Whether you’re a first-time visitor or are making a return trip, the sheer majesty of New Zealand’s landscapes are a wonder to behold. What’s more, there’s excellent local food, wine and accommodation, and the people who make up the tiny population are a model of hospitality.
26 hours via LA or 25 hours via Hong Kong
Air New Zealand, Emirates and Singapore Airlines
Where can you fly from?
Flights to New Zealand are available from a choice of airports including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow
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Start planning your tailor-made trip by calling one of our New Zealand specialists on 01993 838 820
Read our guides to the regions of New Zealand
Auckland & Northland
Known as the ‘winter-less north’, Northland has a lot to offer, including the historical Bay of Islands and the cosmopolitan city of Auckland.
Christchurch & Canterbury
Stretching out like a patchwork quilt, the Canterbury Plains cradle the South Island’s largest city, Christchurch. Discover the diversity of the region by visiting Waipara, Hanmer Springs, Kaikoura and Mount Cook National Park.
Coastal Otago & Southland
Whether it is birdwatching on Stewart Island, traversing through the wild wetlands of the south, monitoring marine life on the Otago Peninsula or indulging in the local fare served in Dunedin’s fine restaurants, this region presents a host of contrasting experiences.
Nelson & Marlborough
The Marlborough region, sitting at the topmost point of the South Island, is the home to fine wines, quality hikes, and a network of navigable waterways.
Clear air, crystal waters, imposing peaks and ancient forests: these are the elements that make up the majority of the scenery in the Southern Lakes.
The Thermal Plateau
Covering Rotorua, Taupo and Tongariro National Park, the Thermal Plateau is both geologically fascinating and culturally exciting.
With surreal rock formations at Punakaiki, creeping glaciers at Fox and Franz Josef and the immaculate reflection of Mount Cook on the crystal waters of Lake Matheson, the West Coast leaves a firm imprint on any traveller’s mind.
Sample trip ideas
Your journey will be fully tailored to your schedule, interests and budget.
New Zealand Uncovered
A shorter itinerary, designed to give a flavour of New Zealand's varied and exciting scenery, incorporating time in both islands.
North Island Beaches and Volcanoes
An almost circular route around the North Island taking you from sweeping beaches and endless coastline to rugged volcanic interiors with stunning views across the island.
Classic New Zealand
Explore the main highlights of both the North and South Island, experiencing beautiful unspoilt beaches and dramatic mountain scenery.
New Zealand's Wildlife
Enjoy New Zealand's native wildlife on this tour of both islands, including time on remote Stewart Island.
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Activity holidays in New Zealand
There is such a vast range of activities available on a tailor-made trip to New Zealand. We'll ensure your holiday is exactly what you want it to be by including activities we know you will enjoy.
Self-drive holidays in New Zealand
A self-drive holiday in New Zealand is undoubtedly the best way to see this magnificent country. It has wonderful scenery and due to a small population relative to its size, the roads feel largely empty.
Family holidays in New Zealand
Tailor-made family holidays in New Zealand. Realistically the only aspect of travel to New Zealand that is not family-friendly is the long flight. Clean and safe, New Zealand is a stress-free destination perfect for families.
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