Be Inspired by Scenic New Zealand

Be Inspired by Scenic New Zealand

Nau mai, Haere Mai! That’s Māori for welcome, and you are sure to feel at home in beautiful New Zealand. While a part of Australasia, New Zealand could not feel further from the Outback! You can expect to see anything from active volcanoes and sandy beaches with lapping waves to snow and verdant green fields populated by grazing sheep. Islands and mountains are all part of this thriving and culturally diverse island.

For nature lovers, New Zealand is an inspiring and uplifting destination that is finally open again to visitors. After nearly two years of COVID-19 lockdown, you can once again experience all that this incredible country has to offer.

New Zealand Is Open for Travel

Check out our travel advice below to learn more about the COVID-19 requirements for travelling in New Zealand. Also, find out some of the top-rated tourist attractions to visit that your customers need to know. These wonderful places are essential for beginning any New Zealand adventure.

COVID-19 Rules & Regulations

Here we have listed updated guidelines to help you stay safe while travelling in New Zealand. (Source- newzealand.com)

Before travelling to New Zealand

  • Before you travel, check you have the right visa.
  • You will need to be vaccinated.
  • Get a valid PCR test.
  • Complete traveller declaration.

When you’re in New Zealand

  • Take a rapid antigen test on day 1 and 5 of your stay.
  • Use the NZ tracer app.
  • Comply with the protection framework.
  • Wear a face mask and social distance.

Leaving New Zealand

  • Check PCR test requirements.
  • Check country requirements for onward travel.

Top 8 Tourist Attractions in New Zealand

Milford Sound

Milford Sound

The Milford Sound is a must-see. Located on the South Island, this fjord was created during the ice age and has truly incredible natural sights, from Mitre Peak to verdant rainforests and cascading waterfalls.

Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland

Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland

Want something bright and colourful? Then this geothermal marvel is for you. View the yellow, orange and blue shades and the steaming ground for yourself and experience the unique and impressive champagne pool. Great for photos!

Waitomo Glowworm Caves

Waitomo Glowworm Caves

Head through these quiet caves by boat and see glowworms lighting your way in this grotto that will be like nothing else you have ever experienced.

Hooker Valley Track

Hooker Valley Track

For walkers, wandering through the sacred Tōpuni land of Hooker Valley is a really special experience. You can learn more about what it represents to Ngāi Tahu iwi and discover unexpected gems from New Zealand’s native culture.

Te Anau Glowworm Caves

Te Anau Glowworm Caves

If you want to see an impressive underground cave system, then don’t miss out. Carved by the powerful river, you will be able to witness whirlpools, waterfalls, and the natural beauty of limestone.

Rotorua Canopy Tours

Rotorua Canopy Tours

Looking for some serious adventure? Then you can explore the native forests on a zipline experience for daredevils! Swing bridges and platforms create a thrill that allows you to truly take in the ancient beauty of the landscape.

Roys Peak Track

Roys Peak Track

Another amazing landscape, the Wanaka region, must be seen. Roys Peak Track allows you to explore Wanaka Lake, sprawling grasslands, and the splendour of Roy’s Peak - don’t forget your camera.

Te Puia

Te Puia

For bird lovers, culture and geology fans, visiting Te Puia is a real bucket list item. You can see native birds, observe the Pohutu Geyser and natural hot springs. Not only that, but this is home to the national schools of Kiwi arts such as wood carving, weaving, stone and bone carving.

 

Our dedicated travel and tourism experts can craft customised tour packages based on your customers’ interests, preferences, or needs and deliver an unforgettable experience that they won’t forget. Get in touch with us for all your New Zealand travel requirements, as well as other worldwide destinations.

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