American photographer Charles Anderson travelled around New Zealand in March & April in 2019 on a MoaTrek Small Group Tour and took hundreds of wonderful photographs all over the country. This is an audio interview with Charles in which he talks in depth about his trip from a photography perspective, he tells us the stories behind his favourite photos, shares his tips on what gear to bring and explains his techniques for getting photographs while being part of our Kakapo 21 Day North & South Island Tour.
The full interview is just over an hour and you can listen by clicking here on the SoundCloud file below. There's also a full transcript of the interview here on this page below and we've inserted the pictures he's talking about into the interview at the appropriate time so you can follow along.
If you love food, wine and unique travel experiences then New Zealand is probably already on your bucket list. This article is a guide for overseas travellers planning a trip of 2 to 3 weeks in New Zealand, we’ll introduce you to our wine regions, the best wines to try and our recommendations for the best wineries to visit on your trip.
When you ask people around the world what they think of New Zealand, most will say something like “such a beautiful country”. The image the world has of New Zealand is one of stunning, unspoiled landscapes with very few people around and most of these amazing spots are within New Zealand’s National Parks. Places like Milford Sound, Aoraki Mt Cook and Tongariro are all within our national park system.
For many years New Zealand has been a coveted destination. More people are discovering this piece of paradise after great shout outs from publications like Lonely Planet and Conde Nast Traveler. So, it’s time you got there and had a look for yourself. In this article we'll offer our suggestions for a three week itinerary of New Zealand, covering both the North and South Islands.
New Zealand is a small country in the South Pacific. It consists of two large islands referred to as the North and Souths Islands, as well as many smaller ones. With a coastline of 9,400 miles and spectacular mountains, it’s coastal, it’s rugged and it’s breathtakingly beautiful.
The terrain and activities are diverse and it’s an awesome country to visit. You won’t be disappointed. People are very friendly and it’s a safe place to be.