New Zealand is beautiful, it’s
people are also beautiful, and there simply is no better place to be if you are
living there or on holiday.
New Zealand’s landscape is only
unique in its variety not in its individual features. You can see beaches and
mountains all over the place. But in New Zealand, you can see all of these
things and many more within the space of a day (although you’ll probably need a
whole month to appreciate them fully). If you’re living here or working here
this means you can go where you want and do what you’d like to do at the drop
of a hat and generally without the crowds of people you might expect to find at
attractions in other countries.
People who travel in New Zealand
always find they have somewhere to visit or place to stay because the locals
will have shown them the best the area has to offer and probably even given
them a spare bed for the night (failing that a sofa).
For those who are lucky enough to
have the privilege of working in New Zealand, you’re probably already familiar
with the kiwi custom of inviting the new guy/gal to at least two barbecues in
their first week on the job. This number of course only grows with the number
of people you meet in your workplace and it might be advisable to find some
good excuses to avoid the excessive barbecues else the waistline may expand
beyond all reasonable proportions.
It’s not usually a matter of what to
do in New Zealand, but how to do it. Many people choose the option of traveling
independently – using a rental car, camper van or even bussing or cycling
through the country. Others believe a New Zealand escorted tour makes better
sense because you’ve always got an expert on hand and all the hard work and
planning has been done for you. Both have their pros and cons, but it’s a good
idea to think about your decision beforehand to make sure you choose the right
holiday for your stay in New Zealand.
Traveling independently doesn’t necessarily mean traveling alone. You may be with one or more people, traveling as the whim takes you, staying a while when it suits and moving on when you’ve had enough. Independent travelers may also have fairly set timetables. Some travelers do plenty of research and prepare a route – from somewhere like Auckland in the North Island to Christchurch in the South Island – using ideas from travel brochures.
You can spend as long as you like
tasting wine in Marlborough and spend a few extra days in Wellington to visit
Te Papa and travel on the cable car up to the Botanical Gardens. If things go
smoothly, you’ll be happy. However, that may not happen. Traveling times can be
deceiving, your information could be wrong and any number of things can occur
to upset your carefully planned timetable.…
First things first. Decide on when
you plan on going there. Although your decision will always base on your
availability, never forget to take into consideration the different travel
trends in Hawaii. We all know that summer is always the best time to go there
because of the great deal and low rates, but this doesn’t mean that it’s not
good to go to Hawaii during the winter season. Hawaii is a tropical island with
an almost perfect weather so basically, anytime is really a great time.
Also, consider the peak-season and
the off-season. Expect high airfare and accommodation rates but if you’re lucky
enough, you could find a great deal by looking for vacation packages which are
budget friendly. During the off-season which normally runs from April to
mid-December, expect low airfare and accommodation rates and fewer crowds. So
choose carefully the date when you plan on going.
Where do you plan to stay? Hawaii
has 6 beautiful islands where you can choose to stay in. You can choose to stay
in affordable Hawaii hotels located in the different islands of Hawaii or live
in luxury by lodging in pristine hotels in Lanai Island. The key to really
enjoying your stay here finds the right travel package suited for your travel
Research & Research
It is important that you open your eyes for the best and affordable deals because prices may vary depending on what type of vacation package you choose. Look out for those packages which already include airfare expense, accommodation, and food. Hawaii-Aloha Travel Agency offers an “All-inclusive Experience True Hawaii Package” for only $999.00 per person. They also have “Super-saver Package”, an all-inclusive but affordable package and the “Carefree Package“, where everything is already planned for you.
adventure seekers, check out those multi-island tour packages so you can
explore the different islands of Hawaii. Travel agencies like Hawaii Travel
Bureau offer “5-nights on Kauai Package” or “5-nights on Maui –
go snorkeling and swimming at Kaanapali Beach” or avail the “12 days
Most Popular Package”. All packages are inclusive of accommodation, food
(usually breakfast) and the island adventures.
and honeymooners, Maui and Kauai Island is the best places to go to. Most of
the time, Hawaii resorts and hotels offer couples with their romance packages
so better check that out or you can always check through travel agencies like
Hawaii Travel Experts. They offer honeymoon packages like the “Maui
Honeymoon Package Deals” or the “Kauai Honeymoon Package Deals”.
Inclusive of accommodation and special activities designed for two.
traveling with the whole family then I suggest you go to Big Island as they
have a lot of recreational activities compared to the other islands.…