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With a picturesque harbourside, gorgeous beaches nearby and a vibrant, multicultural city, Auckland encompasses everything that's great about New Zealand.
Rated number 1 by Lonely Planet in their top 20 New Zealand attractions, Wellington is a compact city with a compelling mix of culture, nature and cuisine.
Tairāwhiti Gisborne is where the first Polynesian canoes landed, Captain Cook made his first landfall and Māori and European people first encountered each other.
Thanks to the warm climate, Hawke’s Bay is one of New Zealand’s finest wine growing regions. But there's so much more to explore in this sunny region of the country.
A mix of outdoor adventure and urban sophistication, Taranaki offers hiking, surfing, world-class art galleries and remarkably good coffee.
The Manawatu is heartland New Zealand. A landscape that sweeps from the sea to the Tararua Ranges, it offers an exciting range of adventure activities. If you want to experience country life in New Zealand, it’s all around you here.
A relaxed getaway just an hour’s drive from Wellington, the Wairarapa is a region of spectacular coastlines, big skies, wide valleys and colonial towns.
Whanganui was one of the first cities to be founded in New Zealand. Whanganui, meaning 'big river' comes from the great river that flows through it.
Kiwis treasure this part of the world, where white sand beaches coexist with ancient mountains and forests.
The Coromandel, with its pristine beaches, native forests and laid-back vibe, is one of New Zealand's most popular and best-loved holiday destinations.
The Ruapehu region is defined by three volcanoes that stand sentinel over a landscape of tussocked desert, rivers, lakes and thermal springs.
Taupō is a place of extraordinary natural beauty – a vast, sparkling lake, trout-filled rivers, ancient forests, steaming geothermal zones and towering snow-blanketed mountains.
Just south of Auckland lies the Waikato region; a land of lush pastures that was chosen to play The Shire in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films.
With a distinct sulphur smell in the air, visitors always know when they've arrived in Rotorua. A place of fascinating Māori culture, hot springs and boiling mud pools.
Spectacular yet diverse coastlines, marine reserves, kauri forests, and two oceans that collide make Northland an unmissable destination.
Surrounded by majestic mountains and nestled on the shores of crystal-clear Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is known for its breath-taking scenery, vast range of experiences, cosmopolitan vibe and friendly local hosts.
Christchurch is a vibrant, energetic city. Visit iconic city attractions before making Christchurch a base for exploring its diverse natural playground from the Port Hills to the Southern Alps.
Central Otago, on New Zealand's South Island, is know for its wine, cycling and powerful landscapes.
With character and charm taken from its Scottish heritage, Dunedin has natural beauty and a rich cultural history.
Fiordland is one of the most dramatic and beautiful parts of New Zealand. The breathtaking natural surroundings can be enjoyed from the air, water or by hiking one of the many famous trails of this region.
Renowned for its arts scene as well as its fresh, local produce, and outdoor sensibility, Nelson Tasman is the sunniest region in New Zealand.
Southland is a land of rugged coast and rolling plains, world-renowned Bluff oysters and the launching place for a visit to Stewart Island.
With its beautiful surroundings and the huge range of outdoor activities, dining and accommodation available, visitors flock to Wanaka. At the heart of this scenic area lies a lake that covers 193 square kilometres.
Marlborough is New Zealand’s largest wine growing region, with high sunshine hours and a temperate climate. To get out and explore the beautiful Marlborough Sounds your clients can go by bike, boat, kayak or even on foot.
The west coast of the South Island is a wild place of rivers and rainforests, glaciers and geological treasures.
Situated at the bottom of the South Island, Clutha offers rugged scenery and great wildlife spotting.
A unique ocean environment provides a home to an astonishing variety of marine life in Kaikōura.
Whether your clients are stopping for a day trip or taking time out to relax, rejuvenate and discover, they will find plenty of activities, attractions and points of interest in the Timaru District, South Canterbury.
The Hurunui offers endless sandy coastlines, historic villages and New Zealand's only alpine spa village.