Short drives from Wellington, Dunedin and Christchurch lead visitors to rare penguins, sea lions play-fighting on beaches, and fur seals having a lovers’ tiff.
Driving across South Island throws up local favourites like green-lipped mussels and other cosmopolitan fare.
Bungee into Ice Age rivers, cruise along mighty fjords, and—if you're lucky—find gold near Queenstown.
With dance floors powered by washing machines and eye-popping graffiti, New Zealand's historic city is turning heartbreak into art.
It is fright or flight at the adventure capital of the world, Queenstown.
Glacial lakes, starry nights, and views of Mount Cook, Australasia's highest peak await guests in the heart of the Southern Alps.
A new 360° video from National Geographic bring to life the natural wonder. | By NGT Staff
There's a food revolution brewing in New Zealand’s capital city.
Wilderness for the heart and soul.
It takes more than a little imprudence to want to jump out of a plane.