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Top 5 must do New Zealand experiences

There’s no doubt that Australia’s ‘Tasman cousin’ New Zealand is an impeccably beautiful country. With spectacular fiords, impressive nature parks, and captivating caves, there’s a never-ending list of things to discover. It can be hard to know where to start with so much beauty on offer here, that’s why we have compiled our top 5 must do experiences of New Zealand, allowing you to get the best of the best on your next holiday here.
Flinders Ranges, by Amie Bunnik

Five reasons why SA's Flinders Ranges are a must-do!

Have you ever imagined what it would be like to explore Mars? Well I could confidently say South Australia’s Flinders Ranges are likely the next closest thing.
The Barossa, by Dennis Bunnik

How much do you know about the Barossa?

There’s no doubt that you’ve heard of the Barossa. An internationally acclaimed wine region, and one of Australia’s best known, the Barossa is home to some of the world’s best wine and oldest vines.
Photo credit: Miles Holden

The magical Franz Josef Glacier

The Franz Josef Glacier, or Kā Roimata o Hine Hukatere as it is known in Māori, is a spectacular 12-kilometre-long temperate maritime glacier on the western coast at the Westland Tai Poutini National Park in New Zealand.
Champagne Pool - Photo credit: patrox from Pixabay

Photo guide | Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland

Located in Rotorua, the iconic Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland is set in an active geothermal area within the Oktataina Volcanic Centre. Meaning ‘sacred waters’ in Māori, Wai-O-Tapu is a spectacularly diverse and colourful landscape, filled with huge volcanic craters, steaming vents, sinter terrace formations, colourful hot and cold springs and surrounded by a lush bush setting. See some of the magnificent sights to be found here within our photo guide.

Confidence in Travelling | Health and Safety on Tour

Traveller safety is our highest priority. Bunnik Tours’ has therefore adopted the covid safe travel protocols released by the Council of Australian Tour Operators (CATO) and the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) to ensure a high level of hygiene and safety on our tours. Bunnik Tours has always practiced social distancing through our policy of using full sized coaches for small groups.
Rock-hewn churches of Lalibela by James Atwell

The beauty of Lalibela

Lalibela would have to be one of the most fascinating places I have ever visited. Exploring the World Heritage listed churches is like being part of a real-life Indiana Jones movie.
Credit: Rama, Cc-by-sa-2.0-fr

Hands On with Ethiopian cuisine

Eating with your hands and getting your fingers messy scooping up various stews and curries is customary and part of the overall enjoyment of Ethiopian cuisine.

Snow-covered Jewels of Dalmatia

There’s something magical about Europe in winter, particularly when its draped in spectacular white snow. Normally Bunnik’s Jewels of Dalmatia small group tour is run during summer, however on this particular trip, we hosted travel agents who got a sneak peek at this region, experiencing it in all its glory as a winter wonderland.