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Mount Tarawera Guided Volcanic Crater Hike

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Mt Aspiring Full Day Canyon

Activity LocationQueenstown

Get excited! This full day canyon offers the most and biggest jumps and abseils available from Queenstown, no previous ...



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Wellington Full Day Tour

Activity LocationWellington City, Wellington

Witness the best sights of New Zealand's capital city up close and personal, before experiencing the beauty of the coast ...



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Martinborough Wine Tour

Activity LocationWairarapa, Wellington

Sit back and relax with all your transport and tasting fees covered on your Martinborough winery tour A trip through re ...



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Monster 4X4 Thrill Ride

Activity LocationRotorua

Strapped into your seat with helmet and protective gear on, brace yourself for the power and brute force of an all-terra ...



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Auckland to Rotorua via Hobbiton - One Way Tour

Activity LocationAuckland

Travel in comfort from Auckland to Rotorua on this one day tour and experience the world-famous Lord of The Rings Hobbit ...



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Cave Stream- Lets go caving

Activity LocationChristchurch, Canterbury

Discover two of Canterbury’s natural wonders- Go caving and explore Castle Hill /Kura Tawhiti. Your local guide will e ...



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Get involved Discovery Tour

Activity LocationAkaroa, Canterbury

Step back in time and discover what New Zealand use to look like with short walks through prehistoric native habitat, 40 ...



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Martinborough Winery Tour

Activity LocationWairarapa, Wellington

Short on time? Enjoy a guided private 6 hour winery tour to the Pinot Noir Capital of the North Island – Martinboroug ...



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Private Luxury Cloudy Bay Shed,Mt Diffcuilty and Gibbston Valley Wine tour for up to 4 People

Activity LocationQueenstown

Immerse yourself in Central Otago's proud heritage as one of the world's finest winemaking regions.Your private driver w ...



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Tongariro Alpine Crossing return shuttle from Taupo

Activity LocationTaupo

The Tongariro Alpine Crossing is the best one-day trek in New Zealand. It is 19.4 km (12 mile) through volcanic alpine ...



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Private Day Charter

Activity LocationBay Of Islands, Northland

Board our beautiful sailing catamaran, “Serenity”, from Paihia or your chosen pickup point. We will hoist the sails ...



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Nomad Safaris Lord of The Rings Tours - Queenstown

Activity LocationQueenstown

Explore the magical side of New Zealand and understand why this beautiful country was chosen to portray Middle-earth. Th ...



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Christchurch to Queenstown One Way Tour, Via Mt Cook & Lake Tekapo

Activity LocationChristchurch, Canterbury

Christchurch To Queenstown via Mt Cook & Lake Tekapo. This one-way, small group, fully guided day trip combines all ...



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Milford Sound Luxury Private tour with Boat cruise and Gourmet picnic lunch for up to 4 people

Activity LocationQueenstown

This full day Luxury experience ventures deep into the place Rudyard Kipling called, "the Eighth Wonder of the Worl ...



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Wild North West Mountain to Sea by private helicopter

Activity LocationNelson

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New Zealand Tourist Information

Embark on an unforgettable journey through New Zealand's natural wonders! Explore the top attractions and activities from the rugged North Island to the stunning landscapes of the South Island and its 700 smaller islands. Spanning over 268,021 square kilometres, New Zealand boasts a diverse and stunning landscape, brimming with natural attractions and endless opportunities for exploration. Delve into its rich cultural heritage shaped by Māori, European, Pacific Island, and Asian cultures. With English as the predominant language spoken by 95.4% of the population, traveling in New Zealand is a breeze. Plan your adventure with captivating videos and a wide range of activities. Book securely and uncover the magic of New Zealand's South Pacific paradise!

