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Nelson Tasman is an adventurer
With its intense Maori and colonial history, North Taranaki is an intriguing mix of beaches, golf courses, arts and crafts, gardens, walkways and sites of historic significance to all of New Zealand.
Venture into Central Otago
The Wairarapa is one of the longest-settled regions of New Zealand, and the southern coastline has the remnants of once extensive garden plots.
Meander along one of Stewart Island's many short walks, basking in the crisp fresh air and abundant native plant and bird life.
Suggested Time: 15 minutes - 7 hours
Mangatepopo Valley, Emerald lakes and Blue lake
Scorched morning rays herald a patchwork of fruit orchards alongside farms that creep toward tussock-clad hills. Magnificent mountain ranges hold vigil over the mighty river and its offshoots, safeguarding secrets of times long since past.
Central Otago is known for its dry, clear atmosphere; a land of contrasts. It is a sometimes barren and rocky desert-like environment bisected by rivers and towering mountains to provide a hugely diverse palette for the walker.
Take Time. Rejuvenate. Relax. Exercise. Enjoy. Indulge.