, James Dobson travels the south several times a year on sales trips, showcasing his latest collections to his stockists around the island – so he’s something of an expert on where to stay, shop, eat and imbibe.
The slick new kid on the block, laid-back yet luxurious boutique hotel The Mayfair is quietly making its presence known in the central city.
From stained-glass foxes in The Den Bar and ducks in the moat to warm cookies, celebrated 70s architecture and super comfy rooms, this unique South Island institution is ready to welcome guests once again.
Warm up and wind down this winter with a luxurious dip (or three) in Rotorua’s welcoming waters.
With gigs around the South Island, we caught up with the comedian to find out some of his favourite spots, and what to expect when he visits a town near us.
Plume and clothing label NOM*D are synonymous with Dunedin fashion, so it makes sense that designer and co-founder of both, Margarita Robertson, would be the perfect go-to for this month’s Style travel guide to the southern city.
Name a more unique accommodation than a luxury lodge inside an historic pumphouse set nearly 250m out over a lake, we’ll wait.
The primary sector has been eagerly following the journey navigated by a southern fisherman who is leading the way in sustainable fishing. Words Anna Wallace
Few localities display our pristine forests and beaches better than the deep south’s remote and ruggedly beautiful Catlins.
Feel like it’s time you headed for the hills? Kate Preece proves a day walk is within reach for even the most sedentary among us.
Justine Tyerman sees the light at Machu Picchu
Is it possible for grandparents, parents and children to travel together in harmony to the other side of the world?
While our travel keepsakes are gimmicky souvenirs and forgettable selfies, those of fashion designer Jane Daniels inspire new fabrics and fine designs.
When Cadbury manufacturing went to Tasmania, it could have spelt the end of Dunedin’s rich chocolate history. However, up stepped OCHO, and the new chocolate factory tour might change your cravings forever..
Gaynor Stanley follows capital trails to wild wine, wild life and wild creativity.
Kate Preece sees New Zealand and Australia from a new point of view, aboard the Celebrity Solstice.
The last time I was in Dunedin, I was 19 and sporting a nurse’s uniform, thanks to the debauchery that was the Undie 500..
One of New Zealand’s showcase tourism enterprises remains in family ownership after humble beginnings 65 years ago.
Clemency Alice share some tips on preventing holidays taking a toll on our skin.
If our Morocco feature has you daydreaming about which kaftans you’ll be packing, here are some mighty uprisings in neighbouring Arabian destinations to work into a stopover.
Ricci Harbuck takes her family on a 10-day discovery tour of Marrakesh, the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara regions of Morocco.
Brothers Aaron and Nathan Russ of Heritage Expeditions take combining business and leisure to entirely new level.
There are 95 million people in Vietnam and nearly all seem to be on scooters aimed at me as i try to cross a street near my Hanoi hotel.
If Christmas leaves you wistful for a winter wonderland, perhaps it’s time to put a visit to the official hometown of Santa Claus in Finnish Lapland on your wish list.
If you are yet to take a seat at the front of the plane, let us provide you with an insight into what you would expect if you were to opt for Business Class on Singapore Airlines’ A350.
There’s not a cloud in the sky, the heat is up and you’re ready to emerge, but where to go? We hunted high and low for places worthy of your time in the sun.
Been there, done that? Keep your itineraries fresh visiting these rising stars or the old favourites having another moment in the sun.
From the moment you land in Singapore, an ironic sense of calm descends. While the country boasts a population of 5.79 million, it remains easy to wander the streets without bursting that bubble of personal space.
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