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Travel Planner

No matter whether your clients ask for New Zealand itineraries or information on New Zealand accommodation, transport and tours – the answer is in Travel Planner. You can also find information on business and tourism services, and New Zealand conventions and incentives.

Good planning is essential to ensuring your clients’ New Zealand experience is a memorable one. In Travel Planner you’ll find carefully curated itineraries for getting the most out of New Zealand, whether your clients are planning to stay three days or three months. Get insights and information on the key places to see and visit, access special interest itineraries that span food, art and culture, action and adventure, and wine and wildlife, as well as essential airport and arrival information, accommodation, transport, tours, tourism and business services, and more.


Please note, following the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Kaikoura in late 2016, coastal State Highway 1 and rail links that linked Kaikoura to Picton in the north and Christchurch in the south were significantly damaged. While Kaikoura remains open for business, it’s now accessible via the inland road from either north or south, as well as on a limited basis on State Highway 1 from Christchurch and Picton as repairs continue – check the latest updates from the New Zealand Transport Authority when planning your trip, as travel times have also increased.

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National Itineraries

Want to see the whole country? Your clients will need at least two weeks to get the full picture of both North and South Islands.

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North Island Itineraries

The North Island combines natural beauty with city style in a mild climate; perfect whether your clients are seeking a beach holiday, an authentic cultural experience or retail therapy.

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South Island Itineraries

From forest-fringed beaches to soaring mountains, the scenery of the South Island is an unforgettable backdrop to adrenaline-pumping adventure and indulgent relaxation.

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Special Interest Itineraries

Want to create a special focus for your clients’ holiday? Help them delve into unique aspects of New Zealand’s culture, activities and attractions with a themed itinerary.

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It’s worth noting that trips that cover a select group of regions (rather than trying to cover the whole country) will tend to be more relaxing and enjoyable for your clients.

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Airports & Arrivals

New Zealand’s key international airports are Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, but some flights from Australia also land at Rotorua, Queenstown, Hamilton and Dunedin.

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A good night’s sleep will ensure your clients get the most out of their day. Fortunately, New Zealand offers a wide variety of accommodation for every budget and travelling style.

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Clients can rent a car and get off the beaten track or take advantage of New Zealand’s excellent public transport network and get to their destination with ease.

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New Zealand Tours

Taking a tour can offer your clients a stress-free way of seeing the country. Choose from many different types, from budget day trips to the most luxurious private guided tours.

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Tourism Services

As a first-world nation renowned for embracing innovation, New Zealand boasts excellent infrastructure and facilities complemented by a strong customer service ethic.

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Business Services

Are your clients visiting New Zealand on business? They will find all the business services they require along with a network of support organisations to make doing business easy.

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