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Discover New Zealand's North Island

The North Island features dramatic landscapes dominated by the volcanic and geothermal areas around Rotorua and Taupo, a stunning coastline with secluded bays and pristine golden sands and an abundance of marine life, You’ll find amazing wineries, superb cuisine and world-class attractions and experiences.

See art deco architecture in Napier, quaint sail filled harbours in the Bay of Islands; experience the laid back lifestyle and exquisite boutiques in Auckland, the City of Sails and the café culture in the nation’s capital, Wellington. Māori culture is rich and ever-present in many parts of the North Island.


Auckland offers an urban environment where most people live within half an hour of beautiful beaches, hiking trails and a dozen enchanting holiday islands. Add a sunny climate, a background rhythm of Polynesian culture and a passion for outstanding food, wine and shopping, and you’re beginning to get the picture of Auckland, the islands largest and most diverse city. With so many experiences close by it’s easy to hop from one adventure to the next.



The city of Hamilton boasts stunning gardens, plentiful shopping and a popular nightlife and restaurant scene including award-winning eateries and exciting entertainment. With abundant accommodation, Hamilton is the perfect base for exploring the wider region.

Visit the Hobbiton film set, in Matamata, the Hobbit sized village created for the Lord of the Rings movies, Drive south to the Waitomo caves and view the stalactites and stalagmites lit by the blue light of glowworms. Thrill-seekers can also experience black water rafting and abseiling



Wellington is the constitutional and cultural capital of New Zealand – dubbed ‘the coolest little capital in the world’. With its diverse architecture, world-class museums, cultural attractions and award-winning restaurants, Wellington is a popular destination for both local and international travellers.

Due to its location in the ‘Roaring Forties’ the city experiences its fair share of wind and as a result, sailing is a popular activity here – with charters offering visitors the experience of a relaxing cruise with beautiful views of the city and the surrounding bays.



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 in what is one of the world’s most active geothermal fields.

The Maori, who consider the region sacred, make up 35% of the population and a popular attraction is discovering their rich culture and traditions.

Rotorua is surrounded by lakes, mountains, forests and other natural features that afford visitors the opportunity to try out a number of outdoor activities between relaxing sessions in the hot springs and pools.

For thrill-seekers, Rotorua is home to the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world and offers everything from bungy jumping and luging to zorbing and ziplining.


Hawke's Bay

Blessed with fertile soils and a warm, temperate climate, Hawke’s Bay is among New Zealand’s leading producers of wine; notably red wines – cabernet sauvignon, merlot and syrah – and stunning chardonnays. Hawke’s Bay is the first stop on the Classic New Zealand Wine Trail and is a popular place for bicycle wine tours with many of the region’s 30+ cellar doors, and numerous artisan producers, connected by 200km of flat, easy riding cycle trails

Hawke’s Bay is New Zealand’s Art Deco capital, with the cities of Napier and Hastings rebuilt in the architectural styles of the time following the devastating 1931 earthquake.  Year-round guided tours and vintage car rides are supercharged each February as tens of thousands flock to participate in the week-long Art Deco Festival.


Bay of Plenty

The Bay of Plenty or Te Moana-a-Toi is a region in the North Island of New Zealand that covers 9,500 km² of coastal marine area and 12,200 km² of land. Here the earth is alive with geothermal activity so expect steaming hot springs, saltwater pools, geysers and active volcanoes.

The area attracts visitors looking for a relaxed seaside holiday combined with adventure activities



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