New Zealand

There aren't many places on this planet where travellers are so well catered for – in terms of both man-made enticements and splendours of the natural realm. New Zealand is bigger than the UK, with one-fourteenth the population size. Filling in the gaps are sublime forests, majestic mountains, and the stunning lakes, beaches and fjords that have made this country one of the best hiking (locals call it 'tramping') destinations on Earth. It’s renowned worldwide for having a relaxed, friendly, spacious and outdoor adventure lifestyle (think sport, walks, BBQs, and beaches). When you combine this adventurous outlook with a stunning backdrop you start to see why travellers rate New Zealand as the action/adventure/adrenalin capital of the world!

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New Zealand's electricity supply runs at 230/240 volts, and we use angled two or three pin plugs (the same as Australia). Most hotels and motels provide…

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CurrencyNew Zealand's unit of currency is the dollar (NZ$). All major credit cards can be used in New Zealand, with Visa and MasterCard accepted most…

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tap water in New Zealand is universally safe to drink and standards exist to ensure that major contaminating organisms such as Protozoa and Cryptosporidium…

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From the crisp days of spring to the burnt orange beauty of autumn, New Zealand is a traveler’s paradise.New Zealand's climate is mild, and ranges…

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With so many things to do and spectacular places to see, choosing how you travel around New Zealand is as important as choosing where you want to go.Your…

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New Zealand is typically an informal place so pack casually for comfort.Famous for having four seasons in one day; our advice if you are traveling even…

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Please consult your health-care provider 4-6 weeks prior to travel to ensure you are receiving all required vaccinations and that the medication has…

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New Zealand is generally a very safe place to travel with a relatively low crime rate, few endemic diseases and a great healthcare system. Visitors are…

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U.S. citizens are required to obtain a visa for entry into New Zealand. Non U.S. citizens should consult with your local embassy.

As of Oct. 1, 2019,…

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Language:The official language is English.National Emergency Numbers:Dial 111 for all emergencies.Public Holidays:The dates of certain public holidays…

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Auckland is the biggest city in New Zealand, home to almost a third of the country’s inhabitants. Featuring a rich Polynesian heritage, spectacular beaches, and a…

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Situated on the eastern coast of New Zealand’s South Island, the vibrant city of Christchurch is the largest city on the island. Dubbed the 'Garden City',…

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Queenstown is situated on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and has stunning views of the surrounding alpine peaks. Considered by many as one of the world’s…

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The city of Rotorua has been a spa town since the 1800s, thanks to the many geysers, hot springs and mud pools that can be found…

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One of the gems of the Coromandel Peninsula, Tairua is set on a sheltered river estuary that blends into an azure bay. Favourite activities include swimming…

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Located on the south-western tip of North Island on the Cook Strait, Wellington is the constitutional and cultural capital of New Zealand – dubbed ‘the coolest…

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