A City Walk in Christchurch

Guest Post: Written by Agata Mleczko, founder and editor of the Null&Full travel blog focused on off-the-beaten-track destinations. She currently lives in Poland, but had lived in Italy for more than 6 years and has traveled to more than 20 countries. She recently visited New Zealand for the first time and became fascinated with this island. She enjoys reading travel books, jogging, trekking and cooking. You can also find her on Twitter and Facebook. In

A City Walk in Christchurch

Hiking Tiger Leaping Gorge

Hiking in China: Are You Up to Hiking Tiger Leaping Gorge? Hiking in and around Tiger Leaping Gorge in China’s Yunnan Province is a feast for the eyes, a test for stamina and a photographer’s dream. A truly rewarding hike through epic countryside and mountains, almost untouched by humans.

First things first though – you’ll need to know how to get there. Well, as with most travel in China, things are not entirely

Hiking Tiger Leaping Gorge

Up Close And Personal With A Seal On A Day Hiking Trail

Jade

Guest Post: Hiking in New Zealand Meet a Seal on a Day Hiking Trail

Aside from being able to get up close and personal with a seal on a day hiking trail, Jade Johnston of OurOyster.com also says:

This walk has it all. Views of mountain ranges, picturesque pasture lands, ocean views, a forest hike, and even animal encounters. All these things, combined with the ease of getting to the trail, makes this

Up Close And Personal With A Seal On A Day Hiking Trail

Birds, Kidnappers And Hiking In New Zealand

"Jim McIntosh"

Guest Post: Hiking in New Zealand

Birds, kidnappers and hiking. Now, what do these three have in common? Let Jim McIntosh tell you all about it.

New Zealand’s Cape Kidnappers Gannet Colony Walk

New Zealand hosts the world’s largest mainland based gannet colony at Cape Kidnappers in Hawke’s Bay. The Australasian Gannets have been nesting at this site since 1870, and now number around 6,500 pairs.

Up close to the Plateau

Birds, Kidnappers And Hiking In New Zealand

Kings Canyon Rim In The Australian Outback

"Amanda"

Guest Post: Easy Hiking Trails

Easy hiking in the Australian Outback? Ohhh, YES! Here’s Amandawho will share her hands-on knowledge of the friendly trails of Kings Canyon Rim.

Hiking probably isn’t something that comes to mind when you think about the Australian Outback. So I thought I’d better fix that. Don’t just think about big red rocks, flies and thousands of kilometres of nothing. Think about mountain ranges, gorges, waterholes and spectacular canyons.

Kings Canyon Rim In The Australian Outback

The PlanetD’s Day At The Tongariro Crossing

"DavenDeb at Base camp everest trek"

Guest Post: Easy Hiking New Zealand

With our new series, we are asking adventure travellers to tell us what their favourite easy hiking trail is and why. And no one is more appropriate to kick it off than THE Adventure Couple themselves, Dave and Deb of ThePlanetD who identified their favourite as the Tongariro Crossing in this guest post.

The Tongariro Crossing

Located near Taupo, the North Island’s main town

The PlanetD’s Day At The Tongariro Crossing

Hiking In The Shadows Of Mt Doom

"John and Andrea Spirov"

Easy Hiking in New Zealand

 

A guest post by John and Andrea Spirov Visitors to New Zealand may be easily fooled into thinking that the most magnificent scenery lies only in the South Island. But the North Island also has some spectacular terrain, including what many consider to be the best one-day hiking trail in the country. In the Shadows of Mt Doom

The 19.4 km Tongariro Alpine Crossing took us up

Hiking In The Shadows Of Mt Doom