Geography

New Zealand is located in the South Pacific and consists of 2 main islands, the North Island and the South Island.

Stretching over 1600km from North to South, and is only 400km wide at its widest point.  About 16,000km of coastline offer plenty of spots for everybody!

Being situated in the southern hemisphere, its summer months are December to April. This makes it an ideal winter escape destination for everyone from the Northern hemisphere.

New Zealand straddles the Pacific and Indo-Australian plates, making for a varied and at times dynamic topography.  Mountainous in the south, and volcanic in the north.  Fabulous for hot springs and thermal pools in certain localities.