3 Best Free Things To Do in Raglan New Zealand

Raglan New Zealand is home to so many incredible things to do. Surfing here is as good as any in the world, including a great opportunity to learn how to surf at Ngarunui Beach. Do you need to know where to eat in Raglan? There are tons of awesome cafes and restaurants right in the middle of Raglan town! And of course, you can’t mention Raglan without talking about Bridal Veil Falls, also known as Waireinga, the most beautiful waterfall in New Zealand’s North Island! Let’s talk about the 3 best free things to do in Raglan New Zealand.

7 Best Free Day Trips From Auckland New Zealand

Auckland is an amazing major city in the north island of New Zealand. If you are traveling to New Zealand, you will most likely fly into the Auckland airport. After flying into Auckland ourselves, we spent 1 week in the city and took day trips each day to explore all around the Auckland area, so that we could explore more than just the city itself. We went to Muriwai Beach, Bethells Beach, Russell, Raglan, Bay of Islands, and more!

13 Best Free Things To Do in Coromandel Peninsula New Zealand

The Coromandel Peninsula is an incredibly beautiful section of New Zealand’s North Island. In the Coromandel, you’ll find beautiful beaches such as New Chums Beach and Cathedral Cove. There are wonderful hikes in Mount Maunganui and the Karangahake Gorge. Secret swimming holes and island paradises are waiting for you. Follow our guide and be whisked away to the Coromandel Peninsula, one of the most unique and beautiful places you can visit in the world!

New Zealand Campervan Tips – How To Buy & Freedom Camping

If you plan on buying a campervan for your trip to New Zealand you are in the right place. We are going to explain everything you need to know when buying a campervan and living the New Zealand van life. You’ll learn where to find vans for sale, what REGO and WOF mean, how to pay for your van, and what New Zealand Freedom Camping with a self contained camper means. We’ll tell you how to do the change of ownership, get insurance, and of course driving on the left side of the road in New Zealand. You are well on your way to an awesome NZ campervan, let’s get to it.