We already know that New Zealand is one of the most iconic destinations to visit but they've stepped it up again by introducing PurePods. These small glass cabins are positioned inconspicuously in the South Island and present a brand new way to detox yourself from all the attachments of modern living.

By integrating the natural environment, each of the six PurePods locations brings a unique setting: grassy plains, valleys and water, to name a few.

Stephanie Hassall, the founder of PurePods says "I'm really passionate about water views so I love Atatu because I love watching the sun come out of the sea in the morning" 

"I also really like Kahutara. You’ve got the mountain view. You’ve got the river view. You’ve got the sound of the wind in the long grasses in the summertime.”

The most important aspect of this project is its sustainability. Incredibly, all the pods were built at no cost to mother nature. Stephanie and her team achieved this by ensuring the responsible use of a local water source, complete integration of solar power, as well as bio-fuel heaters for each respective pod.

If you want to find out more about PurePods and perhaps even book your own isolated getaway, head to purepods.com

We already know that New Zealand is one of the most iconic destinations to visit but they've stepped it up again by introducing PurePods. These small glass cabins are positioned inconspicuously in the South Island and present a brand new way to detox yourself from all the attachments of modern living.

By integrating the natural environment, each of the six PurePods locations brings a unique setting: grassy plains, valleys and water, to name a few.

Stephanie Hassall, the founder of PurePods says "I'm really passionate about water views so I love Atatu because I love watching the sun come out of the sea in the morning" 

"I also really like Kahutara. You’ve got the mountain view. You’ve got the river view. You’ve got the sound of the wind in the long grasses in the summertime.”

The most important aspect of this project is its sustainability. Incredibly, all the pods were built at no cost to mother nature. Stephanie and her team achieved this by ensuring the responsible use of a local water source, complete integration of solar power, as well as bio-fuel heaters for each respective pod.

If you want to find out more about PurePods and perhaps even book your own isolated getaway, head to purepods.com