With some of the deepest water, closest to shore in the world, Kaikōura is visited by a vast array of marine life – including magnificent whales. Read the story . . .
Aoraki Mount Cook National Park is a rugged land of ice and rock, with 19 peaks over 3000 metres, including New Zealand’s highest mountain, Aoraki Mount Cook. Read the story . . .
New Zealand’s marine reserves and protected areas offer visitors a unique opportunity to see fish and marine life, thriving and abundant in their natural environment. Read the story . . .
As far as window seats go, they don’t get much better than on the TranzAlpine, where the term ‘picture window’ takes on a whole new meaning. Read the story . . .
There is no better place in New Zealand to see stars than in the heart of the Mackenzie district, where the clarity of the constellations will take your breath away. Read the story . . .
In Christchurch, you can see some of the world’s most impressive wildlife, just 15 minutes’ drive from the airport. Read the story . . .