The Old Town, National Open Air Museum of Urban History and Culture. In 2009 The Old Town celebrates its 100th anniversary.
The Moesgård Manor in the woods south of Århus provides the setting for the Moesgård Museum.
The Museum contains over 5,000 different species of animals from all over the World - many in settings displaying the animals' natural habitats.
Givskud Zoo features animals from all over the world and allows visitors to travel through open habitats by safari bus or private car.
Situated in the volcanic heart of the North Island, the Lake Taupo region is home to New Zealand's largest fresh water lake, fascinating geothermal areas and the famous Huka Falls.
Lake Wanaka is a place to take a deep breath and relax. Protected from the outside world by the grandeur of the mountains, you’re enclosed in a hidden paradise.
Creating a place where endangered species can once again thrive has also created a rare experience for the small number of people who are allowed to visit Kapiti Island each day.
From easy lakeside walking tracks to challenging alpine hikes, this national park has something for everyone.
Stretch your legs and feed your soul in this remote wilderness of native forests, towering mountains and long river valleys.
Discover lush native forests, amazing pancake rocks, delicate cave formations, underground streams, limestone canyons and towering ocean cliffs - all in one beautiful national park.
Explore the volcanoes, lakes, rivers, alpine meadows and forests of New Zealand's first national park.
Drive over Takaka Hill and discover another world. Golden Bay is a vast paradise for nature lovers.
Eleven beautiful lakes surround the geothermal town of Rotorua, which is great if you like to hike, bike, fish or kayak.
It's considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world, because of its elegant British style.