New Zealand Travel Guides
101 Must-Do's for Kiwis
I Love You New Zealand pulls together the 101 Must-Do’s for Kiwis including the pretty, fun and interesting bits and the little known areas of our beautiful country.
From Cape Reinga to Stewart Island, from the top of Mount Cook to the depths of a cave in Waitomo, it’s all here, laid out region by region and in alphabetical order.
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101 Must-Do Weekends
A follow-up to the successful 101 Must-do’s for Kiwis campaign by the AA in 2007 and the book I love you New Zealand which came from it, this new book is a series of brief but well researched suggestions for great weekends away around our own country, complemented by great colour photographs.
The book is divided into 10 broad themes, each containing up to 15 specific suggestions. However, the beauty of the collection lies in its mix-and-match potential. Thus if you have a special interest in art and craft, for example, a weekend in the Nelson region will be very rewarding but there’s also plenty of scope for other activities covered elsewhere in the book such as visiting the region’s vineyards or exploring the great outdoors.
Let's Go Camping
Camping is a favourite kiwi pastime that has lasted through the generations and is still proving popular. Back in 2006 camping was voted the countries 9th Must-Do for Kiwis in the AA's 101 Must-Do’s for Kiwis campaign.
We've seen more holiday parks established around the country, carving a home away from home feeling for all ages to enjoy as the years go by. Your basic 2 person tent, caravan with awning or cabin unit with uninterrupted sea views means you’re spoilt for choice in terms of the type of camping experience you might like to have. Whatever the type of camping experience you’re after there is no question it’s a great way to spend time with the family, chill out over the summer or take in the many wonders of our natural landscape.
Great Kiwi Road Trips
Great Kiwi Road Trips seeks out remote corners of New Zealand from Cape Reinga to Bluff covering all the best driving routes and hidden gems along the way. Must-Do's are highlighted, and easy to read mapping and accompanying commentary makes touring an absolute breeze.
New Zealand Maps
North & South Island Maps are great planning tools for your road trips.
These maps include travelling time and distances, 101 Must-Do’s for Kiwis, town and localities index. Features are highlighted for your reference including motorways, railways, national parks, airports, golf courses, ski fields, i-SITES and AA Centres.
These maps have a scale of 1:1,100,000.
Include all roads and some selected rivers, parks/reserves, schools, hospitals, road names, feature names, urban tourist symbols and suburb names. These include detailed central city and road indexes with the enlargements ranging from 1:10,000 to 1:12,500.
* Please Note: Some map cover images may vary from what’s been advertised above.
Our new range of touring district maps include city insert maps, time and distance guide, regional travel highways and points of interest.
These maps have a scale of 1:360,000 to 1:550,000.
The Touring Maps also include road and town index, AA Centres, i-SITES, 101 Must Do's, regional features and things to see and do.
Tourist symbols highlight many points of interest including ski fields, wineries, motor camps, airports, golf courses and other relevant tourist information.
New Zealand Accommodation Guides
The AA produces the largest and most authoritative New Zealand Accommodation Guides. A comprehensive travel planning reference, and on-road guide, the AA New Zealand Accommodation Guide features
a full range of luxury to budget accommodation options.
New Zealand Accommodation Guide
A comprehensive guide for accommodation options throughout New Zealand including hotels, motels, holiday parks, camping grounds, backpackers and bed & breakfasts.
*Please note: Accommodation guides are available at no cost but there will be a charge to cover freight to your destination.