New Zealand is known in the
native Maori language as Aotearoa, often translated as The land of the long
New Zealand is a country of
stunning and diverse natural beauty: Soaring mountain peaks, fiords, lakes,
rivers, and active volcanic features. The three main islands are inhabited many
species of unique fauna and animals, including the elusive kiwi, which has
become the national symbol.
New Zealand comprises of two main islands - the North and South Islands, which
are separate by Cook Strait - a 30 kilometre stretch of water where the Tasman
Sea and the South Pacific Ocean meet and Stewart Island located at the end of
the South Island . With 15,134 km of coastline, New Zealand is a little
less in size than Italy or Japan and a little more than the United Kingdom
As a destination, New Zealand is a sparsely populated country, with modern
visitor facilities and developed transportation networks, offering the traveller
a wide range of activities, from adventure, ski, eco tours to general, small
groups, independent travel and event tours to name a few of the opportunities
available to the visitor wishing to see New Zealand's unique beauty.
Known as the Adventure Capital of the World, it's no surprise that there's a
vast range of activities to choose from; go bungy jumping, hop onboard a jet
boat and shoot down winding rivers or enjoy an incredible hike through one of 14
New Zealand's majestic mountains also provide for world-class snowboarding and
skiing during the winter.
With our online information reservation system, you to can make reservations for
accommodation, sightseeing, tours, domestic air travel, bus/coach, rail,
ferry, renting a car or campervan or walking the Milford or Routeburn Tracks.