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Table Of Contents

Holidays
Money Matters
Accommodations
Adventures
Tramping
Rafting
Kayaking & Canoeing
Jet-Boating
Sailing
Skydiving
Scenic Flights
Horse Trekking
Mountain Biking
Bungy Jumping
North Island
Auckland
Auckland Central City
North of Auckland
Hauraki Gulf Islands
Waiheke Island
Northland
The Kauri Coast
Matakohe
Dargaville
Baylys Beach
Kai Iwi Lakes
Kauri Forests
Hokianga Harbour
Rawene
The Far North
Ahipara
Doubtless Bay
The Bay of Islands
Kerikeri
Paihia & Russell
On the Road to Tutukaka
Tutukaka
Whangarei
Whangarei to Warkworth
Waikato
Hamilton
Tourist Information
All Around Hamilton
Waitomo
Information
Rotorua
In Maori Culture
Thermal Reserves
Spas
On Water
On Foot
On Bikes
On Horses & the Farm
With Adrenaline
In the Air
Sightseeing
Where to Stay
Where to Eat
The Central Plateau
Lake Taupo & Around
Cultural Activities
Thermal Activities
Turangi & Tokaanu
Tongariro National Park
Ohakune
Hawke’s Bay
Napier, Hastings & Havelock North
Manawatu
State Highway 1
Horowhenua
Palmerston North
Wellington
Watchable Wildlife
Hutt Valley
Wairarapa
Getting Here
Martinborough
Kapiti Coast
Otaki
Waikanae
Paraparaumu
South Island
Marlborough
Blenheim, Renwick & the Wine Country
Havelock & West
Nelson
Information Sources
Nelson & Around
Nelson to Farewell Spit
Mapua
Motueka
Takaka & Golden Bay
Collingwood & Farewell Spit
Abel Tasman National Park
Kahurangi National Park
Great Walks
Nelson Lakes National Park
Walks
Where to Stay in St. Arnaud
Murchison
West Coast
The Buller Gorge to Westport
Inland to Greymouth
Westport North to Karamea
Westport
Punakaiki & Paparoa National Park
Punakaiki to Greymouth
Greymouth
From Greymouth to Hokitika
Hokitika
Hokitika to the Glaciers
The Glaciers
Franz Josef
The Glaciers to Haast
The Haast Pass
Canterbury
Christchurch
Kaikoura
Hurunui
West to the Lewis Pass
Selwyn District
Ashburton
Central South Island
Mackenzie Country & Aoraki/Mt. Cook
Lake Tekapo
Aoraki/Mt. Cook
Aoraki/Mt.Cook
Otago
Dunedin
n Information Sources 343
Otago Peninsula
Queenstown
Arrowtown
Central Otago
Cromwell
Alexandra
Clyde
Dunedin to Central Otago & the Roxburgh Valley
Places to Stay
The Maniototo or “Plain of Blood”
Ranfurly
RANFURLY
Naseby & Dansey’s Pass
Ranfurly to Alexandra
Coastal Otago
Waitaki
Fiordland
Emergency Services
On the Road
On Horses
On the Farm
Te Anau
Milford Sound
Manapouri
Where to Eat in Te Anau
Maori Language
Kiwi English
Index
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New Zealand Pocket Adventures

New Zealand Pocket Adventures

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Tramp through the Waipoua Forest, dive the East Coast shipwrecks, cycle the Bream Trail. Tour the wineries of Waiheke Island and Matakana. Immerse yourself in the Maori culture. Dunk in the hot springs and wander the caves of Waikato. Canoe the Whanganui River. Visit the seal colonies and nature reserves. Hike the glaciers and climb Mt. Cook. Take an eco-tour, with albatross encounters and dolphin swims in Kaikoura. Detailed information on where to stay in every area, from the best values in hotels to recommended campsites, plus everything you ll want to know about the restaurants and foods. The history, the sights and how to see them, all the museums, the art galleries and what you ll find there, the parks and gardens, the mountains and beaches. Shopping, theater, nightlife, entertainment, festivals, scenic drives, city attractions. As a Pocket Adventure Guide, this shows you how to experience the country more intensely and directly than most travelers know how to do seeing the place close-up, through walks, fishing, sailing, kayaking, diving, horseback excursions, culinary adventures, meeting the people. Other guides lack this level of detail, the adventure perspective and the emphasis on direct experience of the country. As a native New Zealander, Bette Flagler delivers an insider s knowledge that you won t find in other guides.

"An activity guide packed with detail on everything from horseback riding and camping to fishing, cruising, hiking and more. Chapters are organized regionally and make it easy to look up local accommodations and eateries, inland and water adventures, and there are even small local maps for quick consultation." -- Midwest Book Review

"I enjoyed your book a great deal. When you can read a travel book like a novel, that says something." -- Rita Shelley

"The book is great. I love the www references, the personal touches and for me the descriptions and comments make me feel like I am already there." -- Richard Hart

"We just used your book again for our second trip to New Zealand. We loved the humorous and honest comments about all the adventures, etc. It was invaluable and fun to read while we were exploring." -- Bonnie

Upload the Scribd version of the guide here.

Or buy the print edition (448 pages) at www.hunterpublishing.com/index.cfm?Bookid=1-58843-597-0.

You can also download the Amazon Kindle edition at http://www.amazon.com/New-Zealand-Pocket-Adventures/dp/B001OW5RSS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1234667003&sr=1-1.
Tramp through the Waipoua Forest, dive the East Coast shipwrecks, cycle the Bream Trail. Tour the wineries of Waiheke Island and Matakana. Immerse yourself in the Maori culture. Dunk in the hot springs and wander the caves of Waikato. Canoe the Whanganui River. Visit the seal colonies and nature reserves. Hike the glaciers and climb Mt. Cook. Take an eco-tour, with albatross encounters and dolphin swims in Kaikoura. Detailed information on where to stay in every area, from the best values in hotels to recommended campsites, plus everything you ll want to know about the restaurants and foods. The history, the sights and how to see them, all the museums, the art galleries and what you ll find there, the parks and gardens, the mountains and beaches. Shopping, theater, nightlife, entertainment, festivals, scenic drives, city attractions. As a Pocket Adventure Guide, this shows you how to experience the country more intensely and directly than most travelers know how to do seeing the place close-up, through walks, fishing, sailing, kayaking, diving, horseback excursions, culinary adventures, meeting the people. Other guides lack this level of detail, the adventure perspective and the emphasis on direct experience of the country. As a native New Zealander, Bette Flagler delivers an insider s knowledge that you won t find in other guides.

"An activity guide packed with detail on everything from horseback riding and camping to fishing, cruising, hiking and more. Chapters are organized regionally and make it easy to look up local accommodations and eateries, inland and water adventures, and there are even small local maps for quick consultation." -- Midwest Book Review

"I enjoyed your book a great deal. When you can read a travel book like a novel, that says something." -- Rita Shelley

"The book is great. I love the www references, the personal touches and for me the descriptions and comments make me feel like I am already there." -- Richard Hart

"We just used your book again for our second trip to New Zealand. We loved the humorous and honest comments about all the adventures, etc. It was invaluable and fun to read while we were exploring." -- Bonnie

Upload the Scribd version of the guide here.

Or buy the print edition (448 pages) at www.hunterpublishing.com/index.cfm?Bookid=1-58843-597-0.

You can also download the Amazon Kindle edition at http://www.amazon.com/New-Zealand-Pocket-Adventures/dp/B001OW5RSS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1234667003&sr=1-1.

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