If feeling seasick is something you have to put up with every time you get on board a boat, then we have a few tips for getting through it. Have a read and the next time you sail make use of these pointers on how to avoid seasickness on the ferry.
Whether you’re visiting from afar or are a Kiwi who’s never hopped aboard, the Interislander is an easy, comfortable and scenic way to jump between New Zealand’s North and South Islands. Here are some helpful tips to plan your journey.
The TranzAlpine train is one of the best ways to see the South Island. And we’ve got a stack of reasons to prove it plus a bunch of tips when travelling with kids – and some family-friendly things to do along the way.
If you’re not into airport queues, backseat drivers and ‘are we there yet’ every five minutes, the Interislander Ferry across the Cook Strait is a great way to jump between the North and South islands.