Ask Lonely Planet in The New Zealand Herald

It’s two years since our first weekly ‘Ask Lonely Planet’ column in The New Zealand Herald. That’s 200 questions on six continents (Antarctica, anyone?), one question about Nigeria, one about Komodo dragons, and innumerable queries about European train travel. Let

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Ask Lonely Planet in The New Zealand Herald

It’s two years since our first weekly ‘Ask Lonely Planet’ column in The New Zealand Herald. That’s 200 questions on six continents (Antarctica, anyone?), one question about Nigeria, one about Komodo dragons, and innumerable queries about European train travel. Let

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Queenstown in Vacations & Travel magazine

In our first article for this gorgeous travel mag (April 2013 issue), we give you our dream 48 hours in and around Queenstown. It features some of the finest baking available to humanity! Vacations & Travel  

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Queenstown in Vacations & Travel magazine

In our first article for this gorgeous travel mag (April 2013 issue), we give you our dream 48 hours in and around Queenstown. It features some of the finest baking available to humanity! Vacations & Travel  

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NZ Cycle Trails on BBC Travel

New Zealand has gone and got itself more than 20 new Cycle Trails. Yippee! In this backgrounder we tell how it happened, who’s behind it, and share some of the treats instore. Pedal on! Read our article here.

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NZ Cycle Trails on BBC Travel

New Zealand has gone and got itself more than 20 new Cycle Trails. Yippee! In this backgrounder we tell how it happened, who’s behind it, and share some of the treats instore. Pedal on! Read our article here.

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Middle-earth on Lonelyplanet.com

Famed for dramatic scenery that has long-inspired writers, artists and dreamers, it’s no wonder New Zealand was cast as Tolkien’s mythical Middle-earth. In this article for Lonelyplanet.com we offer a hitlist for Hobbit-hunters. Read it here.

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Middle-earth on Lonelyplanet.com

Famed for dramatic scenery that has long-inspired writers, artists and dreamers, it’s no wonder New Zealand was cast as Tolkien’s mythical Middle-earth. In this article for Lonelyplanet.com we offer a hitlist for Hobbit-hunters. Read it here.

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Discover New Zealand

The foxy, full-colour, straight-to-the-point guidebook for people who want less information and more visual inspiration. You’re lookin’ good, Aotearoa! Proud, once again, to have our names on it. Massive thanks to the people at LP for keeping it real.

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Discover New Zealand

The foxy, full-colour, straight-to-the-point guidebook for people who want less information and more visual inspiration. You’re lookin’ good, Aotearoa! Proud, once again, to have our names on it. Massive thanks to the people at LP for keeping it real.

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New Zealand’s North Island

Five authors, 16 weeks’ on-the-road research, 65 maps and 16 million sheep… Team New Zealand pull yet another bewdy out of the bag.

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New Zealand’s North Island

Five authors, 16 weeks’ on-the-road research, 65 maps and 16 million sheep… Team New Zealand pull yet another bewdy out of the bag.

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New Zealand’s South Island

Bennett & Slater joined Atkinson, Dragicevich & Prof Rawlings-Way on the third edition of LP’s South Island guidebook. Howsabout those beautiful boulders, eh?

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New Zealand’s South Island

Bennett & Slater joined Atkinson, Dragicevich & Prof Rawlings-Way on the third edition of LP’s South Island guidebook. Howsabout those beautiful boulders, eh?

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New Zealand

Lonely Planet’s fabulous, fully redesigned, 16th edition of New Zealand was released in September. Sarah & Lee once again join the esteemed company of Brett Atkinson, Peter Dragicevich & Charles Rawlings-Way as co-authors of this book, under the expert captaincy

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New Zealand

Lonely Planet’s fabulous, fully redesigned, 16th edition of New Zealand was released in September. Sarah & Lee once again join the esteemed company of Brett Atkinson, Peter Dragicevich & Charles Rawlings-Way as co-authors of this book, under the expert captaincy

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Historic Arrowtown

‘The pioneer legends that invariably move me most involve cold, wet, and danger. Brunner and his bush-bash down the Buller, Alice McKenzie’s childhood in far-flung Fiordland – such stories give rise to powerful imaginings…’ Sarah & Lee visit Arrowtown and

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Historic Arrowtown

‘The pioneer legends that invariably move me most involve cold, wet, and danger. Brunner and his bush-bash down the Buller, Alice McKenzie’s childhood in far-flung Fiordland – such stories give rise to powerful imaginings…’ Sarah & Lee visit Arrowtown and

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Cycling the Heaphy Track

The Heaphy Track is open to cyclists for the second year of its three-year trial. Now that DOC’s built some new bridges, will riders get over it? ‘Riders have been itching to get back on the Heaphy since it was

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Cycling the Heaphy Track

The Heaphy Track is open to cyclists for the second year of its three-year trial. Now that DOC’s built some new bridges, will riders get over it? ‘Riders have been itching to get back on the Heaphy since it was

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