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TRAVEL INSPIRED: EMBRACE THE ADVENTURE

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Travel Inspired: 

Embrace the Adventure 

Hi, I am Adam Constanza from Wellington, New Zealand. I have a passion for adventure travel and activities, and share them with you through my stories, photography and sketches. If you'd like to know more... 

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Paekakariki Escarpment Trail - Photo: Ashlee Gross

Just 45 kilometres from Wellington City, not only will you be rewarded with some spectacular views of the Tasman Sea and Kapiti Island, you'll also get a decent workout on this 10 kilometre trail, climbing over 200 metres above sea level. The Paekakariki Escarpment, running to Pukerua Bay forms part of the Te Araroa trail spanning 3000 kilometres from Cape Reinga to Bluff and is sure to become a Wellington favourite. Read more... Kapiti Coast: Paekakariki to Pukerua Bay

 
 

Mount Aspiring National Park, Rees Track - Photo: Adam Constanza

 
 

Lake Wakatipu, the Rees River, the Southern Alps and Mount Aspiring National Park make for one of the most incredible trails I have run. Read more... Trail Running the Rees Track, Glenorchy

 
 
 
SPECIAL WELLINGTON EDITION - Everything to do with Wellington including the low down on cafes, restaurants and bars, the top free things to do, suggested day trips, excellent views and more... Read more... Wellington Region

 

Summiting Mount Taranaki. The adventure began way before the gruelling 2,518 metre climb to the summit. We we're keen for a big adventure which would have to be packed into a short space of time. An adventure that would test both our mental and physical strength. Read more... Cycling and Summiting Taranaki, New Zealand


As a concerted effort to explore things on my doorstep, I recently went to Zealandia in Wellington; a sanctuary for birds, reptiles and insects. The dominating fence catches my eye and I instantly have flashbacks of Jurassic Park and feel a tinge of excitement. A quick inspection of my bag for rodents and I enter the park with the double gates closing behind me... Read more... Exploring Zealandia


 
Wellington, the capital of New Zealand ‘the coolest little capital in the world’ (Lonely Planet 2011) has so much to offer. Whether you’re a visitor or a Wellingtonian, experience Wellington from my top 5 vantage points, each providing a unique perspective of the city, harbour and stunning surroundings. Read more... Wellington day trips, a different point of view
 

It's an adventure simply getting to Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve in the Amazon Basin. Surrounded by an abundance of wildlife makes for an incredible canoeing experience. The real highlight for me is fishing for piranha! Read more... Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, Amazon Basin, Peru


 

Are you preparing to go travelling? Make sure you read these 15 Top tips to travel lighter and smarter! I've made the mistakes, so that you don't have too. Read more...Travel Light and Smart

Published here too: http://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/kiwi-traveller/9769902/How-to-travel-lighter-and-smarter

 

Wilderness and Alaska, the two go hand in hand and we wanted to experience both. Our travels took us to Seward on the Kenai Peninsula of Alaska for a multi-day kayaking adventure. Read more... Overnight in a kayak, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska

 
Cycling from Picton to Nelson along the scenic Queen Charlotte Drive, exploring Nelson's markets and walking one of New Zealand's Great Walks, The Heaphy Track. Read more... Picton and Nelson Region


 
Exploring the stunning Fijian Yasawa Islands... starting with the down to earth, relaxing Island of Nanuya Lailai in the far north, followed by the luxury and activity packed island of Waya. Read more... Basic and Luxury in the Yasawa Islands
 

Some of my favourite sketches that I've done from photographs taken whilst travelling. See them here... Travel Sketches


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“Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, 

deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.”

Miriam Beard