Aotearoa is small in size, big in beauty
Just three hours flying time from its nearest neighbouring country, New Zealand makes up for in adventure what it lacks in mass. Lush, geographically diverse and boasting stunning coastline and beaches, it juggles nature with a level of urban sophistication that belies its youth and modest population.
Dotted with towns and respectably sized cities, the country is home to an incredible range of landscapes and seascapes, making it a sightseer’s paradise. For those into adventure tourism, there are plenty of opportunities to fish, ski, hike, jet boat, cycle, bungy jump, hunt, camp, surf and whale, dolphin and bird watch. New Zealand’s geography and setup make it easy.
With seasons opposite to those in the Northern Hemisphere, New Zealand is a great getaway destination for anyone with an aversion to winter. There are plenty of beaches at beautiful summer holiday resorts. Meanwhile, winter-weather enthusiasts are catered for with opportunities to ski, snowboard and climb. In short, New Zealand is a year-round paradise.