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Milford Sound Piopiotahi
Fjord in Fiordland National Park
Great Barrier Island Aotea
Just a 30 minute flight from Auckland, Great Barrier Island is the perfect escape from the city for a taste of untouched New Zealand island life.
Mount Aspiring National Park
Lake in Mount Aspiring National Park
The heart of the Hawke's Bay
The northernmost city of New Zealand
Just a few minutes' drive from the city of Taupo, this thundering 11 meter high waterfall is the most visited natural attraction in New Zealand.
The largest lake in New Zealand.
Billed as nature's ultimate playground, Taupo accompanies New Zealand's largest lake, Lake Taupo.
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Church in Auckland
Located in the Auckland suburb of Parnell, the Holy Trinity Cathedral is one of Auckland’s most iconic churches.
Cathedral Cove Te Whanganui-a-Hei
The naturally formed archway is a mecca for photographers on the Coromandel Peninsula.
Bethells Beach Te Henga
West of Auckland lies the stunning black sands and surf haven of Bethells Beach.
Home to rainforests, hidden lakes and waterfalls, the Catlins is a slice of the true wild New Zealand.
Stewart Island Rakiura
The third largest island in New Zealand, Stewart Island offers an untouched wilderness alongside the best of small town New Zealand hospitality.
The adventure tourism capital of New Zealand.
One of New Zealand's most rugged and remote locations, Te Urewera is an untouched wilderness, shrouded in history.
Westland Tai Poutini National Park
Tucked away in the west of the South Island, Westland Tai Poutini National Park is home to New Zealand's spectacular glacier country.
Paparoa National Park
Located on the South Island's wild West Coast, this region will stun you with its famous Pancake Rocks through to the breathtaking inland mountains.
Cape Reinga Cape Reinga/Te Rerenga Wairua
At the northern tip of New Zealand, lies the iconic Cape Reinga, a magnificent place sacred to indigenous Maori.
Franz Josef Glacier Ka Roimata o Hinehukatere
A disappearing wonder of the world.
Arthur's Pass National Park
In the heart of the Southern Alps lies an untouched wilderness.
Nelson Lakes National Park
At the north of New Zealand’s South Island, the Nelson Lakes National Park heralds the northern tip of the awe-inspiring Southern Alps.
Punakaiki Pancake Rocks
The gateway to the dramatic limestone country of the Paparoa National Park, the coastal township of Punakaiki is most famous for it’s spectacular “Pancake Rocks”.
Kahurangi National Park
Tucked away in the northwest corner of New Zealand’s South Island, Kahurangi is the second largest of New Zealand’s 14 national parks, and home to an unbelievable variety of plant and animal life.