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.
A one-time haven for hippies and artists, Waiheke Island started its transformation into a hip wine destination in the 1970s.
The owners of this convent-turned-hotel have not shied away from its intriguing past.
Maori culture is experiencing a revival, but nowhere is it more obvious than in the New Zealand's capital.
Australians riding the travel bubble with New Zealand will have plenty of new hotel rooms to choose from in Auckland.
Speaking to Traveller's podcast, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern tells Australians to treat her country like an Australian state - but be prepared for COVID-19.
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.