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is like no other. It's unique beauty is spectacular as is the range of tourist attractions, activities and accommodation options on offer. Yet New Zealand also has a vibrant business culture, renown for its innovation and world class products and services.
Small, remote and thinly populated, New Zealand punches well above its weight with its world famous scenery, fabulous festivals, superb food and wine, and magical outdoor experiences. Equally impressive is New Zealand's respected and mainstream Maori culture. This is a country that recognises and celebrates its indigenous people..
See all the scenic highlights of New Zealand's South Island - a land of contrast; from the horizon-filling Southern Alps separating the rugged rainforest clad West Coast from the vast landscapes of the East.
is a beautiful city, where you can cycle alongside the river, stay in good hotels, indulge in fine sophisticated dining: yet just 15 minutes away you can scramble up mountain bike tracks or ride a wave at a surf beach. The first glimpse of Aoraki
across the turquoise waters of Lake Pukaki is one that will last you a lifetime. Take a ski-plane trip from the massive Tasman Glacier and get a bird's eye view of the glorious magnificent scenery. Soak in steaming glacial waters of Franz Josef - surrounded by native rainforest. Set out as the morning mists lift and kayak through Milford Sound.
Queenstown is one of New Zealand's top visitor destination, with accommodation to suit all budgets, ranging from hostels to hotels, motels, resorts and self contained apartments. Sitting on the shore of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu among dramatic mountain ranges,
boasts something for everyone - there's skiing in the winter and activities such as Bungy jumping, canyon swinging, jet boating, horse trekking, bushwalking, tramping and river rafting all year round. Or indulge in spa treatments, boutique shopping and excellent food and wine.
The North Island boasts New Zealand's -
- the best in shopping and dining. Cruising the islands of the Hauraki Gulfone day and the next walk a track in the primeval rainforests of a remote National Park.
, the capital city, is a place where you marvel at the house clinging to the hills, a cosmopolitan city of cafes and culture. Marvel at the geothermal wonderlands of
and immerse yourself in the Maori culture.
And then of course there's the national obsession - rugby. Whenever the All Blacks appear a nation of supporters watch their every move. Rugby is embedded in the hearts and minds of Kiwis and, for many, watching games is akin to a religious observance - at the very least, an integral part of the culture.
From rampaging outdoor activities to world-class food, wine and beer (yes, especially the wine and beer), and chilled out locals, your visit to New Zealand's will be one you will always remember. There are few countries on Earth as diverse, unspoiled and utterly photogenic.
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