New Zealand's North Island
The north island of New Zealand comprises of a narrow strip of land surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. It is home to both the capital city of Wellington, with its impressive arts’ culture and stunning coastline around to the wine region of the Wairarapa, and the vibrant city of Auckland where world-class eateries abound and the surrounding harbours and beaches provide opportunities for swimming, boating and spectacular views.
But it’s not just the coastal beauty of this region that will amaze you. In the heart of the island you will be awed by subtropical forests, thermal terraces, crystal clear lakes, Māori culture and rolling farmland.
From little known glow worm caves to tucked away beaches, that you may well be the only people on, we specialise in providing a unique experience in this beautiful part of the country.
There is an excellent range of facilities and amenities to suit all budgets. The cuisine is renowned for its use of local, fresh ingredients and the people are welcoming and friendly with English spoken throughout the country. Car and motor home hire are popular and there is also a comprehensive network of internal flights throughout the country for those who are short on time.
New Zealand has a largely temperate climate. Most of the country lies close to the coast, which means mild temperatures, moderate rainfall, and abundant sunshine. The north of New Zealand is subtropical, with the warmest months being December, January and February, and the coldest June, July and August. In summer, the average maximum temperature ranges between 20 - 30ºC and in winter between 10 - 15ºC.
Contact us for a suggested family adventure for this destination. We will provide a personalised itinerary appropriate for your group, taking in to account differing ages, fitness levels, group size and duration of stay. Accurate travel times, costings, accommodation and guide details will be provided once your itinerary is confirmed.