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New Book From Super Cheap Guides Reveals the Secrets to Cheap Travel in New Zealand
One of the most beautiful countries in the world, New Zealand also has a reputation as an expensive place to visit, but finally there is a book dedicated to showing how to enjoy this wonderful country on a budget!
Super Cheap Guides, the leading budget travel website, is expanding and has finally published its keenly-awaited New Zealand book. More and more people from across the world want to come here, yet most tourists are clueless as to how to enjoy it without spending all their savings. Super Cheap New Zealand will show tourists how.
A follow-up to the top-selling Super Cheap Japan guidebook, a book that has always featured on the Japan bestsellers lists on Amazon, Super Cheap New Zealand uses a similar formula, showing exactly where, when and how to travel in New Zealand on a budget. Grab lunch for $5, enjoy a free hike in the mountains, or go bungee jumping on the cheap; all with this super helpful guide.
Super Cheap New Zealand: The Ultimate Travel Guide for Budget Travelers, Backpackers, Campers, Students and Families is available either as a 104-page perfect-bound, full-color paperback or in ebook form. It is available at Amazon and other well-known book retailers. More information and samples can be found here.
Matthew Baxter is a British travel author who lived in New Zealand and Japan for many years. Having traveled across these countries, without much money, he has built up an extensive knowledge of budget travel, and also worked at many leading tourism companies in both countries. He also writes professionally for several websites and publications, such as the GaijinPot, All About and the Japan National Tourist Association.
About Super Cheap Guides
Founded in 2013, Super Cheap Guides is a popular budget travel blog, book publisher and online guide. It focuses on getting the most out of traveling in New Zealand or Japan, whether you are a backpacker, budget traveler, worker or student.