Queenstown, situated in the southernmost part of New Zealand’s South Island, boasts one of the most stunning locations in the world. Nestled among majestic mountains with the crystal clear waters of the mystic Lake Wakatipu lapping its shores, Queenstown is the perfect four season alpine resort. For thrill seekers there can be no better place than Queenstown, also called the Adventure Capital of the World. Take your pick from the plethora of activities on offer – bungy jumping, skydiving, jet boat rides, snowboarding, hang-gliding…the list goes on. Dunedin is a charming mix of rich heritage, a vibrant atmosphere and some of the most amazing wildlife seen anywhere in the world. Dotted with historic architecture, it has been hailed as one of the best preserved Victorian and Edwardian cities in the Southern Hemisphere. Tajaroa Head in Dunedin is home not only to the world’s rarest penguin – the yellow-eyed penguin – but is also the world’s only mainland albatross breeding colony. Find out why Dunedin Railway Station is New Zealand’s most photographed building!
From mystical waterfalls to tranquil lakes, you’ll love a cheeky paddle at these watering holes.
Forget fairy tales, real life is where it’s at with these swoon-worthy sites on the agenda.
Accessible only by boat or strenuous hike, these hostels fall far beyond the typical tourist's radar.