Jules And Matt On Tour's New Zealand Posts

The weather had been less than desirable for the previous two weeks and had repeatedly disrupted our travel plans. We had two options: sit in the rain of the…

While a big storm front had been forecasted to hit most parts of the South Island, we were patiently anticipating to wait out the storm, not planning any long…

DIAMOND LAKE - ROCKY MOUNTAIN The Diamond Lake - Rocky Mountain track is a shorter walk (2-3 hour return) close to Wanaka and one of my favourites in New…

While Milford Sound is New Zealand’s poster girl for the Fiordland National Park and draws visitors from near and far, Doubtful Sound is much less visited, more…

Queenstown is a wondrous place that 99% of visitors coming to the country’s South Island stop at. It is New Zealand’s, if not the world’s, high risk activity…

“Mount Fyffe and the Seaward Kaikoura Range dominate the Kaikoura skyline. Superb views over the Kaikoura plains and peninsula reward those who climb on Mt…

Often described as New Zealand’s greatest day walk, its reputation does it full justice. The 6-8 hour hike (walking time, excluding numerous photo stops)…

New Zealand’s most active volcano is a world of its own. An early start to the day and a cloudless sky were the perfect conditions for a trip to the island. On…

In December 2001 I saw Sir Peter Jackson’s The Fellowship of the Ring at the cinema. Arriving at home, I almost immediately started reading my mother’s old and…
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