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It's an endless summer in New Zealand!

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Discover the perfect things to do in summer.

I've been fortunate enough to have spent the last few weeks in both the South and North Islands of New Zealand, and it's been great to see that the long awaited summer has arrived! Queenstown For us Kiwis, we all seem to be saying that these are the summers we remember from when we were kids; hot days, warm seas, blue skies and warm evenings - and the great news it that there is still more of it to come!

So what`s hot in NZ this summer?

Waiheke Island

The "Hamptons" of New Zealand continues to be a popular spot.  Filled with beautiful people staying in beautiful houses and relaxing on beautiful beaches, Waiheke is the go to destination.  The spot I`ve seen most regularly frequented on Waiheke this summer? Stonyridge Vineyard (something about the food and wine?).  Our favourite places to stay here are Oneroa Vineyard and Hei Matau.

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Beaches of the Coromandel

Ever popular with Kiwis looking for that laid back `bach` style holiday is the Coromandel region.  We have a place in Opoutere and the beach is so beautiful and isolated. Many of my friends and associates frequent hot spots such as Cooks Beach, Ha Hei, Matarangi and Whangamata.  This is the "fish and chips on the beach" capital of New Zealand.  

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Bay of Islands

I think the Bay of Islands has had the most consistently amazing weather this summer and many a friend was seen sailing, swimming and dining out at the Duke of Marlborough. My fav places in the Bay of Islands to stay are Eagles Nest, Otaha Beach and Tahapuke.  Beautiful places to enjoy a cold Chardonnay on the deck overlooking the ocean.

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Grab your kayak and your walking shoes and head out through the Abel Tasman.  The weather is pretty much bang on every day and the natural beauty of the region can keep you active for days.  Our favourite place to stay in the Abel Tasman is Split Apple Retreat and the Bay of Many Coves.

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Queenstown

I can`t help but mention Queenstown.  The weather has been incredible down south all summer - blue clear skies and warm weather resulting in bustling wineries, hot air ballooning, sky diving and paddle boarding on the regions many lakes.  There are so many favourite places to stay here we can`t really choose one but our two top ones this summer have been the Lodge at The Hills and our very own Copper House. 

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