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It’s been said many times before, but this time, it’s undisputedly true - this is a country which has it all. Award-winning wines, cultural diversity, spectacular landscapes, snow-capped peaks, sparkling glaciers, smoking volcanoes, sweeping coastlines with miles of sandy beaches, glimmering fiords, lush rainforest, adrenalin boosting adventures… all wrapped up in a package the size of Great Britain.

New Zealand’s 29 regions stretch more than 990 miles across two main islands - North Island and South Island, along with Stewart Island in the south. North Island packs in a full spectrum of sights and experiences, from cosmopolitan Auckland, to amazing geothermal activity and Maori culture in Rotorua to the captivating Bay of islands, an aquatic playground lavishly furnished with 144 islands and a myriad of secluded beaches.

South Island is possibly the world’s most scenically diverse island, where towering alps meet peaceful sounds and rugged coastlines merge with sweeping plains. Gateway to the South Island is beautiful Christchurch where you can ride on an authentic Cambridge punt along the gently flowing Avon River before strolling the award-winning Botanic Gardens. New Zealand’s adrenalin city, Queenstown, sits on the shore of Lake Wakatipu among dramatic alpine ranges which make an extraordinary setting for all manner of adventure activities.