The Rough Guide to New Zealand

» Catherine Neves

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Paperback : 03 Sep 2012

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Synopsis

The new Rough Guide to New Zealand is the definitive guide to the world's adventure capital. Now in full-colour throughout, it contains dozens of tempting colour photos illustrating the country's iconic landmarks and its stupendously diverse scenery. Detailed accounts of every attraction along with crystal-clear maps and plans will show you the very best New Zealand has to offer: from white-sand beaches and vast kauri trees in the north to the hairline fiords and penguin colonies in the south. With expert guidance you won't put a foot wrong when experiencing Maori culture or simply striking out on multi-day hikes. At every point this guide steers you to little-known sights such as secluded hot pools or Wellington's best cafés. Insider tips, planning itineraries and author picks give you the inside scoop on the best accommodation across every price range, how to track down Marlborough's tastiest Sauvignon blancs and where the most delectable Maori hangi can be found.

Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to New Zealand.

Product details

Format : Paperback
ISBN: 9781405390002
Size : 129 x 198mm
Pages : 848
Published : 03 Sep 2012
Publisher : Rough Guides

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The Rough Guide to New Zealand

» Catherine Neves

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