The Blue Belle Cafe was one of the first pie recommendations we received. After taking the ferry to the North Island, we made sure to visit.
Whilst walking in Waikawa (near Picton), we picked up a pie from a coffee stand selling ‘Renwick Pies’. We decided to find where these pies were born.
We visited Picton Village Bakery whilst spending a few days enjoying Picton before we headed to the North Island. After a few days of sandwiches, we decided a lunchtime pie was called for. Despite not being on our list of Pie’s to try, we took the opportunity to give them a review and keep our READ MORE
There was a lot of hype around this famous Sheffield Pie Shop. It was recommended by some InstaFriends (Meisha & Vincent – @gander_overlander) and is one of the only pie shops listed on WikiCamps, a New Zealand Tourist app. We were in the area and planned a day trip mostly so we could drive right READ MORE
Where can you find the best pie in New Zealand? We’re on a mission to find out. Check out our current rankings and reviews here!
There are a LOT of things to do in New Zealand. We’ll breakdown all of the things you can do here by region, with our top picks highlighted at each level.
There are a number of factors to consider when deciding on renting or buying a camper van in New Zealand. Having done both, we’ll take you through the pro’s and con’s of renting vs buying. Factors to consider Anyone making this decision will have to balance each of the following factors. How long are you READ MORE
Almost 5 months into our year long trip around the world and, as much as we’ve enjoyed South America and our Hawaiian break, we now arrived at, possibly, our most anticipated destination.
Mount Cook is the highest point in New Zealand, and is home to some of the most epic views in New Zealand. There’s not a lot to do in Mount Cook Village itself (yes, village, it’s a very small place!) but the surrounding area’s are full of things to see and do. Here are our READ MORE
Located in the Southland region of the South Island of New Zealand, Te Anau is a small town found on the shore of Lake Te Anau, the largest lake in the South Island