New Zealand is jam-packed with things to do. Exploring New Zealand's magnificent landscape and coastline tops the list for many.Discover More »
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Ever since the first The Lord of the Rings movie was released in 2001, New Zealand has been known as the 'Home of Middle-earth'.Learn More »
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It suffices to say that getting to know New Zealand’s relaxed and friendly people will be one of the things you love most about your visit. Strike up conversations along your journey - a casual chat at a bar or restaurant or at a local market - it’s the best way to get insider knowledge on the area you’re visiting and you may even pick up the local Kiwi lingo and make new life-long friends!
Within a day or two’s drive you can see spectacular glaciers, picturesque fiords, rugged mountains, vast plains, rolling hills, subtropical forests, a volcanic plateau, and miles of coastline with sandy beaches. Much of these landscapes are protected by National Parks with thousands of kilometres of walks and trails opening their beauty to the public.
New Zealand has 15,000 kilometres of blissfully uncrowded coastline with a diversity all of its own. The West Coast is rugged and untamed with many black-sand beaches, while the East Coast has gentle gold-sand beaches, quiet coves and harbours dotted with islands.