Sights Further Afield

Should you wish to make the most of your stay here, New Zealand is packed with amazing natural attractions, outdoor adventures and cultural experiences. Whether you are looking to indulge yourself in local cuisines and dramatic views or get your adrenaline rushing with thrilling activities, New Zealand has something for everyone. We can recommend the best spots to visit and activities to do across the country to suit you.

The Great Lake, Taupo

Taupo has the best of the best when it comes to cultural and fishing experiences. For fishing enthusiasts, look no further than the spectacular Great Lake Taupo - the largest freshwater lake in Australasia. You can fish for trout all year round in Taupo and January and February are particularly good months for fly fishing. We recommend Chris Jolly Outdoors for all your Taupo hunting, fishing and adventure needs. Chris has had 30 years experience operating at Lake Taupo and exclusively offers fantastic rates and experiences for NZB clients. 

Fiordland, National Park

Awarded World Heritage status for its breathtaking natural beauty, exceptional glamour and significant role in showing off the earth’s evolutionary history, Fiordland is an absolute dream. Either try your hand at golf in Te Anau  which is surrounded by the Fiordland National Park, or hop aboard a cruise that will leave you speechless with  panoramic views of untouched nature and snow-capped mountains.

Queenstown, South Island

From wine tours and tastings to bungee jumping and sky diving, it is clear to see why Queenstown is held in such high regard by tourists internationally. It plays host to the biggest blockbuster movies (Lord of the Rings),  award-winning wines, dramatic views and some of the most luxurious accommodation options available. Only a two hour flight from Auckland Airport, it is the perfect place to escape.

Hawkes Bay, North Island

Based on the east coast of the North Island, this is one of the country’s premier wine growing regions. Enjoy a leisurely pace, or jump on a bike for a more active break, and soak up the sun as you visit your chosen wineries in the rolling countryside.