New Zealand travel books and New Zealand guidebooks offer valuable information for planning your most enjoyable New Zealand travel holiday. Browse our selection of New Zealand travel books, including accommodation guides, New Zealand maps and guides to attractions and activities in New Zealand.
To get the best out of your stay in New Zealand, we have put together a collection of New Zealand travel books. These New Zealand travel books cover a range of topics but all contain practical information and travel experiences that will help you on your journey around New Zealand.
Wises New Zealand Compact Map - Only NZ$13.95 - Free delivery worldwide.
A great driving map resource to help you plan your New Zealand holiday. The map is double sided with the North and South Islands on alternate sides. Dimensions are: 420mm x 640mm.
Includes Town Centre Maps of: Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, Invercargill, Nelson, Picton, Queenstown, Rotorua, Tauranga and Wellington. Also contains a Travelling Distances chart, and a Travelling Times chart...
New Zealand North and South - Only NZ$34.95 - Free delivery worldwide.
Landscape photographer Craig Potton has selected 144 images from journeys around (and over) both North and South Islands of New Zealand capturing the essence of New Zealand's natural and cultural landscape....
Experience New Zealand's scenic diversity with A Guide to New Zealand Waterfalls. Find the country's most spectacular waterfalls in landscapes as varied as serene rainforests, awe-inspiring alpine mountains, mythical fiords, colourful volcanic moonscapes, and soothing sandy beaches. This book is a visual treat as well as an trip-planning resource with breath-taking colour photos...more
The Ultimate New Zealand Travel Guide - By: Ron Laughlin - Only NZ$23.22
Learn about New Zealand from a real professional travel writer/photographer who has travelled throughout the entire country for years searching for travel articles and photographs taking the side roads of discovery. He will personally introduce you to the fabulous scenic wonders of New Zealand, exciting activities for the most adventuresome to the laid back. This is the smaller, black and white version of Ron Laughlin's travel guide book....more
New Zealand - Been There & Done That - By: Ron Laughlin - Only NZ$49.95
This is the larger, colour version of Ron Laughlin's travel guide book. Learn about New Zealand from a real travel writer/photographer who has travelled throughout the entire country for years searching for travel articles and photographs, taking the side roads of discovery. Ron will introduce you to the fabulous scenic wonders of New Zealand, to the exciting activities for the most adventuresome through to the more relaxed activities for those who like to take it easy....more
Find out what all the fuss is about. Experience the natural and human wonders of New Zealand: green national parks and towering mountain backdrops plus a vibrant cultural scene with wining and dining to write home about. Be inspired with this bestselling, independent guidebook in hand...more
Practical, informative and user-friendly, the Globetrotter Travel Guide to New Zealand highlights the major places of interest, describing their principal attractions and offering sound suggestions on where to tour, stay, eat, shop and relax...more
Fodor's Exploring Guides up-to-date, full-color guidebooks. Covering destinations around the world, these guides are loaded with photos, essays on culture and history, architecture and art, itineraries, walks and excursions, descriptions of sights and practical information. Fodor's Exploring New Zealand gives you great tips on dining and lodging for all budgets as well as tips on...more
AA Essential New Zealand, by local expert Allan Edie, tells you all you need to know. It's up to date and easy to use, and is divided into five colour coded sections: viewing, top ten, what to see, where to, and practical matters...more
New Zealand is so picture-perfect that lots of visitors--including travel writers can't get past the stunning surface beauty. That's why it's a particular pleasure to open the pages of Kiwi track, Andrew Stevenson's wryly affectionate recollection of his four-month backpacking exploration of the Land of the Long White Cloud...more
Whether you dream of kayaking to pristine beaches, hurling yourself down adrenaline-charged bungy jumps and ski slopes, or exploring the country's fascinating Maori and Polynesian heritage, the Rough Guide to New Zealand has all you need for the trip of a lifetime...more
This guide is very informative and well-written. It hits all the major touristy places and a lot of out of the way sites too. If you've never been to new Zealand, and are on a budget, this is the guide for you. Good options for hostels and restaurants. Lots of cheap walking tours and affordable things to do...more
This 350 page book includes a section detailing New Zealand's history, features covering aspects of the country's life and culture, ranging from classic Maori art to its love of outdoor adventure, a region by region visitor's guide to the sights, and a comprehensive travel tips. Section packed with essential contact addresses and numbers. Plus many excellent photographs and 17 maps...more
Make the most of your short stay in New Zealand. This guide leads you through the best areas of the country, so you don't waste a minute of your holiday. It reveals the must-see sights, plus the best restaurants and cafes, best shops, activities and entertainment...more
Accurate and detailed information on every aspect of this explorer's wonderland. Includes a glossary of indigenous terms, current prices for attractions, restaurants, and hotels, as well as ideas for activities such as safari tours with Maori guides and bungee cord jumping...more
Independent Travellers New Zealand is an original and practical guide to traveling around this spectacular, faraway country on a budget. Revised annually, it is describes plenty of recommended routes to travel, cities and areas to visit, and offers budget options for accommodations, transportation, eating out, and sightseeing. The guide comes with its own tailored free mini weblinks CD...more
As the premiere title in Lonely Planet's new cycling series, "Cycling New Zealand" is an informative guide that steers you along 34 of the best cycling routes in New Zealand. With this book in tow you can explore spectacular coastal roads, rugged mountain passes and rich dairy country with rides ranging from leisurely one day trips to challenging extended tours...more
New Zealand is a paradise for motorcycle touring. The appeal of the open road is heightened by the magnificent scenery and the exuberant variety of dramatic landscapes. Here it is possible to travel from the beach, to the river, to the mountains and back again in one day...more
A complete guide to touring New Zealand by motorhome. Includes information on renting and operating a motorhome as well as reports on camping facilities and attractions. Gives several itinerary suggestions...more
This edition is far better than the previous editions. It's new organization and additional information sections are a marked improvement. A new section on Flora and Fauna gives a highlight of any New Zealand tramp. This book acts as an excellent reference book while tramping...more
This guide focuses on adventure and eco-travel, a way of traveling that doesn't hurt the environment or the local people. It includes activities like boating, caving, rafting, kayaking, whale watching, biking, hiking, rock climbing, and wildlife excursions. It also gives background on the area's history (both natural and cultural), the native plants and animals, and basic travel...more
New Zealand is one of the "hot" fly-fishing spots in the world today. Known for brilliant, crystal clear rivers, Zane Grey's New Zealand conjures up images of huge and mythic trout. In "Tales of the Angler's Eldorado", Grey fishes both these now legendary streams as well as pursues the monster swordfish off the coast of the New Zealand shores. It's an adventure story and a fishing story...more
New Zealanders call their country the "Last Great Paradise" and it's no wonder. Similar in size to Japan or Great Britain, New Zealand offers a diversity of scenery hard to match anywhere in the world: glaciated mountains, active volcanoes, vast tracts of dense rainforest, wild rivers and tumbling waterfalls, crystal-clear lakes, magnificent fiords, rich rolling farmlands...more