Your Journey Awaits
From glacier mountain peaks, to whale watches, to biking through the vineyards, to feeling your hand stand up during a Haka, New Zealand doesn’t disappoint.
A set of islands southeast of Australia in the South Pacific, New Zealand is a culturally diverse and fascinating country. Pretty much suitable to visit year round – she offers the outdoor enthusiast plenty to choose from. No matter your travel level you will find something to thrill you.
Lying in the South Pacific and known as the youngest country on earth, it has 4 distinct seasons opposite to those in the US. Driving is on the left and their main currency is the New Zealand Dollar. New Zealand requires an Electronic Travel Authority for travelers prior to entry.
With so many to choose from here are just a few…
Queenstown is known as the adventure capital of the world. New Zealand is an adrenaline junkie’s fix with bungee jumping, jet boating, sky diving, and more. And for those a bit less adventurous there are plenty of ways to explore the land from hiking, to biking, to kayaking and the list goes on.
New Zealanders love their food and wine. Probably one of the most well-known trails with fantastic tastings lies on the upper east coast of the South Island. Follow the wine trail through the famous Malborough Region for glasses of the world’s best sauvignon blanc.
Many may know of the All Blacks and their famous Haka before a game, but the indigenous people of New Zealand have been around for 1000 years and are an integral part of the country making up about 14% of the population. The best place to visit and experience the culture is at a marae as part of a tour.