With their white sand beaches and crystal blue waters, these beautiful islands are a dream come true.
Travel in New Zealand
On the Whanganui River, adventurers will find thrills and solitude in Whanganui National Park on New Zealand’s North Island.
Nestled in the Mackenzie District on New Zealand’s South Island, Twizel is a good base for exploring Mount Cook National Park and the Mackenzie Basin
Wellington does things differently. As the capital of New Zealand, Wellington has its own unique identity. From top beaches and a thriving night life to Te Papa, New Zealand’s national museum, Wellington, NZ is a destination worth visiting.
Generations connect on a visit to Queenstown, New Zealand, and then an overnight cruise on Doubtful Sound in Fiordland National Park in New Zealand. Kayaking in Doubtful Sound is a highlight.
Sometimes, the best view is from the deck of a cruise ship. Here are our seven picks for the top scenic cruises
If you’re planning a driving holiday in New Zealand, here are six top routes on the south and north islands that make for an epic New Zealand road trip.
From the Loch Ness Monster to the Abominable Snowman, stories of mythical creatures abound. Here’s a look at some of the most fascinating mythical creatures from around the globe.
Sometimes the most beautiful places are far from the beaten path. This unique itinerary takes travelers to the best of remote New Zealand, often by boat, four-wheel drive or helicopter.
There’s no better way to explore New Zealand than by campervan. Here are five things you should know.
Abel Tasman National Park in New Zealand is the perfect base for hiking, canoeing, camping and much more.
The activities are endless in this cluster of islands near the northern tip of New Zealand.