The Path to Paradise begins in HELL: Our host, James Nokise takes the Hell Hearse on a road trip to showcase some of the people and places that make Aotearoa, New Zealand so special.
COVID-19 has changed the way we travel for the foreseeable future, so what better time to explore and truly appreciate our own backyard. And we're not talking about the usual Luge or the Sky Tower, we're on a roadie to discover some local gems and underrated things NZ has to offer. So sit back, relax and come along on the road trip from HELL.
First off the ranks is Sulphur City, Rotorua.
Part 2 of the most awkwardly aromatic town.
The Hawkes Bay is a land of sunshine & wine, so we couldn't resist making a stop to take in some of their sights.
So, it turns out that the Bay of Plenty has plenty of bays and we aren't complaining. It's a perfect place to kick back, even outside of summer!
In this episode, we meet James from Lakeman Brewing, who's living the ultimate Kiwi dream in an outdoor-lovers paradise.
It's finally time to head into the heart of the south, where all manner of great debauchery happens. James uncovers some wildlife beyond Castle Street.
James is damned in isolation. Pull up a chair and join him for a walk down memory lane, taking a peek behind the curtain at some never before seen before footage.
Check out our most extreme episode yet, adventure tourism that any Kiwi can get amongst.
It's time for one final adventure in Queenstown. This episode is filled with a whole lotta heart as well as adrenaline action, so kick back and check it out!