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New Zealand

Experience Your Best New Zealand Vacation

New Zealand’s awesome landscapes, lush forests, amazing wildlife and pleasant climate make it a haven for many outdoor activities, and a great place to unwind. New Zealand society is diverse, sophisticated, and multicultural, and the honesty, friendliness, and openness of Kiwis will impress you. And the great advantage of New Zealand is that all of its diverse physical, cultural, and artistic landscapes are so close to each other!

  • Best Time to Go

    Delineating the best time for a New Zealand vacation depends on your holiday plans. Visitors hoping to enjoy adventure sports should travel to New Zealand during the country’s summer months, while skiing and snowboarding are prime activities for the months of June, July, and August in particular. More affordable accommodations and smaller crowds are likelier during the months of May and June though skiers at this time will still encounter crowds during this prime season for the sport. Top international teams compete in the Rugby Sevens tournament during February. March is also a particularly busy time, featuring the Golden Shears Competition, the Round the Vines International Arts Festival, and the International Balloon Fiesta.

  • Auckland

    Auckland heritage walks provide an insight into the hidden past of this vibrant and colorful city.

  • Southlander Bottom Bus

    The Southlander Bottom Bus takes travelers to the bottom of South Island, visiting the world's most southerly city.

  • Minus 5 Ice Bar

    Everything is made from ice at the Minus 5 Ice Bar in Queenstown, the perfect family spot.

  • Wellington

    Motel Bar, a New York-styled 50's Jazz club located in the heart of Wellington, offers delicious cocktails amidst chic ambiance.

  • SidArt

    Food enthusiasts should try the Tuesday test kitchen at SidArt located in Auckland, where chefs continue to expand an already experimental menu.

  • While New Zealand is a relatively young country, with a rich and fascinating history, reflecting both the Maori and European heritage. Amazing Maori historic sites and taonga (treasures), some dating back almost a thousand years, are a contrast to many beautiful colonial buildings. A walk around any New Zealand city today shows what a culturally diverse and fascinating country it has become.

    New Zealanders have a unique and dynamic culture, with European, Maori, Pacific and Asian influences. It’s a culture that celebrates the many different lifestyles they live, and the stories they have to tell.

    New Zealand’s indigenous Maori people have a unique and fascinating language and culture, which plays a major role in New Zealand life. Though a diverse and multicultural people, there are many qualities, including friendliness, individuality, invention and self-reliance that you’ll find in most New Zealanders. It’s their national character!

  • Key Facts:

    New Zealand's spectacularly beautiful landscape includes vast mountain chains, steaming volcanoes, sweeping coastlines, deeply indented fiords and lush rainforests.

    Comparable in size and/or shape to Great Britain, Colorado or Japan, New Zealand has a population of only 4 million - making it one of the world's least crowded countries. It is a haven for those seeking peace, rejuvenation and relaxation as well as a playground for thrill seekers and adventurers. A temperate climate with relatively small seasonal variation makes it an ideal year-round holiday destination.


    English is the common and everyday language of New Zealand. New Zealand is a multi-cultural society and you may hear many other languages spoken, including Maori, which is also an official language of New Zealand.


    New Zealand has four distinct seasons. The north of New Zealand is subtropical and the south temperate. The warmest months are December, January and February, and the coldest June, July and August.

    In summer, the average maximum temperature ranges between 20-30°C and in winter between 10-15°C. While these temperatures are the norm, the weather in New Zealand can change unexpectedly as cold fronts or tropical cyclones quickly blow in. Because of this, you should be prepared for sudden changes in weather and temperature, particularly if you’re going hiking or doing other outdoor activities.


    New Zealand's unit of currency is the New Zealand dollar (NZ$). Coins have values of 10, 20 and 50 cents, $1 and $2; notes have values of $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. And the good news is that you get more for your US dollar - for $1 USD you'll get around $1.40 NZD!

    There is no restriction on the amount of foreign currency that can be brought in or taken out of New Zealand. However, every person who carries more than NZ$10,000 in cash in or out of New Zealand is required to complete a Border Cash Report.

New Zealand Vacation Packages

Hotel only $55

1 Sudima Hotel Lake Rotorua

4 stars
3.5 / 5 16 reviews

1000 Eruera Street Map

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The Sudima Hotel Lake Rotorua is ideal for those who want to witness some of nature's most powerful earth forces, experience the richness of the Maori culture and be thrilled by an array of adventure activities in the country.LocationSet on the shores of beautiful Lake... More

Hotel only $83

2 Novotel Queenstown Lakeside

4 stars
4.1 / 5 19 reviews

Cnr Earl St and Marine Parade Map

Rate includes Breakfast

Novotel Queenstown Lakeside is the most centrally located 4-star hotel on Queenstown's lakefront. Step outside your door and into the heart of Queenstown with easy access to all that this premier four season lake and alpine resort has to offer. The hoteloffers delicious... More

