The Land of the Long White Cloud is every bit as beautiful as you imagine. Between its mountain peaks and lakes, beaches and fjords, innumerable adventures and experiences await, and Queenstown has gained a reputation as the adventure capital of the world. Undoubtedly, it's a landscape made for helicopter rides, skiing, hiking, and adventure sports, but New Zealand isn't just for adrenalin-junkies. As you drive around the refreshingly quiet, smooth roads, there's the chance to learn more about Maori culture or colonial rule, or visit the producers and artisans behind the country's world-renowned food and wine. And to top it all off, the country has some seriously stunning hotels, with typically genuine and welcoming New Zealanders waiting to make your holiday memorable. Whatever your holiday preferences, New Zealand is simply a big old breath of fresh air.

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    Flight time from London
    24 hours
  • TimeZone icon
    Time Zone
    UTC +11
  • Currency icon
    New Zealand Dollar
  • SuitableFor icon
    Best Time to go
    October - March
  • Temperature icon
    Average Temperature
    7°C - 16°C


Boutique North Island

13 Days
from £4,091
per person
Waiheke Island in New Zealand New Zealand
Fly on a scenic seaplane across to the little known Waiheke Island, enjoy incredible views from your lodge in the Bay Of Islands and explore the arty city of Napier.

Dramatic South Island

14 Days
from £7,775
per person
Abel Tasman in New Zealand New Zealand
For two weeks, the South Island is your playground. Cruise on the magnificent Abel Tasman, stay on Lake Wakatipu and helicopter in to a luxury tented camp at Minaret Station.

Classic New Zealand

16 Days
from £3,479
per person
The Southern Alps in New Zealand New Zealand
Explore North and South Island: visit Rotorua, the wine regions of Hawkes Bay, spot whales at Kaikoura, explore the Franz Joseph Glacier and adventure capital, Queenstown.

Luxury Lodges of New Zealand

20 Days
from £14,670
per person
Treehouses at Hapuku Lodge New Zealand
Travel north to south and stay in New Zealand's finest retreats: Treehouses, boutique lodges with world-famous golf courses and lodges fit for royality.


Mahu Whenau

A bedroom at Mahu Whenua Wanaka, New Zealand

Mahu Whenua is South Island's newest and most eagerly anticipated eco sanctuary and lodge. Covering 55,000 hectares, yet only 10 minutes by helicopter from Queenstown.

The exterior of The Farm at Cape Kidnappers, New Zealand Te Awanga, New Zealand

Cape Kidnappers has the most incredible location imaginable, situated at the south eastern extremity of Hawkes Bay, with stunning sunrises and 180 degree views of the Pacific Ocean.

Huka Lodge

The Huka Lodge seen from the Huka Falls, New Zealand Taupo, New Zealand

Huka Lodge is surrounded by a rich landscape of waterfalls, forests and mountains, which form an incredible backdrop to this magnificent world-class retreat.

Travel Specialist Rachel Cooper


Australasia Specialist

  • "The trip was outstanding, everything went according to plan, the people we dealt with were great and the facilities were wonderful. The wine tour was fantastic."

    A.M. - New Zealand

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