Call us on 01442 617777 
Call us on 01442 617777 
Dwarfed by its neighbour Australia (which is in fact more than 2,000km away), New Zealand is a country of two halves, and a great bespoke New Zealand travel itinerary will take you to both. 
If you fancy a luxury holiday to New Zealand's North Island, you'll find three quarters of the total population here, as well as the capital, 'Windy' Wellington, and the country’s largest city, Auckland – for most, the point of entry. It has everything you need to relax: great beaches, from the subtropical Bay of Islands to Palliser; mountains, lakes, hot springs and geysers, a wealth of outdoor and cultural Maori activities and a friendly, welcoming cities. 
If adventure is your thing, the great outdoors on the South Island is where to head. Put simply, it has jaw-dropping, wild scenery. In Queenstown, the gateway to the Southern Alps on Lake Wakatipu, it’s enough to while away the hours marvelling at the majestic view, if you can resist the pull of the outdoors and all its activities, from hiking for the more timid to jet-boating, white-water rafting, skydiving and bungee jumping for the adventurous.  
Further north on the South Island, you’ll find some of the best white wine vineyards in the world, where you can taste Sauvignon Blanc until the cows come home. You'll also find Mount Cook (New Zealand’s highest peak), a clutch of glaciers, more wine, castles, the incredible turquoise waters of Hokitika Gorge, and the stunning Marlborough Sounds.  
Paradise on earth? You decide - call us for a bespoke New Zealand hoiday experience. 
Tell us more about your travel plans, and we'll create a tailor-made New Zealand holiday, just for you. 
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Vibrant and diverse capital city nestled between sparkling habours and lush landscapes. 
Mount Cook, New Zealand
The stunning Mount Cook 
The highest peak in New Zealand located in the heart of Aoraki Mount Cook National Park. 
Mount Maunganui, New Zealand
Mount Maunganui 
In the Bay of Plenty, Mount Maunganui is a picturesque coastal town with an iconic volcanic cone, Mauao. 
Wine tasting in New Zealand
Wine tasting in New Zealand 
New Zealand is most famous for its Sauvignon Blanc and has a thriving wine culture. 
Build Your Tailor-Made Holiday to New Zealand 
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Christchurch / Franz Josef / Lake Wanaka / Queenstown / Te Anau / Dunedin / Twizel / Arthur's Pass National Park  
The South Island deserves its own tour, so much is there to see and do. From the action packed Queenstown to the remote tranquility of Milford Sound, and the majestic peaks of the Southern Alps. This is a memorable journey through some of New Zealand's most iconic landscapes. 
Christchurch/ Twizel / Dunedin / Milford Sound / Queenstown / Franz Josef / Punakaiki / Nelson / Wellington / Napier / Rotorua / Auckland / Waiheke Island / Auckland 
New Zealand has picturesque locations throughout the North and South Island, complemented with a diverse range of activities to participate in. Unleash your adventurous spirit in the adrenaline capital of Queensland, cruise the Milford Sound and make the most of the abundance of walking opportunities the country has to offer as you travel through New Zealand's fabulous landscapes. 
Perfect for:  
Adventure, beach, honeymoon, family, diving 
Time difference: 
GMT+ 10 hours 
When to go:  
October to May 
International Airports:  
Auckland (AKL), Wellington(WLG), Christchurch(CHC) 
Flight duration:  
24 hours approx 
Some are recommended or required by the Centres for Disease Control and the World Health Organisation (WHO).  
Tailored Journeys is about helping you explore one of the most fascinating and beautiful regions on earth, in style. Even if – especially if – you don’t know where to start, call us now to talk about creating your own Tailored Journey – and let the dream begin. 
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