New Zealand's Top 10 Destinations

Milford Sound, Fiordland National Park:

Nestled within Fiordland National Park, Milford Sound is renowned for its majestic fjords, cascading waterfalls, and towering peaks. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it's hailed as one of New Zealand's most awe-inspiring natural wonders. Cruise through the sound's tranquil waters, marvel at the sheer cliffs rising from the sea, and witness the ethereal beauty of Mitre Peak. From kayaking adventures to scenic flights, Milford Sound offers an array of unforgettable experiences amidst its pristine wilderness.

Tongariro National Park:

A paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, Tongariro National Park boasts the iconic Tongariro Alpine Crossing, a challenging trek through volcanic landscapes and emerald lakes. With its awe-inspiring scenery and diverse ecosystems, this UNESCO World Heritage Site offers unparalleled hiking, skiing, and wilderness experiences. Traversing ancient lava flows and rugged terrain, visitors are treated to panoramic views of the North Island's stunning landscapes, making it a must-visit destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

Hobbiton Movie Set, Matamata:

Step into the enchanting world of Middle-earth at the Hobbiton Movie Set in Matamata. Immerse yourself in the whimsical charm of the Shire, as depicted in "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" film trilogies. Wander through lush pastures adorned with quaint hobbit holes, visit the Green Dragon Inn for a refreshing ale, and relive cinematic moments in this iconic movie location. With its picturesque landscapes and captivating storytelling, Hobbiton offers an unforgettable journey into the heart of Tolkien's imagination.

Bay of Islands:

With its pristine coastline, secluded coves, and abundant marine life, the Bay of Islands beckons travelers seeking tranquility and adventure. Embark on a sailing excursion to explore its turquoise waters, encounter playful dolphins on a dolphin watching tour, or delve into history at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds. Whether kayaking through sheltered bays or relaxing on sun-drenched beaches, the Bay of Islands promises endless opportunities for exploration and relaxation in a breathtaking natural setting.

Abel Tasman National Park:

A coastal paradise of golden beaches, crystal-clear waters, and lush forests, Abel Tasman National Park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Kayak along the coastline, hike the renowned Abel Tasman Coast Track, or simply unwind on pristine beaches fringed by native bush. Encounter fur seals, dolphins, and birdlife as you explore this pristine wilderness, where every corner reveals a new marvel of nature. From adventurous expeditions to tranquil beachcombing, Abel Tasman offers a diverse range of experiences in one of New Zealand's most scenic national parks


New Zealand's geothermal playground, promises an adventure-packed experience with bubbling mud pools, erupting geysers, and authentic Maori cultural encounters at Te Puia and Tamaki Maori Village. Dive into the interactive geothermal wonders while immersing yourself in rich indigenous heritage for a truly unforgettable journey.

Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park:

boasts the country's highest peak, Aoraki/Mount Cook, surrounded by awe-inspiring alpine scenery, glacial wonders, and diverse hiking trails catering to all levels. Explore the rugged terrain, witness the majestic glaciers, and soak up the breathtaking vistas in this alpine paradise.


the adrenaline capital, offers a thrill-seeker's paradise with bungee jumping, skydiving, jet boating, and more set against a backdrop of stunning landscapes and vibrant nightlife. Embark on heart-pounding adventures by day and unwind with scenic views and lively entertainment by night for an adrenaline-fueled escape like no other.


renowned for its abundant marine life, offers a captivating experience where visitors can encounter whales, dolphins, seals, and albatrosses amidst stunning coastal scenery. Embark on boat tours, kayak adventures, or scenic flights to witness these majestic creatures in their natural habitat, creating unforgettable memories in this coastal paradise.

Fiordland National Park:

invites adventurers to explore its remote wilderness, ancient rainforests, and dramatic landscapes, including the iconic Milford Sound and other breathtaking fiords. Cruise through the pristine waters, witness cascading waterfalls, and encounter diverse wildlife in this UNESCO World Heritage Area for an immersive nature experience unlike any other.

