FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
A major gateway to Whanganui National Park, Wanganui city is worthy in its own right. The compact city center has lively streets with shops and galleries and restored heritage buildings that hark back to colonial times and busy trading days. The city is home to a lively arts community, in particular glass and pottery, and locals gather at the River Traders riverside market on Saturday morning for
fresh produce and crafts. Two restored riverboats cruise the river's lower reaches, and gardens, parks, an interesting regional museum, and fine cafés and restaurants complete the picture.
For many travelers, Cambridge provides a good lunch break on their way elsewhere. But this cute town, with its galleries, cafés, historic buildings...
Rising steeply, 8,320 feet above sea level, Mt. Taranaki dominates the landscape of this national park. It's difficult not to be drawn toward...