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Av. Tulum 879, Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
Eating in Tulum's Pueblo is a more inexpensive way to load up on calories and enjoy some authentic Mexican cuisine. El Camello Jr, is a seafood restaurant located at the far south end of the main highway that runs through Tulum. It is a decent...
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Carretera Tulum Boca Paila 7.6Km, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
Hartwood prides itself on having no menu; instead, there are daily options based on whatever is available from nearby ranches and farms. Of course, that means locally sourced ingredients only, in the service of innovative, Mexican-inspired dishes....
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Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Along the main road of Tulum, a converted Airstream with bright pink flamingos awaits, a treasure trove of locally-sourced art and objects, carefully curated to reflect the creative, artistic energy that makes Tulum such a special place to visit...
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Calle Júpiter Sur, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
This little open air restaurant packed full of locals serves the best and freshest fish in the area and they have reasonable prices! Sitting out front on plastic furniture in the gravel on the side of the road might not sound that appealing but...
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218 Te Whau Dr, Waiheke Island, Auckland 1971, New Zealand
Out of all the vineyards in Auckland this is one of my favourites. It's not just because of its stunning location and awe-inspiring views, and not just because of the amazing service and extensive, extensive wine collection, it's not just because...
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63 Cron Street, Franz Josef Glacier 7859, New Zealand
If there is one activity not to be missed in New Zealand, it's getting to explore Franz Josef Glacier in the South Island. One of the only glaciers in the world that drops down into a temperate rainforest, Franz Josef is a wonder to behold. The...
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Lake Mapourika, West Coast 7886, New Zealand
While Franz Josef Glacier is impressive and definitely warrants being explored on its own or from the skies, nearby sits the magnificent Lake Mapourika. In the morning it sits so still, its reflection is like a mirror of the towering glaciers and...
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Mount John, Canterbury 7999, New Zealand
Thanks to very little light pollution, especially in the remote corners of the South Island, gazing up at a clear night sky in New Zealand will leave you breathless and stunned. In the Southern Alps in the Mackenzie Basin near Lake Tekapo, the...
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South Island, New Zealand
New Zealand’s mountains are nothing short of majestic. Sir Edmund Hillary honed his craft on the country’s highest peak, Aoraki/Mount Cook, before conquering Everest. The Southern Alps are the spine of the South Island with such ranges as...
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Rotorua, New Zealand
A place of fascinating Māori culture, hot springs and boiling mud pools. No visit to New Zealand would be complete without stopping in Rotorua on New Zealand’s North Island. Waiotapu is one of the central North Island’s most extensive geothermal...
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Lake Tekapo, Canterbury 7999, New Zealand
Even on a cloudy day, Lake Tekapo's brilliant shades of blue are caused by "rock flour" - finely ground particles of rock from the glaciers at the head of the lake and suspended in the melt water. The treeline is comprised of Monterey Pines which...
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Bay of Islands, New Zealand
One of the country's most popular destinations, the Bay of Islands is an archipelago of more than 140 captivating and unique islands; among the most dramatic is Motu Kōkako or Piercy Island, through whose “hole in the rock” small ships can...
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South Island 7183, New Zealand
New Zealand's smallest national park certainly packs a punch. Unlike so many of the great ragged mountains that dot the country, Abel Tasman curves along the north coast of the South Island, peppered with golden sand beaches and steep cliffs that...
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18 Kitchener St, Martinborough 5711, New Zealand
Gorgeous sunset on the drive home from wine tasting in the Wairarapa.
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Milford Sound 9679, New Zealand
My husband and I spent the night in our campervan listening to the rain pelt the roof- concerned that we wouldn't be able to kayak on Milford Sound the following day. Nothing could have prepared us for the glorious sunrise the next morning and the...
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Rotorua, New Zealand
Farmlands near Rotorua. Hills are occupied by sheep or cattle.
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Milford Sound 9679, New Zealand
In mid-May I spent a day kayaking in the idyllic Milford Sound—my first day in New Zealand. The water was cool and clean and the fog gave the Sound a mysterious feel. Kayaking offered the opportunity to get up close with some playful fur seal...
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10 Glenesk Rd, Auckland, 0772, New Zealand
This water fall is tucked back into the bush near Piha Beach New Zealand.
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While not a connoisseur of the movies, I appreciated the natural wonders we explored on a Lord of the Rings tour. From unsuccessfully mining for gold to four-wheeling a river, the tour ran the gamut from fast and furious to calm and serene. With...
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126 Broadway, Matamata 3400, New Zealand
Welcome to Middle Earth in the South Pacific, and an ideal stop for traveling fans of the author J.R.R. Tolkien and the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit movie trilogies. Near the rural town of Matamata—itself a destination for its LOTR-inspired...
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Punakaiki, New Zealand
The Pororari River Walk (3.5 kilometer, one way) follows a sheer-walled limestone gorge through a lush forest of subtropical tree ferns and beech. The walk offers unforgettable views of precipitous cliffs meeting emerald waters. It can be extended...
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Milford Sound 9679, New Zealand
We got there early, after a four-hour drive from rainy Queenstown, through mist and gloom and mud. The Darran Mountain held the cumuli off for the day we spent at the fiords though. We emerged from the Homer Tunnel squinting into a ray-bathed...
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Queenstown, New Zealand
Befitting the adrenaline capital of New Zealand, the Queenstown Trail allows you to choose your own adventure tailored to your interests and cycling ability; its 60 miles of trails can be completed in a few days, but the setting will likely...
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London Quay, Picton 7220, New Zealand
Consisting of three bodies of water (Queen Charlotte, Kenepuru and Pelorus Sounds), Marlborough Sounds is a network of prehistoric sunken river valleys filled with the Pacific Ocean. These majestic sounds with sandy bays and intricate coastlines...
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Routeburn Rd, 9372, New Zealand
Experience the magic of New Zealand's famous trekking with this kid-friendly outfitter that leads three-day treks through the mountains and forests of New Zealand’s Routeburn trail from November through April. This appeared in the August/September...