New Zealand Tourism

New Zealand is situated in the South Pacific Ocean and its breathtaking panorama, luxuriant woodlands, incredible wildlife, exotic flora and fauna, and salubrious weather make it a fantastic place to chill out.

New Zealand has a rich history, a vibrant culture, a multicultural people, and the indigenous Maori way of life.

New Zealand passionately promotes sustainable tourism that is dedicated to ecological conservation pledging lasting economic and socio-cultural benefits.


Fiordland National Park has magnificent scenery, imposing fiords, precipitous mountains, enchanting waterfalls, and verdant rain forests.

Abel Tasman National Park is famous for its pristine beaches, sheltered bays and splendid nature walks.

Queenstown is New Zealand's superlative tourist draw card. This picturesque village offers the best in adventure sports and flaunts amazing scenery.

Rotorua is famed for its volcanic activity and has many geothermal reserves abounding in geysers and hot springs.

Bay of Islands is New Zealand's premier maritime park. It is brimming with stunning marine life and reels in anglers and marine buffs.

Mt Cook National Park is a famous alpine park with a matchless ski run.

Westland National Park is famed for its Franz Joseph Glacier and Fox Glacier and verdant rain forests.

Tongariro National Park is a World Heritage Park and has active volcanoes in a barren environment.

Coromandel Peninsula abounds with extinct volcanoes and thermal beaches.

Kaikoura has fabulous marine life including dolphins, seals, sharks, and whales.


New Zealand offers an overwhelming range of activities.

Adventure lovers can take off to extreme heights with bungee jumping, canyon swinging, abseiling, paragliding, and skydiving. Discover the thrill of scuba diving, jet skiing, snow boarding and rafting. Explore rugged terrains with mountain biking and cycling. Go kayaking, kite surfing or canoeing.

Simply relax and unwind on the beach, take a swing at golf, hike through dense forests and scenic trails, visit health spas, meditation camps or vineyards, go bird watching, horse riding or game fishing, or immerse yourself in museums and art galleries.


New Zealand's mouth-watering cuisine caters to different taste buds from ethnic to continental. It has excellent restaurants, trendy cafes, and bustling take-aways.


From bargain sales to upscale stores, New Zealand provides diverse shopping interests. It is famous for its woolen garments, traditional Maori handicrafts, delectable wines, and delicious chocolate.


New Zealand provides an extensive range of accommodation. From inexpensive backpacker facilities and youth dormitories to luxurious hotels, from rustic farmhouses to local bed and breakfast motels, from budget inns to tranquil holiday homes, from roughing it out in tents to traditional homestay hospitality, New Zealand accommodates every budget.


Travel around New Zealand by rental cars, caravans, motorcycles, buses, ferries, trains, and airlines.

So, come to New Zealand for a memorable experience!