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Visit Waimangu Volcanic Valley, Pearl Sea Farm, Aotearoa and more.
The sparsely-populated yet immense country of New Zealand boasts a list of natural beauty as long as the land itself – which is over 990 miles (1,600km) in length. Floating in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, this former British colony is made up of two main islands punctuated with volcanoes, hot springs, lakes and glaciers, all tied in with mountain ranges.
The capital of Wellington is a small city with a big personality. Its colourful wooden houses, rolling hills and waterfront promenade overlooking Oriental Bay make for a fascinating city renowned for its culture and heritage - just don’t leave before you hop on the historic Wellington Cable Car!
Experience New Zealand like never before with our small group tours and dedicated Travel Concierge.
Other cities worth travelling to are the garden city of Christchurch and Queenstown, home to breathtaking scenery and majestic mountains, all lining the sparkling Lake Wakatipu. Both cities are perfect backdrops for the large selection of activities on offer such as whale watching, biking and wine tasting. Māori culture continues to play an important part in everyday kiwi life and as you explore this sensational country, there will be many opportunities to explore the history and culture of Māori life as you soak up the sights.
When it comes to natural wonders, New Zealand certainly doesn’t disappoint with many sights as mighty as the All Blacks. From the volcanic peaks of Tongariro National Park - Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapehu – and the incredible glow-worms of Waitomo Caves in the on North Island to the impressive Franz Josef Glacier and Fiordland National Park’s rainforest on South Island.
On Luxury Gold tours, your Travel Concierge is fluent in the local language and culture. Before you go, here is more information about New Zealand.
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