New Zealand offers so many things to see and do, it can become mind boggling creating your perfect itinerary! New Zealand’s landscapes are on the top of the ‘must do’ list while cycling and walking trails are mapped throughout the Country. More Information
If you are an adrenaline seeker you won’t be short of a thrill with Bungy Jumping, Skydiving, Jetboating and Zip Lining amongst our offering. More Information
If you are looking to explore New Zealand’s History, relax and absorb our people and stories, visit the Hotpools, Art Galleries and Cultural Attractions. More Information
Watched the Lord of the Rings? Are you a Middle Earth Fan? Locations throughout New Zealand offer you the chance to see film locations for yourself. You can also take a tour around the Hobbiton Movie Set. More Information
If you are after a taste of what is on offer, visit New Zealand’s award winning wineries, buy and taste locally grown produce from the farmers markets or immerse yourself at a wine & food festivals. More Information
New Zealand provides thrilling trails for all skill levels and interest for cyclists looking for easy tracks, admiring the breathe taking scenery at a leisurely pace to the super mad-keen mountain bikers who want a tough challenging adventure.
Food and Wine
This is a reason on its own to visit New Zealand. With major food and wine events, top wine regions and experiences, unique areas of superb New Zealand cuisine you won’t be disappointed. View more.
New Zealand has 25 Ski Fields – 18 are commercially operated and the others are club fields. Only a few of the commercial ski areas offer onsite accommodation, which means, if you hire one of our self-contained Euro Campers, you won’t have to worry about booking and paying for your accommodation. Either freedom camp or find a local holiday park. The ski season is between July and the end of September. Key commercial ski fields are: Mt Hutt, Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Treble Cone in the South Island and Whakapa in the North Island. For a list of Ski Fields visit the NZ Travel Guide.
Walking and Tramping
A classic in New Zealand - short walk or a multi-day tramp, there are a great range of tracks suitable for everyone to enjoy New Zealand’s untouched environment.
There are 9 Great Walks which are premier tracks that pass through diverse and spectacular scenery. From native forests, lakes and rivers to rugged mountain peaks, deep gorges and vast valleys…there’s a Great Walk for everyone.
These walks are managed by the Department of Conservation. Walks include: Lake Waikaremona, Tongariro Northern Circuit, Whanaganui Journey, Abel Tasman Coast Track, Heaphy Track, Routeburn Track, Kepler Track, Milford Track, Rakiura Track. For more information about these walks go to: Department of Conservation Website.