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BASICS
Department of Conservation
Doctors
Fuel

Hospitals
NZ Post
Police
Visitor Information Centre

ACCOMMODATION
Backpacker Hostels
Bed n Breakfast
Campgrounds
DoC Campsites
Hotels
Farmstays
Mot
els
Motor Inns

ATTRACTIONS
Bird Watching
Bungy Jumping
Caving
Canoeing
Fishing
Flightseeing

Horse Riding
Jet Boating
Jet Sprinting

Kayaking
Mountain Biking
Parapenting
Parasailing
Rafting

Sailing
Skydiving
Windsurfing
White-water Rafting


FOOD
Bakeries
Day Cafes
Delicatesssens
Cheap Eats
Modest Meals
Posh Nosh

ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES
ARTS AND CRAFTS
CULTURE AND HERITAGE
FISHING
GARDENS
GOLF CLUBS
MARKETS
MUSEUMS
VEHICLE SALVAGE
VEHICLE REPAIR
WALKS

. . . AND MORE

Welcome to New Zealand . . . where nature set the colour and the contrast and man hasn't fiddled with the dials.

If you are not yet a subscriber here's why you should be:

This travel guide is the kind of information everyone needs to make the best of their holiday in New Zealand - where to stay, where to eat, what to see.  Yes, all that.  But more, much more. 

Transport, rest areas, photo opportunities, historical background, special places that few others know about  Ohhhh . . .  heaps and heaps of stuff.

And it's all written by a local - not a visiting "editor" - who has been travelling and writing about the country for 30 years. I can give you hints and tips that only a local could possibly know - ideas that will save you time, money and tears.

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This is important:  No one has paid for inclusion in this guide.  There are no ads and I rarely, if ever, accept free rides, accommodation etc. That way I am totally free to recommend whatever or whoever I choose. All the recommendations in the guide are based on careful research into each operation. While no-one can guarantee a perfect experience every time, I am absolutely certain that any operator recommended by me gets it right most all the time.

One of the big advantages this guide has over paper and ink guides is click-of-a-button links to websites of the operators or activities recommended . . . so you can instnatly get more information, get a quote, make a booking. There are literally thousands of links to other sites. Forget spending hours following Google search results to all sorts of useless websites.  I've done all that for you.

And here's another thing . . . I'm not clipping the ticket by getting commissions when you book something. That's one more reason you can trust the recommendations. I make my money when you buy a subscription - after that it's all free to you.   

It is a work in progress and it always will be.  Barely a day goes by without it being updated, expanded, improved - unlike books which are six months out of date the day they are printed. Constant updating  means you are getting the latest possible information - not something that is old news.

To give you some idea of what it will look like, here's the section on State Highway 7 from Waipara in North Canterbury to Greymouth on the West Coast.  Or to get a sample of the local details provided about towns and cities take a look at Gore details.

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A one year subscription to nztravelguide.com will set you back $NZ19.95.  If you want to know approximately how much that is in your own currency click here. That gives you access to the site as many times as you like. For most travellers a year is plenty . . . but if you need longer, the second and subsequent years are only $7.95.

As a special introductory offer, however, you can get it now for $14.95.  But note:  That offer will expire in 24 hours from now.  It's peanuts. You'll probably save that on your first day.  Buy it now by clicking here.

MY PERSONAL GUARANTEE:  If you are not completely satisfied with the guide once you have seen it I will without argument or hesitation refund your money. And here's an even better guarantee:  If you don't save money as a result of my recommendations I will refund double your money.  Got that? Double your money back if you don't come out winning after buying a subscription to nztravelguide.com. I can't say fairer than that.  Buy it now.

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Kposts.  What are they, how do they work?

To help you locate points of interest along the way, the road notes in this travel guide use the kilometre posts kindly provided by Transit New Zealand, the government entity that builds and manages our roads.

All the main State Highways in New Zealand are measured out with posts at kilometre intervals.

Like mile-posts, but they are, in fact, kilometre posts.

Or kposts for short.

They look like this.

 

nztravelguide.com will explain the code, show you how you can use these road-side reference points to help you navigate, help you easily find points of interest.

 

 

 

 

 

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