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New Zealand Features

  • Top Attractions in New Zealand

    Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand's smallest and most visited park. At the north end of the South Island, this park is an explosion of... Read more

  • If You Like

    New Zealand has more than 15,000 km (9,300 mi) of coastline, which ripples and zigzags to create bays, coves, fjords, and countless beaches... Read more

  • New Zealand Today

    Kia ora, or welcome, to the "Youngest Country on Earth." New Zealand's moniker may specifically reference its place as the last landmass to be... Read more

  • Top Experiences in New Zealand

    The Milford Sound reaches into the 1.2 million-hectare primeval forests of Fiordland National Park. Milford is an eerie place, and the best way... Read more

  • Speak Like a Local

    From the moment you begin your New Zealand (or Aotearoa, as you'll learn in the airport) adventure, you'll confront the mélange of Māori words... Read more

  • New Zealand History

    According to Māori legend, the demigod Maui sailed from Hawaiki (believed to be one of the French Polynesian islands) in his canoe, and he caught... Read more

  • Tastes of New Zealand

    The New Zealand food and wine scene had an earthy beginning. Traditional Māori staples included fish, birds, and root vegetables like kūmara... Read more

  • The National Parks

    Tongariro was New Zealand's first national park and the fourth in the world. It was established in 1887, a mere 47 years after the Treaty of... Read more

  • Local Do's and Taboos

    In general, Kiwis are accommodating folk who are more likely to good-naturedly tease you about a cultural faux pas than to take offense, but... Read more

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