Nov 172012
 
New Zealand – A Place to Go Beyond the Extremes!

New Zealand is where most adventurers quench their thirst of going to the extremes. This is the reason why tickets for flights to this sprawling playground remain a perennial hit among Britons and other holidaymakers One just cannot help falling in love with New Zealand! Amid the cosmopolitan splendour glitters the spread of untamed beaches, silvern mountains, « Continue Reading »

Nov 122012
 
Britons continue booking flights to New Zealand

The UK remains one of New Zealand’s biggest tourism markets, new figures have revealed. People in the UK are still snapping up flights to Auckland, Christchurch and other parts of New Zealand in strong numbers. According to the New Zealand business ministry, Britain is currently one of the country’s biggest tourism markets. The nation was also identified « Continue Reading »

Nov 092012
 
Hobbit film may boost New Zealand tourism

The number of people booking holidays in New Zealand could be set to increase thanks to a new film. A soon-to-be released film could prompt more people to book flights to Christchurch, Auckland and other parts of New Zealand. The director of The Hobbit chose to make much of the film on location in the country, which « Continue Reading »

Jan 302012
 

The celebrations of Auckland Anniversary Day have been a huge hit among people in the city. People who recently took flights to Auckland may have been among the people to attend the Oceanbridge Auckland Anniversary Day Regatta. Taking place on the city’s waterfront today (January 30th 2012), attendees were treated to seeing a huge array of boats on the « Continue Reading »

Jan 272012
 

Auckland will soon see some of the world’s top music acts performing in the city as part of the Laneway festival. People heading on flights to Auckland could be planning to attend the Laneway festival, which is taking place in the city on January 30th. Around 5,000 people are expected to attend the event at Silo Park on Auckland’s « Continue Reading »

Jan 192012
 
See the best music at Auckland's Big Day Out festival

Some of the world’s biggest bands are set to perform in Auckland later this month. People on flights to Auckland could make a last minute hunt for tickets to this year’s Big Day Out festival in the city. The huge event takes place across New Zealand and Australia each year and starts in Auckland on January 20th 2012. It « Continue Reading »

Jan 112012
 
81 year old jumps Auckland bungee

An 81-year-old woman has jumped the Auckland bungee jump twice. People on flights to Aucklandconcerned about doing the city’s famous bungee jump could take courage from the story of one octogenarian. Wilmina van Hoof has taken on the jump despite being 81 years old and enjoyed it so much that she did it twice, Stuff.co.nz reported. Mrs van « Continue Reading »

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