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An Intimate Tour of New Zealand

T+L tours the far reaches of New Zealand, where the oysters are plentiful, the road is wide open, and everyone has a story to share.

Hunter Wellington Rain Boots

For over 150 years, Hunter boots have kept Great Britain dry—and standing tall.

Ask T+L: New Zealand Driving Itinerary, Travel Widgets, Art Tours

Q: Where can I find affordable designer pieces in Milan? —Kathryn Mills, Huntington, N.Y. A: Before your trip, order Marina Martorana’s book Low Cost (Antonio...

World's Best Service 2012

The city hotels, resorts, airlines, and cruise lines that nabbed top honors for service in T+L’s annual World’s Best Awards survey.

World's Best Service 2010

Attentive service can make all the difference in your hotel stay. Here are the top-rated spots.

Guess Where? Traffic Cones

With the deadline to submit images to our Strangest Sights photo contest coming up soon, I thought I'd make this week's Guess Where a bit...

Golfing in New Zealand

New Zealand is boldly making a name for itself as a wonder of world golf.

World's Least Romantic Places

Where’s the love? It’s hard to find in these places, where clichés, crowds, and other unpleasant realities can kill the mood for romance.

More than Kiwis

Traversing New Zealand's North and South Islands on a feeding frenzy, Matt Lee and Ted Lee sample olives, kiwifruit, grass-fed beef, abalone, Pinot Noirs, paprika...

World's Wildest Bungee Jumping Spots

From Victoria Falls to Pucón, Chile, the world’s wildest bungee action.
HOTELS

Great Mercury Island

Through New Zealand’s Seasonz Travel bespoke outfitters, you can rent a cloistered retreat on the privately owned 5,000-acre Great Mercury Island—25 minutes by helicopter from Auckland.... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Terrôir, Havelock North

Craggy Range Winery’s restaurant has a wood-fired oven turning out great roasted meats. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Scopes New Zealand

Make a beeline for the town of Kerikeri and buy the kids a kaleidoscope crafted from 40,000-year-old kauri wood. more ›


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