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New Zealand's awesome landscapes, lush forests, amazing wildlife and pleasant climate make it a haven for many outdoor activities, and a great place to unwind. New Zealand society is diverse, sophisticated, and multicultural, and the honesty, friendliness, and openness of Kiwis will impress you. And the great advantage of New Zealand is that all of its diverse physical, cultural, and artistic landscapes are so close to each other!

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Holiday Destinations in New Zealand

Auckland Harbour and City Skyline   Christchurch City Tram
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Wellington Cable Car   Jetboating in Queenstown
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Drive

Whether you have three days or two weeks, New Zealand offers the self drive tourist the opportunity to see as little or as much of the country as you like at your leisure. Take the west coast route from Wellington to Queenstown - you'll discover glaciers, gold towns, rainforest and wild beaches or drive from the geothermal city of Rotorua to the oyster city of Invercargill - an itinerary for people who love wild places. Regardless of which route you take, you'll be amazed by the natural beauty of New Zealand at any time of year.

Golf

New Zealand is a place where the glorious pleasure of a round of golf is intensified by some of the most magnificent scenery in the world. It doesn't matter whether you're playing on a private, club or resort golf course in the North or South Island, east or west - the views might change but the drama of it will not.

Ski

New Zealand's ski season is surprisingly long. It begins in June and often continues until the end of October. The first ski area to hang out the open sign is usually Mt. Hutt in Canterbury. The last to close is Whakapapa on Mt. Ruapehu, which sometimes keeps its snow cover long enough to open on Christmas Day. Book your flight to New Zealand with Webjet and experience the Southern hemisphere's best winter playground.

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