A special blend of heritage buildings, museums and galleries, fine food and live entertainment opportunities make this city a great place to visit in any season.
Auckland, New Zealand’s largest population centre, is poised between two enormous harbours and dotted with extinct volcanic cones.
Great Barrier Island is the largest and most seaward of the Hauraki Gulf islands.
The Cavalli Islands lie off the coast of Matauri Bay. The main island, Motukawanui, is a nature reserve with a walking track.
A 10 minute flight from Tauranga, Motiti Island is a paradise for diving, fishing, swimming and snorkelling.
As if by design, just 600 years ago a volcanic mountain emerged from the sea to create Auckland's near-perfect natural harbour.
Matakana Island is a blend of different landscapes - white sand surf beach, pine forest, farmland and tranquil harbour.
An active volcano off the Bay of Plenty coast, White Island will blow you away (but not literally!).
Explore an island full of history, from copper mine ruins to Sir George Grey's restored stately mansion.
A visit to Rotorua is two journeys in one: to the heart of the Maori culture and to the most unique site in the world.
Known as the 'Land of Plenty', it is rich in orchards and vineyards, a favourite place between wine lovers.
144 islands, each with their own golden beaches, surrounded by crystal clear water, create this water playground.
The fabulous golden-white sand beaches and the magnificent coastal scenery are just part of the attractions of Coromandel Peninsula.