New Zealand travel experiences are some of the most sought after on the planet, with adventure waiting around every turn. Pristine landscapes make for the perfect backdrop for exploring authentic culture, tasting world-class food and wine, and endless activities. Explore the spectacular mountains around Queenstown, the glacier-carved fjords of Fiordland, or two of the most accessible glaciers on Earth and you’re just scratching the surface of this diverse and naturally beautiful country.
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Ultimate New Zealand: Rail, Cruise & Coach
Experience the beauty of New Zealand at a relaxed pace on this fully escorted small group tour which combines travel…
South Island: Trekking & Fiords
Welcome to Fiordland, home of majestic fiords, spectacular waterfalls, snowy peaks, alpine lakes and eye-wateringly beautiful scenery everywhere you look.…
Northern Volcano Circuit
Bring your sense of adventure and your walking boots on this 8-day hiking and self-drive holiday through the central North…
Central Otago Cycling & Pinot Noir
Explore the stunning landscape of Southern New Zealand on our 7-day self-drive and cycle holiday through rugged Central Otago. Begin…
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Blog Posts on New Zealand
New Zealand’s Sub-Antarctic Islands
By Leanne Dunhill
The Sub-Antarctic Islands of New Zealand and Australia lie in the Southern Ocean. These remote and desolate stepping stones to Antarctica offer rich biodiversity, breathtaking scenery and fascinating human history. They are home to some of the most abundant and unique wildlife on Earth. Many bird species, invertebrates and plants (including the...
Visiting Antarctica from New Zealand
By Leanne Dunhill
Over the past few years I have been very privileged to visit Antarctica not once, but twice. Once from Bluff in the south of New Zealand and more recently from Ushuaia on the southern tip of Argentina. Since I returned from the Antarctic Peninsula in December I’ve been asked on a number...
Top New Zealand Destinations
By Ben Janeczko
New Zealand is world-famous for adventure, a pristine natural environment and some of the best fresh seafood & wine produced anywhere on Earth. We surveyed our well-travelled team at Eclipse Travel to get their favourite spots in this remarkable country. The Southern Alps – Luke The Southern Alps towns of Queenstown and...
Queenstown is Not Just Adventure
By Alisha Lockie
Bungy-jumping, ziplining, the Shotover Jet, the luge and snow sports – these are just a few of the activities that are sure to come to mind for anyone when thinking about Queenstown. While the title of “Adventure Capital of the World” is truly well earned for Queenstown and Wanaka Lakes District, there...
Four Seasons in One Day – A Guide to NZ Weather
By Alisha Lockie
For a small country, the climate in New Zealand can be very variable. From the near-tropical climate of Great Barrier Island in the North to the chilly bite of the Southern Alps in the South, you have a huge range of weather possibilities to prepare for. The majority of the country lies...
Abel Tasman & Nelson
Abel Tasman National Park is an easily-accessible coastal paradise perfectly formed for relaxation and adventure.
Auckland & Waiheke Island
New Zealand's vibrant major city will tempt you with its sophisticated blend of culture, adventure and friendly locals.
Bay of Islands
A marine playground teeming with wildlife, water-based activities and 144 islands to explore by foot, kayak or boat.
Christchurch & Kaikoura
Eat the freshest of seafood from roadside stalls, discover quaint seaside towns and marvel at majestic whales.
Filled with pristine beaches and misty forests provide many hiking, cycling, kayaking opportunities to explore.
Once a volcanic crater, Dunedin is ringed with bush-clad hills overlooking a pretty harbour and the Pacific Ocean.
Fiordland has been described as the Eighth Wonder of the World; take a scenic flight over it to see why.
Fox & Franz Josef Glaciers
Witness the huge valleys of ice that extend below the snowline, almost to the sea. Here the ice age is still underway.
You'd be forgiven for thinking that this region was only a spectacular wine region. But there is so much more to it.
World-famous wine, fresh seafood and diverse landscapes, Marlborough will keep you fed, watered and entertained.
Mount Cook & Lake Tekapo
Discover New Zealand's tallest peak in Mt Cook and view the Southern Lights at spectacular turquoise Lake Tekapo.
Queenstown & Wanaka
Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s most exciting & beautiful destinations, and the ultimate adventure bucket list.
Rotorua & Taupo
Enjoy water activities, learn Maori culture, visit Huka Falls, or cycle one of Taupo's many mountain-biking trails.
New Zealand's remote Sub-Antarctic Islands are a region of wild landscapes, unique wildlife and forgotten beauty.
Wellington & Martinborough
Explore the quaint wine village of Martinborough and immerse yourself in the unique culture of funky Wellington.
Food and Drink
Fresh seafood, picturesque boutique vineyards and sophisticated producers make this one tasty destination.