Kia Ora from New Zealand

 

As ancient explorers and early settlers discovered, you’re never far from something incredible in New Zealand.

There’s no better place for adventure, rejuvenation and inspiration. And because New Zealand is compact and easy to get around, you can experience a whole lot in one trip.

The country’s towering mountains, dense forests, and golden beaches make it a haven for outdoor activities, while its multicultural population has created the perfect melting pot of unique cultural experiences.

 

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 A-Taste-of-Local-Culture     For a population of only 4.5 million in the isolated South Pacific, New Zealand also offers its own flavor, invention and a proud record of social innovation. From being the first country to offer universal suffrage, to establishing a nuclear-free zone in the 1980s, to being the fifth most highly rated country in the 2015 Social Progress Index; New Zealand has always been willing to lead on issues of social justice and the environment.

 

 

Wherever you go in New Zealand you will find friendly people and fascinating culture. New Zealanders have wholeheartedly embraced the Māori concept of manaakitanga, the act of giving and making people feel welcome. Māori are the indigenous people of New Zealand and their customs and traditions can be seen in many facets of New Zealand life.

New Zealand is regularly rated as one of the world’s preferred destinations and we’d love to show you around. So stay a while and experience something dramatic, serene, amazing, enticing or delicious. You won’t have to go too far.

 
    
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