This is an avant-garde sculpture park with a difference ... it's all underwater
The concept off Miami, US is described as "a seven-mile (11.2km) underwater public sculpture park, snorkel trail and artificial reef”.
Reliably sexy: The world's 10 most amazing lagoons
While travel may still be a little way off, you can still dream of escaping to these beauties.
Abel Tasman tourism operators staying afloat through the doldrums
Kiwis are making their way to Abel Tasman National Park, but their self-sufficiency is putting a strain on kayak companies and guided tour operators.
One of NZ's strangest rock formations
Affectionately known as Splapple, Split Apple Rock is a unique destination in the Nelson Tasman region.
Have the need for speed? This thrill ride's for you
We skimmed over just 10cm of water in places, reaching speeds of up to 90kmh.
24 Hours in Oban, Stewart Island
This bush-clad island offers something for everyone, from walking, fishing, snorkelling and cycling to jade carving.
Taking a paddle to history and conservation
You'll not only learn about the area's past, you'll be helping secure its future.
Motukorea/Browns Island: Mt Eden's views without the crowds
This isn’t just a tour, it’s a veritable history lesson. and it's only an hour's kayak away from Auckland.
A Great Barrier Island tour with the locals
It's obvious the sustainable future of Auckland's farthest-flung island is in very safe hands.
How to travel the world without leaving New Zealand
One region in New Zealand is home to a castle, pyramids, a cloud forest, and even Melbourne-style eateries. In Dunedin, you can travel around the world without the jetlag.
The 12-hour guide to Raglan
Well-known as a mecca for surfers and wanna-be-surfers, Raglan exudes that beachy, barefoot vibe in spades.