Want to see the whole country? You’ll need at least two weeks to get the best picture of both North and South Islands, and four is even better! A popular option is to arrive in Auckland, travel...
North Island Itinerary
The South Pacific’s largest city, Auckland, is the arrival point for many to the North Island, a place of endless natural beauty and fascinating South Pacific culture. There’s plenty to do in...
South Island Itinerary
Explore the spectacular scenery and discover the amazing wildlife of the rugged South Island – but take time to enjoy the fascinating cities and get into action-packed adventure as well....
New Zealand must-dos for a quick trip
On a tight time-frame? There’s always time to enjoy unique New Zealand experiences and some of the best of what the country has to offer. Below are some suggestions for those looking to get the...
New Zealand’s carefully selected themed highways guide you through some of the best scenery and most enjoyable destinations the country has to offer. Look out for the distinctive brown signs...
Major airlines connect New Zealand’s cities and many of its smaller towns, as well as our surrounding islands.
Buses & coaches
There are numerous bus, coach and shuttle options available throughout New Zealand, from scheduled services to coach packages, shuttles and hop-on-hop-off bus services.
Driving in New Zealand
Driving in New Zealand allows travellers to get off the main highways to explore the small towns and wilderness areas that make New Zealand unique.
Opportunities to travel on the water in New Zealand are almost endless, from short inner-city commuter trips to island-to-island travel.
Take to the road in a motorhome or campervan and enjoy the freedom to roam, stopping at scenic spots and dining under the stars.
Getting around New Zealand – and up to the mountains – is easy. For maximum independence, rent a car, and if you’re heading up to the fields, make sure you have chains, and you’ve...
On the rails in New Zealand
New Zealand is geographically large, with a small, spread out population connected by stunning railways.
Train tracks traversing braided river valleys and volcanic fields, tunnels cutting through majestic mountains, and 19th Century viaducts spanning landscapes inaccessible by road – welcome aboard...