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Incredible landscapes, thrilling excursions, delicious fresh food and magnificent wildlife - there's so much to see and do in New Zealand, it's hard to know where to start. That's why we've put together a collection of fantastic travel guides, personal customer stories and exhilarating videos to help inspire your perfect trip with New Zealand Sky. Start by checking out our popular guides, or click on any of the drop-bars to filter your choices. Once you're fully inspired, don't forget to give our welcoming team of travel experts a call to put together your perfect itinerary.
The most swoonworthy stays in New Zealand
Given that few countries are as diverse as New Zealand, it comes as no surprise that there are lodgings for every style and budget; from sophisticated lakeside resorts, chic superlodges and designer hotels to working farms with panoramic views stretching as far as the eye can see.
Exploring Rotorua, Tauranga and Bay of Plenty
A stay in the bay promises endless silvery strands of beach, watersports galore, and also plenty of fascinating history - the Maori population here remains among the largest in the country.
Exploring New Zealand’s wine regions
Wine touring in New Zealand is easy and very enjoyable at any time of year, whether you’re travelling by car, bicycle or organised coach excursion.
Exploring North Island's breathtaking Coromandel Peninsula
The Coromandel Peninsula, a long spit of land that shields the Hauraki Gulf from the stormy Pacific Ocean, is where many New Zealanders come to get away from it all. So, given how laidback and picturesque the rest of the country is, you can imagine what it’s like here.
Top 10 things to do in Queenstown
These top 10 things to do in Queenstown are sure to get you started in creating an itinerary for a New Zealand holiday that you’ll never forget – from gentle nature walks and exceptional dining experiences to extreme outdoor adventures and “Lord of the Rings” scenery, this is a place that truly offers it all.
From north to south - an unexpected journey in New Zealand
If you’ve been inspired to take a Tolkien-themed holiday to New Zealand, then you’ll be pleased to know that there is a wealth of locations and other points of interest running the length of the country that can be visited.
Exploring Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
Fiordland National Park is one of New Zealand’s most legendary parks, and, and its largest national park, covering 4,286-square-miles in the southwest corner of the South Island. Here you’ll discover extraordinary scenic beauty, with 14 fiords, including the one of the country’s most famous, Milford Sound.
Top 10 things to do in Rotorua
Rotorua is a must-see place on any tour of New Zealand’s North Island, so to help you plan your itinerary, here are 10 of the best things to see and do when visiting the area.
Road tripping New Zealand's North Island
From the world’s second largest wine region and landscapes shrouded in geothermal activity, to contemporary cities and sweeping beaches, there’s much to see on an incredible road trip through New Zealand’s North Island.
Top 10 most photogenic wonders in New Zealand
It’ll come as no surprise that New Zealand is full of wonderful photogenic moments. Here our are favourite places to get that perfect shot, from the most epic sunsets, to incredible sparkling lakes.
Top 10 national parks in New Zealand
Explore New Zealand's spectacular landscapes, from Kahurangi to Fjordland National Park, one of the largest preserved areas of land on the planet, discover the stunning waterfalls, mountains and rainforests...
Road tripping New Zealand's South Island
Wide open roads with a varying backdrop of snow-capped mountains, sweeping vineyards, sugary beaches and rugged shorelines – a road trip through New Zealand’s South Island will be one to remember.
We had a wonderful holiday in New Zealand; the planning and preparation was faultless! We would like to thank everyone at Tropical New Zealand especially Brendan for all his help in making it happen. - Fraser Pratt