Low prices aim to give tourism industry a boost in what is usually its peak season.
Beyond Queenstown's obvious attractions are fascinating history-rich gems and raw thrills.
The route from Dunedin to Oamaru is a pleasant 90-minute drive, full of foodie treats.
Devonport provides prime Prada Cup watching and primo food and drink.
16 students are completing New Zealand's most adventurous Hillary expedition.
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A flying visit to Hawke's Bay gives the chance to get close to a national icon.
This Central Otago apartment accommodation makes the most of Lake Dunstan location.
The sun, sand and surf are still there, but there are many new reasons to visit.
Stay in this cottage on a working farm, surrounded by palms, cycads, cacti and more.
In Nelson, 'it feels as if the sun is on you, no matter where you go'.
In the outer Marlborough Sounds is one of the most scenic, and least known, roads in NZ.
Aer you up to cycling, walking and kayaking across the South Island in four days?
A remote wilderness experience with hot showers and welcome creature comforts.
Aotearoa has some world-class options when it comes to wellbeing retreats.
A guide to the neighbourhoods of Auckland, according to the city's top foodies.
Dozens of cellar doors and plenty of produce to taste in and around Blenheim.
For Kiwis, cruising is back. Here's some of the best trips available this season.
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There's something sustainable for every budget.
This could be your ticket to one of the most hard to reach places on earth: Antarctica.
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Holdiay hotspots around the country that deserve a closer look.
Wherever you are this summer, keep cool at these perfect Kiwi swim spots.
"Once you've seen paradise, why would you look anywhere else?"
As far as once in a lifetime trips go, tramping Te Araroa is spectacularly transformative
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These destinations might not be on your radar, but visit… we dare you!
Reflective of shifting tastes, one New Zealand experience made this year's list.
We have scoured the country for local record breakers and the strangest bragging rights.
Manea Footprints of Kupe tells of the first chapter of the human story of Aotearoa.
Troy Kingi on Kerikeri's best swim spot and Greg Prebble on Bob Dylan's visit.
Stuart Nash on the Art Deco capital and Delaney Davidson on Lyttleton's storied epicentre.
Eugenie Sage paddles the peninsula Six60 find plenty of reasons to love Invercargill.
Anna Coddington in Raglan and Warren Maxwell's unassuming little gem.
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