Rotorua

Rotorua has long been an iconic tourism destination for both New Zealand travellers and international visitors. It is known for its beautiful lakes, spectacular geothermal attractions, stunning scenery, and its warm and friendly people. Rotorua is renowned for its welcoming hospitality – often referred to as the traditional spirit of ‘manaakitanga.’ Located in the central…

Napier

Napier is one of New Zealand’s most attractive cities, located at the south of the Hawkes Bay, just 20 minutes out of Hastings. Palm trees line the inner-city streets and the wonderfully sculpted Marine Parade, as the name suggests, runs along the shore of the city. Along Marine Parade various parks, gardens and memorials give…

Wellington

Wellington is New Zealand’s centre of government and the world’s southernmost capital city. It is also the country’s cultural capital, third most populous urban area in New Zealand and home to many museums, theatres and arts festivals. In wellington, you could find the history and culture in the national museum, Te Papa; you could take…

Nelson

Three National Parks are surrounded by fertile countryside providing fresh produce: berries, olives, apples and pears. Grapes and hops also thrive and are handcrafted into fine wines and thirst-quenching brews, and the surrounding bays provide the ocean’s bounty. Pick your path through rolling hills and coastal landscapes visiting gourmet food producers, boutique wineries and breweries,…

ChristChurch

Internationally famed ‘The Garden City’, Christchurch’s well-established expansive parks and public gardens owe much to the planning and foresight of the city’s founding fathers.The centrally-located 161 hectare Hagley Park, the Botanic Gardens, the four leafy inner-city avenues, Victoria Square and spectacular gardens such as Mona Vale on the banks of the River Avon bear testimony…

MT Cook

Aoraki / Mount Cook Mackenzie is situated in the centre of New Zealand’s majestic South Island. The region is renowned for its incredibly clear starry nights, brilliant sunny days, remarkable turquoise blue lakes, valleys of emerald green and snow-capped mountains. Aoraki / Mount Cook, New Zealand’s highest mountain at 3,724 metres above sea level, towers…