Discover the many unique regions that make up New Zealand. Check out how to get there, where to stay and things to do & see while you're there. Click the links below each region for more details
Location: Located in the Northern part of the North Island.
New Zealand’s largest city is a multi-cultural hub of food, music, arts and culture. It sprawls over volcanic hills and around twin harbours, offering an exhilarating mix of natural wonders and urban adventures.Auckland Info
Location: Juts into the Pacific east of Auckland.
The Coromandel, renowned for its natural beauty, pristine beaches and laid-back vibe, is one of New Zealand's most popular holiday destinations. Coromandel Peninsular Info
Location:Located in the Far North of the North Island.
Paihia is the main tourist town in the Bay of Islands and is located close to the historic towns of Russell & Kerikeri. The area is known for its jaw - dropping sandy beaches & outdoor adventures.
Location:CentralNorth Island location on the Southern Shores of Lake Rotorua
A city grounded in history and tradition, surrounded by natural wonders.The district is an adventure playground with a great range of activities to enjoy for any age. Rotorua is much more than you expect.
RUAPEHU / NATIONAL PARK
Location:Located on the central plateau of the North Island
Home to ancient rainforests, active volcanoes, sacred mountains, tranquil rivers and two of New Zealand’s cherished National Parks, Tongariroand Whanganui.
Ruapehu / National Park Info
Location: Centrally located in the middle of the North Island
Snow capped mountains, crystal clear waters, raging rapids, thermal hot springs and lush greenery are just some of the incredible natural features on offer in Taupo.
Location: Located on the South - Western tip of the North Island.
Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand and also the southernmost capital city on the globe and dubbed by Lonely Planet as “The Coolest Little Capital in the World.”
Location: Situated on the North East corner of the South Island.
It’s attractions include its wine industry, the Marlborough Sounds, gourmet foods and adventure activities. The region enjoys one of New Zealand’s sunniest climates.
Location: Situated on the lower South East coast of the South Island.
A comparative remote "hidden gem“ - a place of natural beauty, abundant wildlife, forests, sandy beaches, waterfalls and both hilly and rolling green farmland. Catlins Info
Location: Near the centre of the East coast of the South Island.
Christchurch is the South Islands largest city. It's a city of exploration, where urban regeneration and heritage thrive. The city is constantly evolving, always giving visitors something new to explore.
Location: Situated on lower East Coast of the South Island.
The Edinburgh of New Zealand, Dunedin wears it’s Scottish heritage with pride. It’s tucked into a sheltered harbour on the east coast of the South Island. Dunedin is renowned for its wildlife and distinctly quirky character.
Kaikoura / Hanmer Springs
Location:Upper East coast of the South Island.
Many of the things to do in Kaikoura revolve around exploring the ocean and the coastline. Hanmer is a quaint alpine spa village located 65km’s south west of Kaikoura. Kaikoura Info
Location: Southwest corner of the South Island.
Surrounded by majestic mountains and set on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, Queenstowns setting is a perfect backdrop for a holiday full of adventure & discovery. Queenstown Info
Location: 30 kms South of the South Island.
Unspoiled, incredibly beautiful & steeped in stories. So few people have visited the island that the wildlife are still tame and the kiwis so numerous its almost guaranteed to see one on a tour. Stewart Island Info
Location: Stretches 600 km’s along the Western side of the South Island.
The West Coast is a region of rivers and rainforests, glaciers and geological treasures. Perfect in summer and winter when it is surprisingly dry.West Coast Info