at New Zealand's tapu and pristine sites
‘Tis the season once again. Nope not Christmas, it’s the return of the misbehaving tourist.
Read this story in te reo Māori and English here. / Pānuitia tēnei i te reo Māori me te reo Pākehā ki konei.
As the warm weather rolls in, so does the more frequent use of the term ‘unruly’, which perhaps reached its zenith in the summer of 2019 as one family left an indelible mark on the country’s psyche.
Of course not all these ne'er-do-wells are from overseas, there are plenty of fence-hoppers from here too.
Here are just five times travellers have gone rogue in New Zealand.
Link to video and article: When tourists go rogue at New Zealand's tapu and pristine sites | Stuff.co.nz