A Guide to New Zealand
Many world-travellers place New Zealand at the top of their list as the most beautiful, exhilarating and welcoming of all destinations. Find out why.
Over the past twenty years or so, the high quality of New Zealand wine has come to worldwide attention. New Zealand's temperate climate, similar to Europe's, lends the wine produced there a north-European character, in contrast to the richer grip of New World wines.
If energetic, outdoor activity-based holidays are your thing, then New Zealand is a great place to go. New Zealand offers a huge range of outdoor activities, from simple hiking, cycling and canoeing to climbing, bungy-jumping and parapenting for the more daring.
The majestic beauty of New Zealand's landscape has long been appreciated by global travellers, but they often struggled to find words to do proper justice to it. Their task has become easier since the Lord of the Rings trilogy successfully captured New Zealand's mythic scale and grandeur.
A guide to the 10 most unmissable sights in New Zealand.
New Zealand's epic scale and beautiful scenery lend themselves perfectly to large scale journeys - by car and by train.
New Zealand's towns and cities offer a wide variety of attraction: from the outdoor activities offered in Queenstown and the Art Deco architecture of Napier to the museums of Auckland and the colonial heritage of Christchurch.