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NZ$40.00 + delivery.
Coverage includes: Planning chapters, Northland, Auckland, Coromandel, Tongariro, Urewera, Central North Island, Taranaki, Whanganui, Around Wellington, Queen Charlotte, Marlborough, Abel Tasman, Kahurangi, Nelson Lakes, Canterbury, Arthurís Pass, Aoraki/Mt Cook, West Coast, Mt Aspiring National Park, Around Queenstown, Fiordland, Stewart Island/Rakiura, Understand and Survival chapters.
NZ$45.00 + delivery.
With well over 320 individual listings, The New Zealand Adventure Guide is the most up-to-date and well-researched directory available, and offers a smorgasbord of outdoor activities to be explored. Discover adventures in the air, on the land, at sea and in fresh water. Not just for the daredevils among us - there are activities for everyone, from ballooning and whale watching to mountaineering or black water rafting. Spectacular photography illustrates the excitement of experiencing adventures set against a backdrop of some of the best scenery in the country. Accurate safety guidelines are included for every activity and website addresses provide easy reference. This book is the 'must have' guide for everyone keen on outdoor adventure. It features a foreword by John Key, Minister of Tourism and Prime Minister of New Zealand
NZ$45.00 + delivery.
OTAGO CENTRAL RAIL TRAIL. EASY GUIDE
ByBriane & Duiane Miller. Paperback, 105mm x 150mm, 63 pages. 0.06kg Published 2011.
An easy-to-use pocket guide designed to enhance and extend the experience of cyclists (and walkers) on the Otago Central Rail Trail. Following an introduction to the region's background and natural history, the book is divided into sections of the trail. Each section has colourful visual cross-sections, photos, ideas of what to do and see as well as suggestions for side-trips on each section of the trail.
Table of Contents Planning -- What is Central Otago -- Climate, weather, clouds -- Geology -- Short History -- Otago Central Railway -- Plants -- Animals-- Farming -- The trail -- 15 double page spreads on Trail sections -- Events in Central Otago -- Biking Basics -- Photo Tips.
Perfect size for the pocket or backpack.
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A TRAVEL GUIDE TO CAPTAIN JAMES COOK'S NEW ZEALAND.
By Graeme Lay. Paperback, 0.572kg, 150mm x 210 mm, 191 pages, Black & White Images. Published 2017
New Zealand remained a special place during James Cook's epic voyages of discovery and exploration. He returned to the country several times, mainly to Ship Cove in Queen Charlotte sound, which became his favourite New Zealand anchorage. In his journals he comments on the great potential of the islands of New Zealand for British settlement, forestry and farming.
This book depicts in words, pictures and maps, the places of special importance which Cook visited or witnessed during his journeys from 1769-1777. Locations are vividly described as they are today, and as they were nearly 250 years ago.
Fortuitously for Cook, and for todays traveller, these places are some of the most attractive destinations in New Zealand. This guide points them out, illustrates their features and explains in detail their connections to Captain Cook.
NZ$30.00 + delivery.
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