A stunning pictorial touring guide to New Zealand’s North Island and South Island. Inspirational journeys through the spectacular scenery of the New Zealand – the perfect travel guide to ‘heartland’ New Zealand.
These ‘must have’ iBooks are illustrated with 1500 stunning images, both aerial and landscape, and commentary about the towns, cities, culture and history of the people of New Zealand.
Stunning pictorial touring guides to New Zealand. Inspirational journeys through the spectacular scenery.
Ever wanted to go to NZ? It’s like being there.
When you click the Apple ‘get it on iBook’ tab, you are taken to the preview page in iTunes. In order to buy the book you must click view in iBooks button where you will see the same preview page, but here it has the option to buy.
Please make me a happy author and click to buy!
I believe the reason for this double exposure to the preview page is to prevent non Apple owners (Androiders) from attempting to download an Apple only product. If I am teaching my grandmother to suck eggs, sorry!
- I found the Bicknell’s guide on the North Island to be indispensable when planning an advernture to the other side of the world. The photographs are stunning be they the remarkable aerial photographs or breath taking landscapes. Included are informative links to so many local websites from The Royal Albatros Centre to the only Castle in New Zealand, Larnach Castle. Helicopter charter to Mt Cheeseman a premier ski resort. Plus the essential links to Airlines, accommodation, car rental, ferries, busses, trains and last but not least Travel Agents. A remarkable body of work!~ 45 Chevy
- ~ 45 ChevyIt has always been a dream of mine to visit the Islands of New Zealand only enhanced by Peter Jackson's images in The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Now I can throughly research every nook and cranny through the equally talented lens of Steve Bicknell who is not only a master of aerial photography but also stunning landscapes . The Bicknells have also put together excellent routes to explore .First rate guide which makes planning a trip to the other side of the world a breeze.
- It is very difficult to describe the scale of the embrace of this book and its sister volume on the South Island. It is an utterly commodious compendium - the reader and future traveller simply has to decide how to set about eliminating what they won’t have time for - not an easy task given the stunning array of images presented. Indispensable in the way of no other guide I have ever seen.~ Fickle Shrewdie