Escape to New Zealand

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Fodor's, Sep 1, 2002 - Travel - 96 pages
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EXPLORE BLACK SAND BEACHES AND MISTY FIORDSLet this book inspire and guide you as you plan a one of a kind New Zealand holiday. Each of the 18 hand selected experiences and sights described inside is a vivid adventure - as you'll see in more than 120 luscious color photographs.HIKE AMONG VOLCANOES, JUMP OFF A BRIDGEMix and match featured travel ideas to create your own itenerary showcasing the many textures and facets of this richly hued land, from its remote mountain ranges to its luxurious lodges.LEAVE YOUR FOOTPRINTS ON A CRAGGY GLACIEROr ride horseback into lichen draped forests. Punt lazily down a willow lined river or catch a ferry to an island of olive groves and vineyards. Sway to the beat of Pacific Island drums. Island hop in tranquil Hauraki Gulf. Fish for wily trout. Tour artist's studios. It's all packed inside this slim volume.PLAN YOUR ESCAPE TODAYUse the planning section that fills the final pages to find costs, lodging options, and more. Detailed maps show you what's where. Keep this book by your bedside to sweeten your dreams, or pop it into your tote bag when you hit the road. And get ready for the trip of a lifetime.

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About the author (2002)

Travel writer Kirsten Ellis, who grew up in Auckland, brings both the perspective of a world traveler and the insight of a native to this detailed guide.

Internationally recogized as an authority on the spa experience, Bernard Burt has written articles in national publications and several other travel guidebooks and is the publisher of Spagoer newsletter. He lives in Washington, DC.

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