NZ is not abundant in native mammalian wildlife, with the only native land mammal being the bat! However, there are still many unique and wonderful creatures to see including a number of incredible flightless birds - the most famous being the kiwi of course, and dinosaur age relics - the tuatara, Archey's frog, and giant weta. Some of these are truly difficult to see in the wild, others are not. This list gives any animal lover a few options:Read More
Following on from my earlier post Hunting Australia’s big five – where to see kangaroos, koalas, platypus, echidnas, and wombats in the wild” I am going to add to this with some of Australia’s other iconic creatures and turn it into the big fifteen!Read More
Hunting Australia’s big five – where to see kangaroos, koalas, platypus, echidnas, and wombats in the wild!
Having constantly seen the following question on travel forums....
“Where can I see kangaroos and koalas in the wild?”
....I thought I should give a few tips on where and how!!Read More
Yes it does happen all over Asia and more these days, and yes it is fun and generally quite pleasant to have the fish pedi treatment. Pleasant, that is, after you get over the initial tickling sensations and the laughter of all those with and around you.Read More