The land of the long white cloud packs plenty of surprises for the first time visitor.
Our neighbour is a traveller's paradise. You have to admit it.
It's an easy place for international travellers to visit from Auckland, but some Kiwis might prefer to keep it to themselves.
This fast-evolving city in the Canterbury region is foodie heaven.
You know about New Zealand's North Island and South Island, but the country's "third island" is mostly national park and overflowing with animal life.
Huka Lodge, New Zealand's oldest is spoken of in hushed, almost reverent tones.
One of New Zealand's most president-worthy properties, offers an unforgettable and iconic Kiwi experience.
Nature rules in New Zealand, and its proud locals will guide you around the best spots of this adventure sport capital; for they invented crazy activities such as black water rafting in caves lit by glow worms and flying through canyons on zip wires. You can also enjoy tramping over rolling green hills or active volcanoes, skiing at world-famous Queenstown or perhaps floating through the breathtaking Milford Sound.