Hotel only $110

3 Bolton Hotel

5 stars
4.0 / 5 2 reviews

12 Bolton Street Map


Contemporary style and sophistication in central WellingtonThe Bolton Hotel Boutique is a boutique, luxury property in central Wellington. With commanding views over the harbor and a heated indoor pool for guests, it is the perfect base from which to explore Wellington.... More

Hotel only $58

4 Park Regis Auckland

3 stars
3.5 / 5 15 reviews

56-80 Queen Street Map

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Boutique-style hotel with kitchenettes and Wi-Fi in downtown AucklandPark Regis Auckland is steps away from upscale shopping on Queen Street, fabulous theaters, dining and top attractions, like Viaduct Harbour and Vector Arena. The 79-room hotel offers standard and... More

Hotel only $64

5 Southwark Apartments

4 stars
4.5 / 5 2 reviews

25 Southwark Street Map

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Southwark Apartments are architecturally designed studio apartments in the heart of Christchurch City. The studio offers a queen-size bed, kitchenette and ensuited bathroom. These near new contemporary apartments are warm and sunny, featuring a designer dcor and are... More

Hotel only $88

6 Sport of Kings Motel & Apartments

4 stars
4.3 / 5 3 reviews

6 Peace Street Map

Friendly 4 1/2 star motel accommodation in Rotorua at affordable prices. Sport of Kings Motel Apartments Value Accommodation in ROTORUA Located in a quiet suburb of Rotorua a few minutes from Rotorua city centre 4th. generation Kiwi owned and professionally managed motel... More

Hotel only $94

7 Oaks Club Resort Queenstown

4 stars
4.2 / 5 9 reviews

171-179 Frankton Road Map

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Oaks Club Resort Queenstown is the perfect choice for a relaxing vacation.Location The Oaks Club Resort is conveniently located on Frankton Road, the main road into New Zealand's picturesque Queenstown.Rooms .Work or unwind in stylish, well-appointed homely accommodation... More

Hotel only $174

8 InterContinental WELLINGTON

5 stars
4.0 / 5 4 reviews

2 Grey Street Map

Urban style meets modern convenience on the harbor waterfrontThe InterContinental Wellington is the perfect place for a relaxing, comfortable stay in a beautiful harbor-side location in New Zealand's capital city. This chic hotel is ideally set in the heart of business... More

Hotel only $126

9 SKYCITY Grand Hotel Auckland

5 stars
4.2 / 5 42 reviews

90 Federal Street Map

Includes Buffet Breakfast

Luxurious 5-star property with stylish designSituated in an ideal location in  the heart of  the city close to most impressive attractions and eateries, SKYCITY Grand Hotel Auckland makes for the ideal luxury retreat in the vibrant Auckland.... More

Hotel only $87

10 Rendezvous Hotel Christchurch

4 stars
3.6 / 5 5 reviews

166 Gloucester Street Map

Stay 3 Nights & Save 20%

Rendezvous Hotel Christchurch, located in the heart of the city, provides modern and stylish accommodation for the savvy business traveller and leisure guest, at an affordable price. Offering clean, contemporary design, Rendezvous Hotel Christchurch is a place where you... More

  • Shotever River

    A jet boat ride on the Shotover River will get a visitor’s adrenaline pumping, featuring several 360-degree spins as well as high-speed canyon runs.

  • Kawarau Bridge

    Bungee jump at Kawarau Bridge, the birthplace of the extreme sport.

  • Diveworks Dolphin and Seal Encounters

    Diveworks Dolphin and Seal Encounters allow travelers the opportunity to swim with these incredible creatures.

  • Hot Water Beach

    Visitors to the Hot Water Beach near Tairua can dig their own spa pool when hot water bubbles up through the sand.

  • Queenstown Resort

    Skiing the 4 resorts of Queenstown provides visitors a variety of courses, as well as spectacular views of inimitable mountain scenery.

  • Glowworm Caves of Waitomo

    The world-renowned Glowworm Caves of Waitomo offer spectacular guided tours of the caves, the luminescent worms’ habitat.

  • International Antarctic Center

    The International Antarctic Center allows visitors firsthand encounters with the continent’s conditions and exotic wildlife.

  • Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley

    The Whakarewarewa Thermal valley features 65 geysers and 500 pools best explored with a guided tour.

  • Flying Fox Helihike

    Flying Fox Helihike tours lift travelers to the remote upper glacier, allowing them firsthand glimpses at Fox Glacier’s changing face.

  • Glacier Explorer

    Visitors aboard a Glacier Explorer along Tasman Glacier Terminal Lake can reach out and touch the icebergs as they pass.

  • Introduction

    Truly a land of natural contrasts, New Zealand features stunning sub-tropical rainforests as well as white-sand beaches, volcanoes, and hot springs on its north island, while its southern island features dramatic glaciers, snow-capped peaks, and fiords. A New Zealand vacation equals adventure: the country’s landscapes provide for unending outdoor activities like sailing, scuba diving, caving, skiing, whale watching, and bungee jumping. Likewise, every city on both islands boast exiting nightlife entertainment and unique environments that make these vibrant metropolises some of the most famous in the world.

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