Looking to travel to somewhere new and exciting? Ready for a little adventure? How about some rest and relaxation among nature? Couples get-away? Family trip? Well, New Zealand is a country that offers something for everyone - with its diverse range of landscapes and activities, you're guaranteed a vacation full of adventure, food and wine, and never ending relaxation!
Variety of landscape
Glaciers or beaches, thermal wonders and lakes, mountains and the best vistas in the world – it’s all here in New Zealand. Best of all, you don’t have to travel far within New Zealand to experience it all.
New Zealand has a temperate climate all year round, although it’s generally warmer at the top of the North Island and gets cold and sometimes snowy down south in the winter – with amazing pockets around the country where the sun is often shining, like in Nelson or Marlborough. You can be skiing in the morning and home for a surf at the beach by the afternoon.
There are four distinct seasons in New Zealand:
Spring, September-November 7-17C/ 45-63F,
Summer, December-February: 12-23C/54-75F
Autumn, March-May: 8-18C/48-65F
Winter, June-August: 3-12C/39-55F
Get your adrenaline pumping with adventure activities around the country such as jet boating, sky-diving, caving and heli-biking, bungy jumping and much, much, much more!
If your in the market for a more relaxed experience there are many on offer, from beautiful golf courses to spectacular wineries and restaurants to enjoy, the chance for a soak in a natural spa or just a relaxing day spent at one of New Zealand’s many beaches.
Fantastic food and wine
New Zealand has an abundance of different food and wine experiences available to your clients, from fine dining to casual café culture with great coffee. New Zealand also has some of the best wineries in the world, producing many award-winning wines including a Kiwi favorite, the Sauvignon Blanc.
Unique culture and history
New Zealand is a young country, but one with a rich culture and history. There’s a vibrant arts culture, with many museums and art galleries including Te Papa – New Zealand's national museum – in the capital city, Wellington. The unique Māori culture of its indigenous people can be explored around the country, with plenty of chances for visitors to visit a marae or see a traditional kapa haka (Māori performing arts) show.
A few more reasons why New Zealand is also an easy place to visit:
- New Zealand has an excellent tourism infrastructure.
- It’s safe – New Zealand is regularly voted one of the world’s safest countries.
- Visitors are warmly welcomed – the Kiwi hospitality is well known.
- For many countries it’s easy to get a visa to visit, and many people may not even need a visa under the popular visa waiver policy. Check the Immigration website for details.