New Zealand

Discover dramatic scenery, white sandy beaches and Maori Culture.

Comprised of two islands, New Zealand is regarded by many as one of the world’s most beautiful destinations, with dramatic mountain landscapes, glimmering lakes and white-sand beaches. Not only does it feature hidden wonders including mythical hobbit holes, but the country boasts sophisticated cities, world-renowned wineries, fascinating Maori culture and award-winning luxury lodges.

Known in Maori as ‘Aotearoa’, often translated as ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’, New Zealand differs from neighbouring Australia in that its attractions are easily accessible due to the nation’s compact size. Similar to the United Kingdom in landmass, New Zealand has just one-fourteenth of the population, mostly residing in and around the North Island capital of Auckland, so visitors enjoy much of the country to themselves. Both islands have a network of excellent roads and well-maintained facilities, making the country ideal for self-driving holidays.

New Zealand’s stunning landscapes, pristine forests and array of adventure-based activities from bungy jumping to skiing make it ideal for lovers of the outdoors. Hiking and cycling trails abound, helicopter tours offering bird’s-eye views of the awe-inspiring scenery are a must, whilst the South Island town of Queenstown is often referred to as the Adventure Capital of the World.

North Island

Walking along cliffs at Cape Kidnapers Lodge at Hawkes Bay

South Island




Luxury North Island


With breathtaking mountain scenery, shimmering lakes, picturesque coastline and idyllic white-sand beaches, New Zealand is regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful destinations.



Maruia River Retreat

Find yourself in a world of peace and beauty at Maruia River Retreat, a boutique lodge surrounded by stunning natural wilderness on the Maruia River.

Rimu Lodge

Sometimes called “the land that time forgot” this is a region of snow-covered mountains, forest and gentle farmland where the Hokitika River runs down to the sea.

Milford Sound Lodge

Milford Sound Lodge sits within the breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Listed Fiordland National Park in New Zealand’s South Island.

Huka Lodge

Hidden amongst the trees on the banks of the Waikato River is the renowned Huka Lodge

The Lindis

Located in the remote and starkly beautiful Ahuriri Valley, The Lindis is a hidden paradise far from civilisation.

Hotel DeBrett

One of Auckland’s oldest hotels, Hotel DeBrett is nestled within the old-world charm of the city’s High Street and just minutes from the bustle of Britomart and the waterfront.

Solitaire Lodge

Just 30 minutes drive from the adventure hotspot of Rotorua, Solitaire Lodge is situated on the shores of Lake Tarawera in the country’s breathtaking Central Plateau.

The Rees Hotel

Located 2.5 kilometres outside of beautiful Queenstown, The Rees Hotel is perfectly positioned right on the shores of Lake Wakatipu.

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