Darkness lets you see Te Puia's geysers in a new light
The sounds seem amplified without the day's noise pollution. The experience is heightened, more personal and the pools take on their own personality.
Sir Peter Buck's memorial a site of reverence
A Taranaki iwi have reminded people visiting the memorial of an important kaumatua of the region that the site is a place of reverence, and not a tourist spot.
Ghost towns and shipwrecks: Why every Kiwi should tour the West Coast
When it comes to heritage, the West Coast has plenty of iconic hot spots and hidden gems that await discovery.
Urban storytelling tour offers up another side of Christchurch
This fabulous kai safari combines history with some top-class food and drink.
Why have so many Kiwis never visited the 'birthplace' of the nation?
It's one of our most significant historic sites, but more than half of NZers have never visited the treaty grounds.
Six events to check out this Waitangi weekend
The long weekends keep on coming, and there’s a huge amount on over the Waitangi weekend to choose from.
Parihaka research was a game-changer
Hazel Riseborough endured unfavourable reviews, but remained unfazed.
The hidden hot pools of Lake Rotoiti
These pools are the oldest commercially operated hot springs in New Zealand.
Cardboard boats, wakas and Pacific beats: Events to keep kids occupied this weekend
As the school holidays begin to wind down, probably much to the relief of some parents, here are five events to keep the little darlings entertained.
Secret NZ: Marsden Cross takes claim as birthplace of nation
Years before Te Tiriti o Waitangi was signed, an important service marked the coming together of Māori and Pākehā - but not many know its story.
Voyaging on Gisborne's Waka Hourua
Kiwis have the opportunity to share a taste of our ancestors’ sailing experience.