Travel by rail through the Southern Alps on the famous TranzAlpine train.
See unique New Zealand wildlife like kiwis as you trek through the Redwood forests of the North Island.
Taste Pinot Noir wines in the Marlborough Sounds.
Witness the cascading waterfalls of Milford Sound.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in New Zealand, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Visit the Waitangi Treaty Ground in the Bay of Islands, a symbolic place where Māori and European culture have historically entwined.
Visit some of the vineyards around Warkworth which have helped put New Zealand wines on the map.
Visit Te Papa Museum in Wellington, where you can learn all about New Zealand's Māori culture among other fascinating exhibits.
Visit Kapiti Island, an island off the coast that is home to native bird species and Māori culture.
Explore the geothermal center of New Zealand.
Spot the elusive kiwi bird at Zealandia.
Experience the famous Marlborough region winelands.
Escape into Fiordland National Park and its wilderness with a Doubtful Sound overnight cruise.
Helicopter over the Franz and Fox Glaciers to see these two valley glaciers that reach almost to the ocean.
Cruise down the Milford Sound taking in the cascading waterfalls and temperate rainforest.
Explore Hot Water Beach on the Coromandel Peninsula.
See the elusive kiwi bird at Rainbow Springs sanctuary.
Experience rainforest and black sand beaches, just outside of Auckland.
Take in the sweeping coastlines of the Bay of Plenty and around Gisborne, and try your hand at surfing here.
Walk on a volcano and enjoy the views in Tongariro and Egmont National Parks.
Visit the famous Glowworm Caves at Waitomo.
Stay in some lovely two-bedroom luxury apartments suitable for all the family.
Get up close and personal with a kiwi at Rainbow Springs.
See glowworms at the famous Waitomo Caves.
Visit the scenic Abel Tasman National Park and keep your eyes peeled for seals.
Learn about The Lord of the Rings and its filming regions.
Swim with the playful dolphins in the warm waters of the Bay of Islands.
Hear the call of the birds on Tiritiri Matangi.
Spot rare kiwi at Zealandia.
Encounter huge sperm whales at Kaikoura.
Watch the cheeky penguins on the Otago Peninsula.
Experience the golden sands and turquoise waters of the Abel Tasman National Park.
Stroll along surf beaches around Christchurch — New Brighton and Sumner — then enjoy the view from a nearby coffee shop.
Enjoy the scenic drive all the way down the west coast — from Westport to Haast, where the forest meets the ocean — this rugged coastline is atmospheric and beautiful.
Take an overnight cruise on the spectacular Milford Sound.
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Explore Sydney's iconic highlights.
Watch the sunset over the magnificent Uluru/Ayers Rock.
Snorkel the turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
Explore New Zealand's rugged and mountainous landscape.
Visit world-famous wineries in the Blenheim winelands.
Cruise the beautiful Doubtful Sound.
Explore the less famous wineries of the Central Otago region.
Visit Hawke's Bay, where you are sure to find an excellent Merlot, Cabernet or Syrah.
Spend time in Martinborough meeting some of the local producers.
Take a bike ride through the vines of Blenheim.
Relax on Waiheke Island, surrounded by beautiful beaches and simply excellent food and wine.
Hike to hidden bays in the Abel Tasman National Park.
Kayak along the coastline to see native whales in Kaikoura.
Explore the Southern Alps from Arthur’s Pass.
Ride the TranzCoastal and TranzAlpine train through scenic landscapes.
Australia and New Zealand
Enjoy fantastic service and full board in a luxurious Club Veranda Suite on Silversea Cruises.
Visit many of New Zealand's key highlights, and a few key destinations in Australia, during your 16-day cruise.
Get to know Sydney through the eyes of a local as well as tours of its main icons: Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
Take in a Maori performance and shared full day tour from Auckland.
Stay in some of the most luxurious accommodation in New Zealand.
Enjoy freshwater fly-fishing in one of New Zealand’s premier fishing destinations.
Discover Hawke’s Bay best food, wine and magnificent landscapes.
Kayak on a glacial lake in Aoraki Mt Cook National Park.
Take a spectacular helicopter flight over the Remarkable Mountains and Milford Sound.
Explore the Fiordland National Park by helicopter.
Experience the vibrant Māori culture on the Kauri Coast.
Cook with a Le Cordon Bleu trained chef.
Cruise on Lake Rotoiti on a private catamaran.
Visit filming locations from the Lord of the Rings films.
Explore the Central Otago wine region with your private guide.
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New Zealand railway journeys
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A guide to New Zealand’s glaciers: tours, hikes and scenic flights
New Zealand’s glaciers stand tall for their settings and sense of remoteness, says our specialist Emily. She contrasts the big three — Franz Josef, Fox, and Tasman — and shares her tips for how to experience them.View this travel guide
Luxury stays in New Zealand: four of the best luxury lodges
Paul from our New Zealand team picks his preferred luxury lodges across both North and South Islands. How can they enhance your trip? For him, it’s about their remote locations and the experiences you can tap into.View this travel guide
7 experiences to try on your outdoor activity vacation in New Zealand
There is such a vast range of activities available on a tailor-made trip to New Zealand. We'll ensure your vacation is exactly what you want it to be by including activities you know you will enjoy.View this travel guide
Luxury vacations in New Zealand
If you're planning a luxury vacation to New Zealand we have a huge choice of accommodations available, from luxury hotels and lodges to beach houses and country estates offering top class accommodation.View this travel guide
Ask the experts: where to go walking and trekking in New Zealand
A Q&A with Holly and Sarah-Jane from our New Zealand team, who are experts in walking in New Zealand. They cover the scenery you’ll experience on New Zealand’s walking trails, where to stay en route, and what to consider when planning your trip.View this travel guide
Hidden New Zealand
Audley specialists Holly, James and Lindsay recommend things to do in New Zealand that won’t be on most visitors’ radars. They include kiwi-spotting on Stewart Island, going behind the scenes at the nation’s most prestigious museum, and lesser-known winery stays.View this travel guide
Observing New Zealand’s wildlife by land, sea and starlight
Yes, you can increase your chances of seeing a wild kiwi, and no, you don’t necessarily need to get on a boat to go whale watching. Specialists Holly and Lucy share the how, why, what and where of New Zealand’s wildlife highlights.View this travel guide
Driving vacations in New Zealand: 3 great routes
Audley country specialist John explains why, for him, self-drive is the best way to explore New Zealand. He recommends three very different routes, from mountain passes in the South Island to forest roads in the North Island.View this travel guide