New Zealand is home to a staggering diversity of landscapes – you truly can find every type of landform within this small country. Each region is unique, and each has its own secrets to discover.
The North Island is the cultural centre of New Zealand, with a rich Maori history and a long tradition of farming and wine growing. Here you will find idyllic beaches, fantastic marine wildlife, picturesque rolling farmland, dramatic volcanoes, and Maori cultural heritage destinations.
The South Island is still a land dominated by wilderness, with unsurpassable scenery on an epic scale. Towering peaks, mysterious forests, glaciers, turquoise lakes, dramatic fiords, and rugged coastline characterise this very special island.
The luxurious destinations such as Auckland, Bay of Islands, Northland, Rotorua, Taupo, Wellington, Abel Tasman, Marlborough Sounds, Franz Josef Glacier, Christchurch, Wanaka and Queenstown are all waiting for your discovery.
Explore the varied regions below, conveniently separated by geographic location; North Island and South Island, and discover the highlights and opportunities offered by each.