I was sent a copy of the recently released Lonely Planet New Zealand’s South Island guide the other day to review. And review it I will next week. I’m keen to find out how my hometown of Christchurch is portrayed.
But once I’ve done that, I plan on giving the book away to one lucky Perceptive Travel blog reader.
So all of you who are planning on visiting New Zealand, have visited New Zealand and want to relive the experience, or one day dream of visiting New Zealand, here’s your chance of finding out all the great and wonderful things that New Zealand’s South Island, which many of us locals called the mainland, have to offer.
This book is the first one from Lonely Planet to focus totally on the South Island, although for some strange reason, they also felt the need to dedicate thirty four pages to the capital city of Wellington which everyone knows is not, in any way, part of the South Island.
Still, even with this slight deviation, this book looks to cover all the wonders, attractions, adventures, scenic delights, culinary offerings, and highlights of a part of New Zealand that I consider my backyard.
Stop by next weekend to read my complete and thorough review of the Lonely Planet New Zealand’s South Island.
To be in for a chance to win the copy for yourself leaving a comment sharing your New Zealand adventure or hopes about having a New Zealand adventure.
This giveaway is open to everyone around the world and will run until June 1st when a winner will be announced.
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