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SH 1, Kaikoura 7371, New Zealand
This architectural, horticultural, and culinary masterpiece in the eastern New Zealand town of Kaikoura consists of a main lodge as well as five modern wood cabins stilted above the treetops. It’s no surprise that Hapuku’s owners, the...
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Tawa and Huia Street, Oneroa, Auckland 1081, New Zealand
Perched just up the hill from the white sands of Oneroa Beach on Waiheke Island, the Boatshed fulfills the wainscoted, shuttered, pitch-roofed holiday images that dwell in the minds of beach lovers the world over. Originally the vacation cottages...
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182 Wakefield St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand
Burn a few calories while adding many more during Zest’s Walking Gourmet tour of downtown. A guide will share local secrets (Did you know Wellington has more bars, restaurants, and cafés per capita than New York?) while you sample honey and...
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1 Cadillac Way, Annesbrook, Nelson 7011, New Zealand
The city of Nelson itself is quite quaint and very accessible. Perhaps its most celebrated tourist attraction - that we were told not to miss - was the WOW Museum, a rather eclectic gallery featuring a strange mix of award-winning garments...
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194 Cable Bay Rd, Nelson 7071, New Zealand
Something that we figured our kids wouldn’t appreciate quite as much were the renowned vineyards of the nearby Marlborough region. Knowing that we couldn’t subject them to hours of wine tasting, we settled for having lunch at a couple of the...
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Nelson, New Zealand
The town was such a surprise. It is right on the beautiful coast of the South Island of New Zealand. The whole country is breathtaking but Nelson is a hidden gem. Many a night were spent drinking beers on the beautiful beach with friends I had met...
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Botanical Hill, Nelson 7010, New Zealand
In Nelson, a town known for its mellow beach culture and perfect proximity to the Abel Tasman National Park, there’s one find that’s hiding just a wee bit inland. Within their Botanical Gardens (where one of the first rugby games was played in New...