New Zealand (Independent Travellers Guides Series)

New Zealand (Independent Travellers Guides Series)

by Christopher Rice, Melanie Rice
     
 

Independent Travellers guides offer "everything you need, nothing you don't". Updated annually, they cut through the mountains of surplus information available to travelers and present only the most relevant, useful and interesting facts, tips and advice.
Every guide comes with its own free weblinks CD. Pick and click your way to the best flight deals and the… See more details below

Overview

Independent Travellers guides offer "everything you need, nothing you don't". Updated annually, they cut through the mountains of surplus information available to travelers and present only the most relevant, useful and interesting facts, tips and advice.
Every guide comes with its own free weblinks CD. Pick and click your way to the best flight deals and the latest on travel passes, check out today's exchange rates, choose your accommodations before you go and get an inside view of what you'll find when you get there.
Inside you'll find: features on cities, towns, national parks and scenic areas; practical information on car hire, air travel and public transport; journey plans with route maps, distances and travel timings; budget guides to where to stay, where to eat, and what to see and do; details of rail and coach passes, plus other budget travel options; includes color photographs plus town and area maps.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781841573687
Publisher:
Cook, Thomas Publishing
Publication date:
01/01/2004
Series:
Independent Travellers Guides Series
Edition description:
Includes CD-Rom
Pages:
440
Product dimensions:
5.16(w) x 7.46(h) x 0.77(d)

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Most tourists associate New Zealand with Australia, yet it's important to remember that the two countries are as far apart as, say, London and Moscow or New York and Denver; the people too are different. New Zealand comprises two main islands, helpfully named North and South. Apart from Stewart Island, just off the southern coast, there's a scattering of dependencies across the Pacific, including, the Chatham Islands, Campbell Island, Tokelau and Raoul Island in the Keramdecs, not forgetting a 414,000 square kilometre chunk of Antarctica, administered as the Ross Dependency.

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