A holiday in New Zealand is a real adventure, offering a multitude of experiences.  It is not only the perfect destination for an action-packed holiday but is also a great place to relax and unwind with its quiet beaches, tranquil countryside and charming wine regions.

Auckland Harbour Bridge


The City of Sails is a true connoisseur’s delight offering outstanding food, wine, art and shopping.  With a blend of Polynesian culture and an urban atmosphere it truly is a capturing city.  Click here for more.


Situated on the northern most tip of New Zealand is the spectacular scenery of the Bay of Islands.  With its sandy beaches the vivid seaside town of Paihia, to the elegant township of Russell you will be greeted with the warmest hospitality.  Click here for more.

Kuirau Park Sunset, Rotorua


Rotorua best known for some of the world’s finest geysers, mud-pools and thermal hot springs; Lake Taupo, Australasia’s largest fresh water lake, world famous fisheries and volcanic wonderland.  Tongariro, New Zealand’s oldest National Park with dual World Heritage status and a truly impressive sight.  Click here for more.


Nestled between a sparkling harbour and rolling green hills, Wellington offers a chic city experience in a stunning natural setting.  Martinborough features over 30 wineries most within walking distance to the quaint village square.  Click here for more.



Marlborough is sparkling inlets, pristine forests and renowned wineries bathed in abundant sunshine. Nelson boasts three National Parks, golden beaches and turquoise waters which make this destination a natural paradise.  Click here for more.


This region has it all – astonishing blue lakes surrounded by majestic soaring peaks, unforgettable wildlife, and vineyard draped valleys. Visit Christchurch the Garden city, Akaroa, nestled on the Banks Peninsula is a pretty French settlement, or mountain villages high in the Southern Alps including Arthur’s Pass.  Click here for more.



Queenstown, a sparkling resort and adventure playground set against the stunning back drop of the shimmering Lake Wakatipu and rugged mountains of the Remarkables. Te Anau and the Fiordlands will enchant you with glacier-cut valleys filled with deep green water, cascading waterfalls and ancient forests.  Click here for more.


Discover vivid seasons and rocky, mountainous landscapes; friendly townships; a well-preserved gold heritage; award-winning wineries, recreational opportunities from fishing, mountain biking and an abundance of wildlife.  Click here for more.

Hoopers Inlet