Top 10 Must See places in New Zealand

Milford Sound, Fiordland National Park:

Known for its stunning fjords, waterfalls, and towering peaks, Milford Sound is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of New Zealand's most iconic natural wonders.

Tongariro National Park:

Home to the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, one of the world's best day hikes, this park features volcanic landscapes, emerald lakes, and breath-taking scenery.

Hobbiton Movie Set, Matamata:

Visit the real-life movie set of Hobbiton, featured in "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" film trilogies. Explore the charming hobbit holes and immerse yourself in Middle-earth.

Bay of Islands:

This subtropical region in the North Island is renowned for its stunning coastline, secluded bays, and marine life. Enjoy sailing, dolphin watching, and exploring historic sites like the Waitangi Treaty Grounds.

Abel Tasman National Park:

With its golden beaches, turquoise waters, and lush coastal forests, Abel Tasman offers some of the best kayaking, hiking, and beachcombing experiences in New Zealand.


Known for its geothermal activity, Maori culture, and adventure activities, Rotorua offers visitors a unique and immersive experience. Explore geysers, mud pools, and cultural attractions like Te Puia and Tamaki Maori Village.

Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park:

Home to New Zealand's highest peak, Aoraki/Mount Cook, this park boasts spectacular alpine scenery, glaciers, and hiking trails for all levels of experience.


Dubbed the "Adventure Capital of the World," Queenstown offers adrenaline-pumping activities such as bungee jumping, skydiving, and jet boating, as well as breathtaking scenery and vibrant nightlife.


A coastal gem nestled on New Zealand's South Island, is a must-see destination. Renowned for its stunning scenery, rich marine life, and outdoor adventures, it promises unforgettable experiences for travellers.

Fiordland National Park:

In addition to Milford Sound, Fiordland National Park is home to other stunning fiords, including Doubtful Sound and Dusky Sound. Explore remote wilderness, ancient rainforests, and dramatic landscapes in this UNESCO World Heritage Area.

Top 10 things to do for free in New Zealand

Hiking: New Zealand boasts countless trails and walks, offering opportunities to explore stunning landscapes, from coastal cliffs to volcanic peaks. Some popular options include the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, Abel Tasman Coast Track, and Roy's Peak Track.


With over 15,000 kilometres of coastline, New Zealand is dotted with beautiful beaches waiting to be explored. Spend a day beachcombing, swimming, or simply relaxing on the sandy shores.


New Zealand is renowned for its dark skies, making it an ideal destination for stargazing. Head to one of the many designated Dark Sky Reserves or simply find a secluded spot away from city lights to marvel at the Milky Way and southern constellations.

Visit Museums and Galleries:

Many museums and galleries in New Zealand offer free admission or have certain days of the week when entry is complimentary. Explore the country's rich cultural heritage and contemporary art scene without spending a dime.

Geothermal Parks:

Experience the wonders of New Zealand's geothermal activity at parks like Te Puia in Rotorua or Kuirau Park in Taupo. Watch mud pools bubble, see geysers erupt, and soak in the natural hot springs—all for free.

Wildlife Watching:

New Zealand is home to unique and diverse wildlife, including seals, dolphins, penguins, and native birds like the kiwi. Visit wildlife reserves, beaches, and coastal viewpoints to spot these fascinating creatures in their natural habitats.


Enjoy a picnic in one of New Zealand's many scenic parks, reserves, or botanical gardens. Pack a lunch, grab a blanket, and relax amidst beautiful surroundings without spending a cent.


Discover the beauty of New Zealand's waterfalls on foot or by car. Many waterfalls are easily accessible from walking tracks or roadside viewpoints, offering spectacular photo opportunities and a chance to connect with nature.

Cultural Events:

Keep an eye out for free cultural events and festivals happening throughout New Zealand. From traditional Maori performances to community markets and art exhibitions, there's always something exciting to experience without opening your wallet.

