Category Archives: Travel Tips
The overwhelming majority of New Zealand’s glaciers (all but twenty out of more than three-thousand) are to be found in the country’s Southern Alps. Discover the frozen beauty of New Zealand with Silver Fern Holidays…
If you’re planning a New Zealand holiday, then you’ll be pleased to know that getting around New Zealand really is a cinch. There are several means of transport at your disposal, allowing you to tailor your trip to your preferred … Continue reading
New Zealand is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. It’s packed with everything that you could wish for from a dream holiday; the landscape is varied and beautiful, the wildlife is delightfully weird and wonderful, the … Continue reading
If you’re planning a New Zealand holiday, then you may well have a summer trip in mind. Naturally, experiencing the youngest country in the world during the summer months with the sun beaming down is a truly delightful experience.
Although New Zealand is perhaps best known for its breathtaking scenery and natural wonders; as well as being a paradise for those wanting to make the most of the great outdoors, it’s also a fantastic destination for food-lovers too.
New Zealand is often overlooked for family holidays, especially for those with smaller children, simply because of its distance from the UK and the considerable time it takes to get there. However, we think it’s the perfect place to visit … Continue reading
Staying at a bed and breakfast is always our first recommendation when we’re planning a holiday for our travelers. We spend a huge amount of time checking out unique and special places to stay across New Zealand and we all … Continue reading
New Zealand is a destination for all year round, and although there are some limitations to visiting in the winter, they are far outweighed by the benefits – from the broader choice of accommodation, quieter roads and less tourists to … Continue reading
Singapore has become one of our traveller’s favourite places to stop over en route to New Zealand and it’s easy to understand why. It’s not as chaotic and full on as other Asian cities, and its clean streets, easy to … Continue reading