Top 5 Things To Do In Picton During The Summer

1. Link Pathway – for Walkers and Bikers The Link Pathway project began in 2005 with a desire by inner Marlborough Sounds residents to see pathways established between local communities. As initial pathways were created, the vision grew to build a continuous high-standard pathway on public land between Havelock and Picton, that included Anakiwa. This would effectively extend the existing popular Queen Charlotte Track, and link it directly to Picton and the interisland ferries. Work is progressing in stages, with individual sections of pathway being opened as they are completed. Go to the…continue reading →

Top 5 things to do in Paihia during the Summer

Boat cruise or sailing trip in the scenic Bay of Islands Cruise around the Bay of Islands to the famous hole in the rock, take a walk or swim on Urupukapuka Island, learn about the history of the area and spot some of the abundant marine life.  Alternatively take a leisurely sail to one of the beautiful islands, explore remote sandy beaches and swim in pristine blue water.  View or swim with the Dolphins Explore the picturesque Bay of Islands in search of dolphins, whales and other marine life. Spend time interacting with…continue reading →

Top 5 Things to do in Wanaka during Summer

Roys Peak walk - a #NZMustDO this half day walk will give you magnificent views of Wanaka, the lake and Southern Alps. (though closed from October 1st – 31st, Isthmus Peak is alternative option with less crowds and just as spectacular views) Skiing and Snowboarding Cardrona, Treble Cone, Snow Farm & Soho Basin- four of NZ's best ski options within a 45 minute drive of the town centre. (closing dates due to lack of crowds in September, but not for snow September 25th to October 10th for the season). Enjoy the outdoors. Wanaka is home to…continue reading →