Wild nature, incredible food and
laid-back multicultural cities
With dramatic beaches, wild seas and snow-capped mountains, it’s no wonder New Zealanders find endless ways to reconnect with nature. Restaurants and cafes serve up local lamb, craft beer and renowned wines, while Maori culture shines through in traditional art and dance, and hits the world stage every time the beloved All Blacks perform the haka.
The Auckland skyline is now recognized all over the world, from its landmark Sky Tower to its two yacht-filled harbours, but behind that beautiful vista New Zealand’s biggest city has changed a lot in recent years.
Renowned for its flourishing culinary and cultural scenes, Nelson is a gateway to the captivating landscapes of the Nelson Tasman region and an array of hiking, cycling and waterborne adventures.
An unspoiled coastline, a rugged mountainous interior, sandy, uncrowded beaches and a relaxed approach to life have made the Coromandel Peninsula a long-time holiday favourite.
A vibrant, creative city ringed by bays and mountains, New Zealand’s capital presents world-class attractions and food with a distinctly relaxed vibe. Wellington's appeal goes way beyond its label of “the coolest little