Auckland

Auckland

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Nestled between two harbours, Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city brimming with cultural excitement, sea-flavoured challenges and attractions and activities of all kinds. Auckland tourism is alive and well with the region being a popular tourist area. Auckland City boasts world-class shopping, restaurants, 5-star accommodation, wine bars and night clubs, art galleries and cafes. The […]

Bay of Plenty

Bay of Plenty

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The sunny climate and beachy atmosphere of the Bay of Plenty make it a place to have fun. Laugh with the locals while you sample the easy-going lifestyle, explore the 125 kilometres of white sand beaches, visit an active marine volcano and much more. The main centres in the Bay of Plenty are Mt Maunganui […]

Coromandel

Coromandel

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Coromandel is one of New Zealand’s most popular and stunning tourist regions boasting a dazzling mountainous and coastlines a short drive from Auckland. The Coromandel Peninsula sports picturesque beaches and whole range of attractions and activities such as historical tours, diving, hiking, fishing, kayaking and soaking in natural hot spring beaches. Coromandel’s main towns and […]

Hawke's Bay

Hawke’s Bay

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Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, is loved for its sunny climate, fabulous beaches, sheltered coastal plains and long-established vineyards. The Hawke’s Bay region incorporates Napier, Hastings, Havelock North, Wairoa and Waipukurau. Napier is the main ‘port’ city of Hawke’s Bay.

Manawatu

Manawatu

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Manawatu is a beautiful green region of New Zealand and the perfect place for a relaxing holiday. Located north of Wellington, the Manawatu is a region of native habitats, scenic walks, amazing landscapes, adventure activities, and rich history. The university city of Palmerston North is the main town in Manawatu and one of the countries […]

North Island

Rotorua

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The seething power of inner earth comes to the surface in Rotorua. Explore Rotorua’s geothermal areas and discover the unique culture of New Zealand’s Maori people. Rotorua highlights include Mount Tarawera, Whakarewarewa Forest, Ohinemutu, several stunning lakes and many amazing geothermal locations.

Mt Ruapehu

Mt Ruapehu

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Mt Ruapehu is an active volcano located south of Lake Taupo. Ruapehu’s astonishing landscape and wild scenery can be explored on foot, skis or whitewater rafting on roaring rapids. Ruapehu main centres include Ohakune, National Park Village and Taumarunui. Three popular commercial ski fields, Whakapapa, Turoa and Tukino, are based on Mt Ruapehu.

North Island

Taranaki

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Taranaki is not only a place to find the soulful beauty of New Zealand’s heartland, but is also home to dynamic city New Plymouth and a coastline of stunning surf beaches. Mt Taranaki is ever-present in this region—a huge, dramatic volcanic cone with a snowy top in winter months. Taranaki’s main areas include New Plymouth […]

North Island

Taupo

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The Great Lake Taupo region is ‘Nature’s Ultimate Playground’, centrally located in the middle of the North Island, it’s an adventure and sporting mecca and a nature-lover’s paradise. The region is one of New Zealand’s top tourist destinations with beautiful forests, volcanic mountains and the stunning Lake Taupo. It is the adventure capital of the […]

North Island

Waikato

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The landscapes you will encounter in the Waikato will stay with you for all time. Find pure serenity above ground and the most astounding adventures below ground in Waikato. There are many popular attractions in the Waikato. Highlights include the Waitomo Caves, the mighty Waikato River, the surfing town of Raglan, the relaxing hot mineral […]