Luxury New Zealand Holdiays

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Luxury New Zealand Holdiays are famed for clean, green environments and remarkable scenic beauty that encompass everything from snow-capped mountains to sparkling coastal waters and from sandy beaches to rolling green countryside.

It's not all about scenery though; traditional Maori heritage has blended with modern european and Polynesion influences to create a rich and fascinating culture; the fertile land is responsible for some of the world's most sought after wines that are more than matched by the quality of the Pacific Rim cuisine; and there are outdoor activities that offer everything from the serene to the adrenalin-fuelled.

In short, there's a perfect New Zealand itinerary awaiting every discerning traveller.

Time difference: GMT +12 hours Flight duration: 26 hours (via Singapore to Auckland)
Currency: New Zealand dollar
Capital: Wellington

British Airways and Qantas fly from London Heathrow via the Far east and Australia. Singapore Airlines flies from London Heathrow and Manchester via Singapore. Emirates flies from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow and Newcastle via Dubai and Australia. Air New Zealand flies from London Heathrow via Los Angeles.

In the summer months of December to February temperatures occasionally reach up to 30° but are more usually a pleasant 20-25°. Late spring and early autumn are also a good time for a touring itinerary, while in the winter months of June to August there's great skiing in the popular South Island.

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Luxury Hotels in New Zealand

  1. Acacia Cliffs

    Perched high on a ridge above Lake Taupo, secluded yet only minutes from town, this unique lodge combines the features of the original ho...

  2. Blanket Bay Lodge, Lake Wakatipu

    Tom and Pauline Tusher’s grand alpine-style lodge sits in 59 acres overlooking magnificent Lake Wakitipu and the Remarkables. Its welcomi...

  3. Cape Kidnappers, Hawkes Bay

    Sister property to Kauri Cliffs, this lodge which opened in November 2007, is a spectacular retreat. Located in one of New Zealand’s most...

  4. Claremont Country Estate, Amberly

    Claremont provides wonderful country home accommodation with an unequalled geological experience that has been featured in the Andrew Har...

  5. Eagles Nest

    Five luxuriously appointed homes within a 75 acre private estate of coastal bushland, gardens and access to two private beaches.

  6. Eden House, Orinoco Valley

    Edenhouse is not a hotel or a Lodge but a gracious country home, situated in 48 acres of private grounds with extensive gardens. It is lo...

  7. Eichardt's Private Hotel

    Setting the standard for gracious, luxury accommodation, this 140 year old icon has been fashioned to incorporate its historic charm with...

  8. Grasmere Lodge, Arthur’s Pass

    This historic homestead perches high in the Southern Alps beside a 13,000 acre sheep station. 13 rooms and suites offer the utmost comfor...

  9. Hapuka Lodge

    Hapuku Lodge perfectly positions guests to take advantage of Kaikoura’s activities, including whale watching.

  10. Huka Lodge, Lake Taupo

    Consistently rated one of the world’s top five retreats, Alex van Heere n ’s lu xurious haven shelters beneath trees beside the mighty Wa...

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