Free Tours and Walks:

Many cities and towns in New Zealand offer free guided tours or self-guided walking routes, allowing you to learn about local history, architecture, and landmarks at no cost. Check with local visitor centres or online resources for options available in your area.

New Zealand FAQ's

New Zealand Tourism:

New Zealand's tourism industry is vibrant and diverse, offering visitors a wide range of experiences. From exploring stunning natural landscapes like Fiordland National Park and the Bay of Islands to immersing oneself in Maori culture in Rotorua, there's something for everyone. Adventure seekers can bungee jump in Queenstown or hike the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, while foodies can indulge in fresh seafood and world-class wines. With friendly locals, a safe environment, and breathtaking scenery around every corner, New Zealand is a must-visit destination for travelers from around the globe.

New Zealand Weather:

New Zealand's weather varies depending on the region and time of year. In general, the North Island experiences warmer temperatures and more rainfall, while the South Island tends to be cooler with drier conditions. Summer (December to February) is ideal for outdoor activities and beach vacations, while winter (June to August) offers opportunities for skiing and snowboarding in the Southern Alps. Spring and autumn are beautiful seasons for hiking, wildlife viewing, and exploring New Zealand's stunning landscapes.

New Zealand Immigration:

Immigration to New Zealand involves various visa and residency options, depending on factors such as employment, study, family ties, and investment. The New Zealand government's immigration website provides comprehensive information on eligibility criteria, application processes, and requirements for each visa category. Prospective immigrants are encouraged to research their options thoroughly and seek professional advice if needed to navigate the immigration process successfully and legally.

New Zealand Flights:

Travelers searching for flights to New Zealand have several options to choose from, with many major airlines offering direct or connecting flights to Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and other airports. Traveling within New Zealand is convenient and accessible, thanks to a network of domestic flights connecting cities, towns, and regions across the country. Domestic airlines such as Air New Zealand, Jetstar, and regional carriers offer frequent flights between major hubs like Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Queenstown, as well as smaller airports serving regional destinations. With short flight times and competitive fares, flying is an efficient way to get around New Zealand and New Zealand's scenic flight routes provide passengers with stunning aerial views of mountains, coastlines, and national parks, adding a memorable dimension to their travel experience.

New Zealand Map:

Experience the wonders of New Zealand with's interactive map, showcasing the country's top tourist destinations. Dive into a virtual exploration where each click unveils captivating videos, offering insights into the must-see attractions and activities in every area. Delve deeper into each location with comprehensive tourist information, providing a wealth of knowledge to enhance your travel experience. From adrenaline-pumping adventures to serene natural wonders, embark on an unforgettable journey across New Zealand right from your screen.

New Zealand Time:

New Zealand operates on New Zealand Standard Time (NZST) and New Zealand Daylight Time (NZDT) during daylight saving months. NZST is UTC+12, while NZDT is UTC+13. Visitors and residents can adjust their watches and devices accordingly or use online tools and apps to check the current local time in different cities and regions across New Zealand. It's essential to consider time zone differences when scheduling appointments, making travel arrangements, and communicating with others in New Zealand or abroad.

New Zealand Rugby:

Rugby is a beloved sport in New Zealand, with a rich history and passionate fan base. The New Zealand national rugby team, known as the All Blacks, is one of the most successful and iconic rugby teams globally, boasting a winning record and a reputation for excellence. Rugby matches, tournaments, and events attract large crowds and media attention, showcasing the country's talent, athleticism, and sportsmanship on the world stage.

New Zealand Accommodation:

Finding accommodation in New Zealand is easy, with a wide range of options available to suit every budget and preference. From luxury hotels and resorts to backpacker hostels and holiday parks, travelers can choose from a variety of accommodations in cities, towns, and rural areas throughout the country. Booking websites and travel agencies offer convenient tools and resources to search for and reserve accommodations, read reviews, and compare prices, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay in New Zealand.

