DISCOVER NEW ZEALAND
Diverse landscapes, Food & Wine, Maori Culture, Adventure & Fun
New Zealand is a small country with enormous appeal. There is so much to see and do here that it really does offer something for everyone. From Glaciers to beaches, thermal wonders to lakes, mountains and the best vistas in the world – this is New Zealand. Best of all, you really don’t have to travel far within New Zealand to experience it all!
NZ has an abundance of different food and wine experiences catering to all tastes, from fine dining to casual café culture with great coffee. Here you will also find some of the best wineries in the world, producing many award-winning wines including a Kiwi favourite, Sauvignon Blanc.
With its diverse range of landscapes and activities, you can have a vacation full of adventure, excellent food and wine, or the most relaxing getaway ever thanks to the natural spas and beautiful beaches.
New Zealand has a vibrant arts culture, with many museums and art galleries. Get to know the unique indigenous Māori culture by visiting a marae or a traditional kapa haka (Māori performing arts) show.
Want adventure? How about sky-diving, jet boating, caving and heli-biking or bungy jumping! Prefer to relax? All made easy with spectacular beaches, natural spas, beautiful golf courses and phenomenal wineries and restaurants.
NZ is one of the safest English speaking countries in the world, offering so much charm and warm hospitality that is the perfect travel destination for families – especially when you take advantage of my close relationship with the country’s top suppliers!
Travelling with kids?
New Zealand is vast and every single inch of it is kid friendly. However because of this, accommodation needs to be booked as far as a year in advance, for peak season. Family friendly set-ups including adjoining rooms, family suites and apartments get snapped up quickly.
New Zealand is all about driving and exploring it’s beautiful diversity. If you are comfortable with driving on the left side of the road, then a car rental is highly recommended. We will give you detailed directions and itineraries, including where to stop for breaks along the way to experience an abundance of stunning views, roadside waterfalls and most importantly clean public restrooms!
How to get there
Over 20 international airlines fly into New Zealand regularly. Many cruise lines also dock in key cities around the country.
When to go
It is generally warmer at the top of the North Island and gets cold and sometimes snowy down south in the winter but places like Nelson and Marlborough are mostly always sunny. In some areas you can even ski in the morning and then head to the beach for an afternoon surf.
There are four distinct seasons in New Zealand:
Spring, September-November 7-17C/ 45-63F,
Summer, December-February: 12-23C/54-75F
Autumn, March-May: 8-18C/48-65F
Winter, June-August: 3-12C/39-55F
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