New Zealand’s beautiful North Island promises lush landscapes and a wealth of cultural and natural antiquities, from Maori history immersed in the idyllic Bay of Islands to Rotorua’s unique Buried Village and world-renowned thermal springs. Cosmopolitan Auckland boasts black sand beaches and rainforest, there is art deco charm in Napier, and Wellington is the capital of both coffee and the country; whilst Hawke’s Bay is wine country and Cape Reinga, the northern most point of New Zealand, is where the Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean meet.
Featured North Island Tours
Two-thirds of the stunning South Island are mountains, promising two of the most spectacular rail journeys in the world, along the coastal cliffs of Otago and through the Southern Alps. The rest of the island boasts the mysterious underground world and luminous shimmer of the thousands of glowworms at Te Anau Glowworm Caves; Milford Sound, the most accessible of Fiordland’s magnificent glacier-carved fiords; Scottish heritage in Dunedin; and the story of the famous adventurer, Sir Edmund Hilary in Mount Cook.
Featured South Island Tours