New Zealand Wildlife:

New Zealand is home to unique and diverse wildlife, including native birds, marine mammals, reptiles, and insects. From the iconic kiwi bird and the endangered kakapo to fur seals, dolphins, and tuatara, there are many opportunities to observe and appreciate New Zealand's fascinating fauna in their natural habitats. Wildlife reserves, national parks, and eco-tours offer guided experiences and educational programs, allowing visitors to learn about conservation efforts and contribute to protecting New Zealand's precious natural heritage.

New Zealand Economy and Governance:

New Zealand boasts a stable and resilient economy characterized by a diverse range of industries, including agriculture, tourism, manufacturing, and technology. With a strong focus on free trade and open markets, the country has forged international partnerships and embraced innovation to drive economic growth. Governance in New Zealand is anchored by a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy, with a Prime Minister leading the government and a Governor-General representing the Crown. The country upholds principles of transparency, accountability, and social responsibility, supported by robust institutions and policies that promote economic prosperity and social well-being for its citizens.

New Zealand Māori culture:

New Zealand, a premier destination for adventure and cultural exploration, offers travelers a captivating blend of natural beauty and rich heritage. The indigenous Māori people, with their deep-rooted history and vibrant traditions, contribute significantly to the country's cultural tapestry. Originating from the eastern Polynesian islands, the Māori arrived in New Zealand via remarkable voyages on ocean-going canoes, shaping the land and culture over centuries. Visitors can immerse themselves in Māori mythology and folklore, witnessing ancient waka (canoes) and experiencing traditional ceremonies like pōwhiri (welcoming) and tangi (mourning). The marae, sacred meeting grounds, serve as focal points for communal gatherings and cultural exchanges, showcasing the enduring values of connection to land and community. Delve into Māori arts and crafts, from the powerful haka to intricate tā moko (tattooing), and explore cultural centers to gain deeper insights into the essence of tangata whenua (people of the land). With its diverse offerings, New Zealand invites travelers to embark on a journey of discovery, where adventure and cultural immersion intertwine to create unforgettable experiences.

10 Fun Facts About New Zealand!

Middle Earth:

New Zealand served as the filming location for the iconic "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" film trilogies, showcasing its stunning landscapes to the world.

First to See the Sun:

Because of its location near the International Date Line, New Zealand's Chatham Islands are the first inhabited places to see the sunrise each day.

Flightless Birds:

New Zealand is home to several unique bird species, including the kiwi, kakapo (a flightless parrot), and the takahe.

Bungee Jumping Origin:

The modern sport of bungee jumping originated in New Zealand. The first commercial bungee jump took place off the Kawarau Bridge in Queenstown.

Sheep Population:

At one point, there were about 20 sheep for every person in New Zealand. While the ratio has decreased, sheep farming remains an important part of the country's agriculture.

Māori Culture:

The indigenous Māori people have a rich cultural heritage, including intricate tattoos called moko and performing arts such as the haka.

No Nuclear Power:

New Zealand is nuclear-free, with legislation banning the use of nuclear power for electricity generation and prohibiting nuclear-armed or powered ships from entering its waters.

Glowworm Caves:

Waitomo Caves on the North Island are famous for their glowworms. These bioluminescent creatures create a magical, starry effect in the caves.


the Māori term for New Zealand, translates to 'land of the long white cloud.' This name, steeped in Maori folklore, mirrors the frequent presence of long, billowing clouds in the nation's skies, adding a mystical aura to its natural beauty.

Free from Snakes:

New Zealand is one of the few places on Earth without native snake species. Its isolation from other landmasses helped keep snakes out, making it a haven for those with ophidiophobia.

Essential Information for Tourists Visiting New Zealand

1. Visa and Entry Requirements:

Check if you need a visa to enter New Zealand and ensure your passport is valid for at least three months beyond your intended departure date. Some travelers may be eligible for visa waivers or visa-free entry, depending on their nationality and the duration of their stay.

