A few weeks of annual leave is usually a ticket to see the world. Peter Dowden describes how, on his last holiday, the world came to him.
Kiwis thinking about calling off planned trips abroad because of Covid-19 fears should be asking themselves three big questions, a microbiologist says.
Tourism and hospitality operators are desperate to keep staff with hopes an economic downturn will pass in time, Jacob McSweeny reports.
Kiwis are often terrible at exploring everything New Zealand has to offer, but the Covid-19 outbreak provides another reason to try holidaying at home. Rebecca Fox plays tourist in her own backyard.
The latest travel book from Lonely Planet, Sustainable Escapes, discovers the world's best eco-conscious travel experiences and places to stay. This is an edited extract.
Tongass National Park is one of the world’s great, unspoiled forests, writes Mike MacEacheran. And it’s home to more brown bears than anywhere else on the planet.
Air New Zealand’s $9 one-way flights have sold out within minutes and crashed the Grabaseat website.
The tiny Scottish island of Eilean Shona inspired the author J.M. Barrie, helping to frame the world of Peter Pan. Time there confirms some dreams do come true.
Roy Sinclair takes a leisurely train ride from Switzerland's oldest town to Italy and basks in the beauty of the area.
As travel agencies and cruise companies are changing itineraries or postponing trips in response to the coronavirus, local travellers are anxiously looking at what it means to them.
The Pelorus Sound mailboat has been delivering post, groceries and crucial supplies to isolated homesteads around the Marlborough Sounds for more than 100 years.
As Brasilia turns 60, Chris Hall takes time out on a visit to the Brazilian capital and Rio de Janeiro to reassess legendary modernist Oscar Niemeyer.
Mark Johanson’s decision to trace his ancestry on a wild trip in Sweden led to rewards — and a dapper souvenir.