Ahh New Zealand…a country that is a natural wonder in and of itself. Whilst cities like Auckland and Wellington are awesome for culture, cuisine, and beauty, the most common reason people travel to ‘middle earth’ is to experience nature like they’ve never experienced before.
From snow capped mountain ranges and rugged coastlines to rolling green hills and glorious glaciers, New Zealand is an outdoor playground that will turn any urbanite into an outdoor enthusiast.
This adventurous country may even turn you into a daredevil as popular activities amongst visitors include skydiving over Lake Taupo, bungee jumping in Queenstown, the adventure capital, multi day trekking in the many national parks, and jetboatting through narrow canyons all over the country.
Being such a small country as well makes it so easy to see and do nearly everything it has to offer! Some of the many highlights of New Zealand include all 13 National Parks in both the North and South Islands, Hot Water Beach, Waiheke Island, Hobbiton, Lake Tekapo, and Queenstown.
If you’re ready to tap into your wild and free self, New Zealand will do just that whilst also giving you a strong appreciation for the natural world. Kiwis are proud of their land and work together to protect and conserve it. Just imagine what all that nature will do for your wellbeing!
New Zealand is a country so dynamic and diverse. The culture of indigenous Maori people is highly prevalent and has a huge influence on their language, arts and accent.
Locals are best known for their resilience and passion for sport and are often described as friendly, reliable and innovative.
The best time of year to visit depends on what you are travelling to New Zealand to see and do. December - February (summer) is the most popular time for tourists and is when you’ll experience beautiful, warm weather and sunny days.
If you’re heading over to ski and embrace the lower temperatures, June - August (winter) is prime time for snow and skiing.
For those eager to adventure, we suggest travelling in September - November (spring) to make the most of comfortable temperatures and fewer crowds.