2. Customs and Biosecurity:

Familiarize yourself with New Zealand's customs and biosecurity regulations to avoid any issues upon arrival. Declare any restricted or prohibited items, including food, plants, and animal products, to prevent fines or penalties.

3. Currency and Payments:

New Zealand's currency is the New Zealand Dollar (NZD). Be prepared to use cash or credit/debit cards for transactions. ATMs are widely available, but it's a good idea to notify your bank of your travel plans to avoid any issues with card usage.

4. Transportation:

Explore transportation options, including domestic flights, buses, trains, rental cars, and rideshare services, to navigate New Zealand efficiently. Consider purchasing a transport pass or booking transportation in advance to save time and money during your travels.

5. Health and Safety:

Ensure you have travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, as healthcare in New Zealand can be costly for visitors. Stay informed about local health advisories, including COVID-19 guidelines and vaccination requirements, and adhere to safety protocols during your stay.

6. Weather and Climate:

Pack appropriate clothing and gear for New Zealand's diverse weather conditions, which can vary from region to region and change rapidly. Check weather forecasts regularly and plan outdoor activities accordingly to make the most of your time in New Zealand.

7. Accommodation and Booking:

Research and book accommodations in advance, especially during peak travel seasons, to secure your preferred lodging options. Explore a variety of accommodation types, including hotels, motels, hostels, holiday parks, and vacation rentals, to suit your budget and preferences.

8. Local Customs and Etiquette:

Respect New Zealand's indigenous culture and customs, including Maori traditions and protocols, when interacting with locals and visiting cultural sites. Practice responsible tourism by minimizing your environmental impact, respecting wildlife and natural habitats, and supporting local communities.

9. Attractions and Activities:

Discover New Zealand's top attractions, landmarks, and activities, ranging from outdoor adventures like hiking, skiing, and bungee jumping to cultural experiences, wine tasting, and scenic drives. Plan your itinerary based on your interests and preferences, taking advantage of guided tours, excursions, and local recommendations for unforgettable experiences.

10. Emergency Contacts:

Save emergency contact numbers, including local police, ambulance, and embassy/consulate information, in case of emergencies or unexpected situations during your trip.


Embark on an unforgettable journey through the natural wonders of New Zealand, where adventure awaits at every turn! Explore the top attractions and activities in every region, from the rugged beauty of the North Island to the breath-taking landscapes of the South Island and its 700 smaller islands. Spanning over 268,021 square kilometres, New Zealand boasts a diverse and stunning landscape, brimming with natural attractions and endless opportunities for exploration.

Delve into the rich cultural heritage of this fascinating country, shaped by centuries of history and influenced by a blend of Māori, European, Pacific Island, and Asian cultures. Experience the warmth and hospitality of the local people as you immerse yourself in Kiwi culture, a unique fusion of traditions that adds a special Pacific flavour to every experience.

With English as the predominant language spoken by 95.4% of the population, traveling in New Zealand is a breeze for English speakers. Plan your next adventure with ease, discovering each area of the country through captivating videos and a wide range of activities and tour packages. Whether you're into hiking, adventure sports, cultural exploration, or historical tours, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

Don't miss out on the chance to explore the beauty of both the North and South Islands, with their diverse geography and countless smaller islands waiting to be discovered. Book your activities and attractions securely with our convenient booking system, and get ready to uncover the magic of New Zealand's South Pacific paradise. Your adventure starts here! is your ultimate guide to exploring New Zealand's wonders! Dive into adventure and book your activities and attractions with ease. Explore our interactive map featuring captivating videos of each region's top attractions and activities on SeeAndDo.TV. Search for your favourite activities by area, ensuring you make the most of your stay. Create a free account for easy access to your bookings and personalized itineraries. Discover adrenaline-pumping adventures like bungy jumping and white water rafting, or unwind with scenic flights, cultural tours, and more. From boating to Maori culture, there's something for everyone in New Zealand! Plan your dream vacation today with See and Do New Zealand.