Tourism in New Zealand
Milford Sound with Mitre Peak within the Fiordland National Park in the southwest of New Zealand's South Island.
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Destination New Zealand - Travel
and Tour Guides
Discover New Zealand: North Island, South Island, Glaciers, Volcanoes, Hauraki
Gulf, Kawau Island, Milford Sound, Rangitoto Island, Waiheke Island, Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch,
Accommodation, hotels, attractions, festivals, events, tourist boards, biking,
skiing, hiking, climbing, cruising, diving, kayaking, tours, and much more.
100% Pure New Zealand
Travel and tourist information for New Zealand by the New Zealand Tourism Board.
Tourism New Zealand
New Zealand tourism's international marketing organization.
The Great Journeys of New Zealand
The tourism division of KiwiRail.
New Zealand Rail & Train Tours, home to Taieri Gorge Railway, The Seasider, and Rail Touring.
(with the regions of Northland, Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Waikato,
Wanganui, Tongariro Taupo, East Coast Hawkes Bay, and Wellington)
Official website with information about the subtropical Northland with its extensive
The Coromandel Peninsula is one of New Zealand's best-loved holiday destinations.
Pastures, Caves, Hobbits.
Outdoor adventures in Wanganui, Rangitikei, Manawatu and Tararua districts.
Rotorua is one of the most famous destinations in New Zealand.
The official Regional Tourism organization for the Ruapehu District.
Visitors guide to Mt Ruapehu and New Zealand's largest skiing area.
(with the regions of Nelson Marlborough, Canterbury, West
Coast, Otago, Southland, and the Chatham Islands)
Christchurch and Canterbury
The official visitors guide and travel planner for Canterbury and Christchurch
Tourism Central Otago
A travel and tourism guide for the Otago region.
Otago Peninsula is an area in the southeast of the South Island.
A visitors guide to Waitaki Districts.
Mt. Ruapehu Crater Pond. Ruapehu is one of three volcanoes within the Tongariro National Park, a highly active volcanic area and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in New Zealand
There are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in New Zealand (see the List
New Zealand Sub-Antarctic Islands
The New Zealand Sub-Antarctic Islands are five island groups, The Snares, the Bounty Islands, the Antipodes Islands, the Auckland Islands, and the Campbell Islands in the Southern Ocean to the south and south-east of New Zealand's South Island.
The islands, located between the subtropical and arctic convergence zones, feature a high biodiversity and are home to a rich flora and fauna, especially seabirds and penguins nest there.
Tongariro National Park
Tongariro park lies at the south-western end of the Taupo Volcanic Zone, an area of intense volcanic activity
with numerous volcanic vents and geothermal fields that extends from Mt. Ruapehu to the White Island (Whakaari) in the Bay of Plenty of New Zealand's North Island.
Within Tongariro park are three active volcanoes, Tongariro, Ngauruhoe (Mount Doom in "The Lord of the Rings" films) and Ruapehu. These mountains have cultural and religious significance for the Maori; they represent the spiritual links between the people and their territory.
Te Wahipounamu – South West New Zealand
Te Wahipounamu features picturesque fjords, wild rocky coasts, towering cliffs, turquoise lakes, and white noise producing waterfalls in a mountainous wilderness with 800-year-old trees in a place far, far away.