Exploring New Zealand's magnificent landscapes and coastline tops the list for many. With it's breathtaking scenery in both the North Island and South Island you'll be amazed by spectacular glaciers, picturesque fiords, rugged mountains, vast plains, rolling hills, subtropical forests, a volcanic plateau, and miles of coastline with sandy beaches.
New Zealand is a small country, similar in size to Great Britain or Japan. With a population of only four million people it’s also gloriously uncrowded. It's a place that is fantastic to visit year round with a mild climate, that ranges from subtropical in the north to temperate in the south. The Islands are made up of 29 regions stretching more than 1600 kilometres across the two main islands. The North Island; Active volcanoes, island sanctuaries and history top the list when visiting the North Island. The South Island; New Zealand’s South Island hosts the purest natural landscapes you’ll ever experience. From wildlife to wineries, from glacial valleys to star-filled skies, nature's best flourishes against a palette of dramatic scenes.