Manea – In the Times top 100 picks!

By Peter de Graaf. Three brand-new Māori tourism ventures have propelled Northland into Time magazine’s list of the world’s top 100 destinations of 2021. When the influential US current affairs magazine, circulation 1.6 million, released its list of the World’s Greatest Places 2021 this week, two New Zealand destinations made the  To read the full

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Manea Footprints of Kupe Brings Stories to Life

Northland has always been the perfect place to learn about New Zealand. There’s Tāne Mahuta, the famous kauri of the Waipoua Forest which lies at the southern edge of the Hokianga, and the Waitangi Treaty Grounds which speaks to the coming together of Māori and Pākehā cultures. Now we also have Manea Footprints of Kupe

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Oldest Pub in NZ

If you ask which pub is the oldest in New Zealand, be prepared for a hotly contested debate on the matter. There are several pubs that like to claim this title, depending on how you define “oldest pub”. You get to stay in two of them in our Cook to Kupe tour. Magical Experiences on

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Cook to Kupe Cycling Tour gives the real Northland Experience

The Cook to Kupe cycling tour took us to places we hadn’t thought of, or even knew about. It opened our eyes to Northland, a completely different quintessential New Zealand north of the Brynderwyn Range only 3 hours North of Auckland. My husband and I booked the Northland Experiences Cook to Kupe tour in June

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The Old Chooks Tour

Written by Tracy Mackey Biking and Hiking Bespoke Tour for the 8 Old Chooks! Take a tour with Northland Experiences for the adventure of a lifetime. An adventure of a lifetime always starts with anticipation, a pinch of the unknown, an exciting unusual experience, and not really knowing the outcome. I was very fortunate to

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Exploring Northland on two wheels and two feet

By: Elisabeth Easther | Eager to entice more travellers to the Far North, local men Mike Simm and Steve Brodie have created a company that will see visitors spending more time (and yes, more money to benefit local communities) in their neck of the woods. Featuring three main itineraries, the focus is on history,

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