Explore untouched New Zealand in all its breath-taking splendour

HIKE

through misty mountains and emerald fjords, ancient fern forests and cascading waterfalls.

EXPLORE

untouched New Zealand on one of New Zealand’s iconic Great Walks.

TRAMP

the Routeburn Track, overlapping the Mount Aspiring and Fiordland National Parks.

KAYAK

the Abel Tasman National Park, with its 30 miles of golden sand beaches, granite cliffs, subtropical bush and azure blue waters, teaming with bird life, fur seals and dolphins.

FOR LORD OF THE RINGS FANS

the Tongariro Alpine Crossing (a 12 mile, seven-hour hike) takes you through jagged volcanic rock and steep climbs, over barren landscape, through the Land of Mordor.

Take a scenic flight over Milford Sound, a fiord within the UNESCO listed Fiordland National Park, with its vivid landscapes over Mt Tutoko and Lake Wakatipu.

SOAR

above the volcanic landscapes of Mt Tarawera, over the Steaming Cliffs and the Waimangu Volcanic Valley, the Blue and Green Lakes and the bubbling geysers of Whakarewareewa Thermal Reserve.

PARAPENT, PARACHUTE, SKYDIVE, BUNGEE JUMP or MOUNTAIN BIKE

in Queenstown.

JETBOAT or JETSKI

the Shotover River, or take the Skyline Gondola, for views of Majestic Lake Wakatipu.

SKI, SNOWBOARD OR HELI-SKI

the pristine Southern Alps: Treble Cone, Mt Hutt, Coronet Peak, the Remarkables or Cardrona, with their crisp alpine air, fresh powder and breath-taking views (NZ ski season: mid June to early October)

EXPLORE THE NORTH ISLAND

Miles of empty black and white sand beaches – walk, swim, kayak, surf, windsurf, sail, horse ride.

Take a ferry across the Hauraki Gulf to Tiritiri Matangi island, a protected sanctuary for rare and endangered bird species.

Explore cavernous chambers in the Waitomo Caves, with glow-worms and stalactites. Visit the Hobbiton Movie Set, home to Bilbo Baggins and experience geothermal mud pools, dramatic geysers and a buried village in Rotorua.

Visit the Huka Falls, a thundering 11 metre high waterfall, with walking tracks, mountain biking and jet boating.

Do a wine tasting at one of the many boutique wineries on Waiheke Island, dine al fresco at award-winning winery restaurants, or sail to remote Great Barrier Island.

NEW ZEALAND has something for everyone

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hike

through misty mountains and emerald fjords, ancient fern forests and cascading waterfalls.

explore 

untouched New Zealand on one of New Zealand’s iconic Great Walks.

tramp 

the Routeburn Track, overlapping the Mount Aspiring and Fiordland National Parks.

kayak 

the Abel Tasman National Park, with its 30 miles of golden sand beaches, granite cliffs, subtropical bush and azure blue waters, teaming with bird life, fur seals and dolphins.

for lord of the rings fans 

the Tongariro Alpine Crossing (a 12 mile, seven-hour hike) takes you through jagged volcanic rock and steep climbs, over barren landscape, through the Land of Mordor.

Take a scenic flight over Milford Sound, a fiord within the UNESCO listed Fiordland National Park, with its vivid landscapes over Mt Tutoko and Lake Wakatipu.

soar 

above the volcanic landscapes of Mt Tarawera, over the Steaming Cliffs and the Waimangu Volcanic Valley, the Blue and Green Lakes and the bubbling geysers of Whakarewareewa Thermal Reserve.

parapent, parachute, skydive, bungee jump or mountain bike

in Queenstown.

jetboat or jetski 

the Shotover River, or take the Skyline Gondola, for views of Majestic Lake Wakatipu.

ski, snowboard or heli-ski 

the pristine Southern Alps: Treble Cone, Mt Hutt, Coronet Peak, the Remarkables or Cardrona, with their crisp alpine air, fresh powder and breath-taking views (NZ ski season: mid June to early October)

explore the north island 

Miles of empty black and white sand beaches – walk, swim, kayak, surf, windsurf, sail, horse ride.

Take a ferry across the Hauraki Gulf to Tiritiri Matangi island, a protected sanctuary for rare and endangered bird species.

Explore cavernous chambers in the Waitomo Caves, with glow-worms and stalactites. Visit the Hobbiton Movie Set, home to Bilbo Baggins and experience geothermal mud pools, dramatic geysers and a buried village in Rotorua.

Visit the Huka Falls, a thundering 11 metre high waterfall, with walking tracks, mountain biking and jet boating.

Do a wine tasting at one of the many boutique wineries on Waiheke Island, dine al fresco at award-winning winery restaurants, or sail to remote Great Barrier Island.

new zealand has something for everyone

CONTACT US

New Zealand Resources & Travel Information