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  • Tramping in New Zealand, New Zealand Hiking and Guided Walks

    …shortage of walking opportunities. Short walks up to a day long are found everywhere, even in city greenbelts, but the well-known multi-day tracks are in the more remote high country. Sparc contains heaps of useful information on easy walks of no more than 1 hour duration. For overnight walks you…

  • New Zealand Māori Art and Culture, Māori Art in New Zealand

    …people. Ancient Māori crafts have become taonga (precious treasures) to modern Māori. Traditional art heirlooms such as carved rakau (walking sticks), hei taonga pounamu (greenstone or jade pendants) and bone carvings are treated with great respect and care, as they are believed to carry…

  • Free Travel Newsletter : June 2019

    …possible). * Pack a nightlight to use in your holiday accommodation, so you don't leave lights on. * And don't pack too much! During your holiday * Stick to the accommodation's eco policy - use recycling bins, participate in linen programs, turn off lights, TV and radio and close curtains or blinds…

  • Mokoia Island, New Zealand : Mokoia, Rotorua, Bay of Islands, New Zealand

    …Māori warrior, Arorangi at the hands of Uenukukōpako, whose weapon was a kō (digging stick). The death blow catching Arorangi across his tattooed forehea d - from the words moko (tattoo) and kō (digging stick) comes the name, Mokoia. Mokoia Island is the location of one of New Zealand's most…


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