New Zealand's South Island is best known for its stunning scenery, majestic snow capped mountains, aqua blue lakes and views galore. Welcome to a hit on your senses. The South Island will of course be on your holiday list - take as long as you can experiencing all the amazing places and landmarks that are on offer. A self drive holiday, be it in a car, on a motorbike or in a motorhome is a sure fire way of meeting the friendly locals. Alternatively and equally as rewarding are the hand picked small group tours that we have on offer, combining all of the sights whilst you make new friends with the same travelling spirit. For the fit we have some truly stunning walks of 2-5 day durations with views out of this world. Activities galore await around each corner. A destination fit for every age. Don't miss a thing.
This is wine country and some of New Zealand's most famous wines are produced here. Dotted with gorgeous boutique hotels with an array of activities, there is plenty to do. Do not overlook this area, it has much to offer and with all that wine around, the taxi is often the preferred transport.
From the silvery beaches of the coast to the jagged peaks of the Southern Alps, the Canterbury landscape is impossible to ignore. Big scenery is the order of the day - huge panoramas of ocean or mountains, great sweeps of pastureland and massive amounts of sky. This is a truly stunning region.
Idyllic fishing villages, wildlife galore and rolling green pastures make up Dunedin and the Central Otago region. Founded in 1869, New Zealand’s oldest and largest university gives Dunedin its reputation as a centre of learning. This is a vibrant city and well worth a visit.
A pocket of paradise in the top northwest corner of the South Island, Nelson has a positive, creative attitude to life - and it’s easy to see why. Spend spring days exploring Nelson’s re-awakening vineyards. Visit the studios of local artists and artisans or lunch at a seaside café.
The first people to discover Queenstown's rare beauty were Maori pounamu (jade) hunters. Then came the gold miners, in search of another kind of treasure. Today Queenstown is treasured for its magnificent scenery, adventure opportunities and luxury lifestyle.Springtime in Queenstown is gorgeous.
Nowhere is quite so stunning as the fabulous West Coast. One of the more remote and most sparsely populated areas of the country, this region is blessed with gorgeous coastlines, beautiful landscapes and of course, the awe-inspiring glaciers.
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"No other place on earth has so much to see in such a relatively small space. Simply stunning."