The Best Routes for a New Zealand Road Trip

by Travelbag on 02 May 2019, 15:05PM The Best Routes for a New Zealand Road Trip Planning a road trip around New Zealand? Whether you’re visiting for a few days or several months, a road trip is the best way to discover the diverse landscapes of this incredible country. From the thermal hot springs and deserted beaches of the volcanic North Island to the mountains and glaciers of the rugged South Island, you can’t help but fall in love with New Zealand’s natural beauty. Our road trip itineraries will help you decide where to go, so you can easily plan an unforgettable self-drive holiday around the Land of the Long White Cloud.   New Zealand Road Trips – North Island   Auckland to Cape Reinga Highlights: Auckland, Waiheke Island, Bay of Islands, Cape Reinga Suggested time: 5-7 days Most flights from the UK to New Zealand arri...
Blockbuster Film Locations for your Bucket List

Blockbuster Film Locations for your Bucket List

At this time of year, there’s nothing nicer than curling up on your sofa and watching one of your favourite films. You can escape into a whole different world – but what if you could visit it in real life? We’ve looked at some of the biggest movies – past and present – and uncovered where they were filmed, to help you get inspired for your next adventure. From snow-...
by Travelbag on 25 February 2019, 09:02AM



Great walks of New Zealand: South Island

Great walks of New Zealand: South Island

Following on from our Great Walks of New Zealand: North Island blog, as promised, here are the best walks in the South of New Zealand. This time we have glaciers, lakes, sand dunes, beaches and even the Southern Hemisphere's answer to the Northern Lights to explore. Time to dig out those walking boots! Day Walks Hooker Valley Track A favourite walk among hikers looking to see Aoraki (Mt Cook...
by Travelbag on 10 May 2016, 16:05PM



Great walks of New Zealand: North Island

Great walks of New Zealand: North Island

New Zealand has an extensive network of spectacular walkways providing access to unique wilderness areas and virgin rainforests. Energetic hikers can discover glacier-carved valleys and traverse mountain passes, while more sedate day-walkers can explore golden beaches, bush walks and other sites of scenic, historic, and cultural interest.We can’t really think of a better way for you to see N...
by Travelbag on 03 May 2016, 16:05PM



The Ultimate Hobbit Map of New Zealand

The Ultimate Hobbit Map of New Zealand

We’re big Lord of the Rings fans here at Travelbag and in order to celebrate the release of The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies we have produced this Tolkien Tourism map! Ever dreamed of retreading the famous journey of the Fellowship or the Company of Dwarves? Now you can!  Use our illustrated map to find out where key scenes in the two trilogies were filmed and plan your j...
by Travelbag on 11 December 2014, 11:12AM



Fiction Map of the World – New Zealand

Fiction Map of the World – New Zealand

This week we’re exploring New Zealand, one of the last major landmasses on the planet to be populated and home to the most southerly capital city, Wellington. With its distinctive Maori culture recognisable throughout its artistic history it has a fascinating catalogue of work to enjoy. Essential Holiday ReadingFor holiday reading in New Zealand I'm going to recommend The Bone People by K...
by Travelbag on 16 September 2014, 08:09AM



Top 5 Exotic Cruises

Top 5 Exotic Cruises

What better way to see an array of amazing destinations all in one holiday than by going on a cruise! Sail with the top leaders in the cruising industry to some of the most majestic destinations around the world. Cruise to exotic South America or sail in awe to the icy shores of Alaska, Travelbag can create your perfect cruising holiday. South AmericaSail to South America with one of the leaders ...
by Ellen Morgan on 15 August 2014, 08:08AM



Top 10 most colourful cities in the world

Top 10 most colourful cities in the world

1. Delhi, India Delhi is amongst one of the most colourful cities in the world, and features stunning temples and shrines that burst with colour and detail. The annual Holi is the festival of colour and sees India and particularly Delhi decorated in bright colours, from the pavements and streets to the faces of the people. 2. Cancun, MexicoMexico as a country is vibrant and bursting with life. ...
by Ellen Morgan on 30 July 2014, 09:07AM



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