Where to go when you want to give work emails and Facebook friends a miss
Try and get a mobile signal at the East Taranaki town of Whangamomona and you're out of luck.
And many people want it to stay that way to keep their tiny town a digital free paradise where people actually talk to each other.
If that sounds like you we've got 10 other mobile black spots, as identified by Crown Fibre, where the digital age is yet to intrude.
1. Milford Sound, Fiordland
So you've made it all the way to Milford Sound and now you want to send your mum photos of how beautiful it is. She's going to have to wait. Mobile phones are useless in the sound.
2. Bethells Beach, Auckland
Forget about posting your latest sunbathing and/or sunset pics to your Facebook mates here.
Bethells Beach is mobile reception unfriendly. Good on ya!
3. Cape Reinga
You've made it all the way to the top of New Zealand and you hear your phone ring.
Just kidding. You're not going to get a signal here.
4. Haast, West Coast
Can't remember if the Haast eagle had a wingspan of three metres or four.
Forget about flicking out your phone to Google it. Reception is patchy at best.
5. Trotter's Gorge, Otago
This gorge is so gorgeous it's worth at least one Instagram post and a status update to "isn't life amazing".
Tough luck. This isn't digital country, mate.
6. Lake Mahinapua, West Coast
You've had enough of whitebaiting on the coast. Now it's time to head inland and relax by the lake.
But if you've haven't downloaded your Netflix fix before you get there, you're going screen free buddy.
7. Makara, Wellington
It's just a hop, skip and a jump from our capital but Makara is in a different world digitally.
Try and drop a hashtag here and they won't have a clue what you're talking about.
8. Fletchers Bay, Coromandel
This place is so good it's criminal not to tell your friends about it and get them to join you as soon as possible.
Well, prepare to be handcuffed. You won't be making any calls from here.
9. Tongaporutu, Taranaki
If you ever wondered what New Zealand looked like 40 years ago, Tongaporutu is the place to go.
You won't find Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook or Instagram anywhere. Hurrah!
10. Totaranui Beach, Abel Tasman National Park
If you enjoy it quiet and peaceful while you fish, Totaranui Beach is for you.
If you like checking your work emails on your phone, it is not.