Incredible landscapes, thrilling excursions, delicious fresh food and magnificent wildlife - there's so much to see and do in New Zealand, it's hard to know where to start. That's why we've put together a collection of fantastic travel guides, personal customer stories and exhilarating videos to help inspire your perfect trip with New Zealand Sky. Start by checking out our popular guides, or click on any of the drop-bars to filter your choices. Once you're fully inspired, don't forget to give our welcoming team of travel experts a call to put together your perfect itinerary.
Popular experiences to enjoy on your holiday in New Zealand
New Zealand offers plenty for everyone in outdoor activities such as walking, sailing, kayaking or adventure sports, bungee jumping and jet boating. You can also watch whales, taste fantastic wines, experience stunning alpine scenery and visit historical sites, Russell and Waitangi and Lord of the Rings filming sites and much more.
Discover the best of the South Island
The South Island offers a variety of things to see and do from beautiful landscapes, wonderful hiking spots, majestic mountains, whale watching to adrenaline fuelled adventures in Queenstown. Read on for more information to inspire your next New Zealand adventure.
Our Introduction to New Zealand
There is a lot to consider when planning your trip of a lifetime to New Zealand. To help you we have put together an introduction guide of the important information, starting with the best time of year to go.
Our recommended iconic must-see's of New Zealand
New Zealand has many awe inspiring sites to see from stunning glaciers, national parks, abundant wildlife and beautiful peaceful lakes. Choosing just a few is difficult but find our favourite sites which we have explored here.
Self-Drive the best of New Zealand
A self drive tour through New Zealand is a great way of seeing the country at your own pace, stay where you want for however long you want with the ability to explore the places that are of a great interest to you.
Escorted Touring around New Zealand
Escorted touring is a great way to see New Zealand at its best whilst sitting back, relaxing and taking in the stunning scenery this country has to offer.
Discover the best of the North Island
The North Island has a variety of sites to offer from the cosmopolitan city of Auckland, beautiful Bay of Islands, the thermal hotpools of Rotorua and the Glow worms at Waitomo Caves.
New Zealands Great Outdoors, experiences & Adventures
New Zealand offers plenty of outdoor activities such as gentle walks or 3 to 5 day hikes with breath-taking views. Perhaps whale or dolphin watching cruises are more for you or a heart pumping bungy jump in Queenstown interests you. There is something to suit everyone.
Luxury lodge and experiences along the way
New Zealand offers luxury lodges set in stunning locations that are perfect for a treat or a special occasion like a honeymoon, birthday or an anniversary. From cosy lakeside lodge, country estates set in the wine region to tree houses, 30 feet in the air there is something for everyone.
Planning for an incredible New Zealand adventure
Travelling to New Zealand can be the adventure of a lifetime, and when it comes to planning this dream holiday, there’s a lot to consider, but we’ll provide all you need to know to make it happen.
Tailor-make the ultimate New Zealand holiday experience
New Zealand ranks highly in top travel spots, with lush rainforests, beautiful mountains and beaches, abundant wildlife and hot springs. Aim for three to four weeks, with options to tailor-make a perfect trip.
A beginner’s guide to self-drive holidays in New Zealand
A self-drive tour through New Zealand is a trip of a lifetime. Driving's the best way to see the country's spectacular scenery as you can do it all at your own pace, take photos whenever you want and explore places you might not get to see otherwise.
We had a really fantastic holiday. The whole package was extremely well planned and it would be very hard to improve it! This holiday was one of the best we ever had. - William Culley