• New Zealand Destinations

New Zealand, Aotearoa which means ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’ comprises of two main islands, the North and the South Island, along with 600 other smaller islands, including Stewart Island, Waiheke Island, Chatham Island and Great Barrier Island.

We are a fairly small country, in fact similar to the size of Great Britain but with only 5 million people there is little crowding wherever you go. And though we aren’t the most accessible country to visit, trust us – NZ destinations are full of dramatic scenery with so much to offer.

From countless golden sand beaches, the rolling countryside to the towering and rugged mountains. The spectacular cascading glaciers, glistening lakes, meandering rivers, the picturesque fiords, rain and subtropical forest to the active volcanoes.

Let our team of experts help you plan your New Zealand Holiday, we’ll ensure we satisfy all your desires and have you leaving with no regrets.

Explore New Zealand's most beautiful regions

Bay of Islands

  • Bay of Islands, New Zealand

    This popular destination, known as the ‘winterless north’ is an island paradise comprising of 144 islands. Apart from being an aquatic playground, it also includes many historical towns.

    Paihia, the jewel of the magnificent Bay of Islands, offers amazing beaches, islands and suitable for those that enjoy fishing, scenic cruises, island…

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  • Auckland, New Zealand

    With the city centre’s world-class shopping, vibrant waterfront restaurants and bars, wonderful arts and culture scene along with a range of adventure right on your doorstep, Auckland is the prefect base for an extended stay.

    For world class shopping, explore lower Queen Street, the Britomart Precinct along with nearby suburbs of Parnell and…

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  • Rotorua, New Zealand

    Rotorua, a volcanic and thermal wonderland, where the earth steams, mud and water bubble and geysers shoot high into the sky. A place that’s rich in Maori culture, heritage and history and a playground for nature lovers those looking for both adventure & relaxation.

    Experience Rotorua’s volcanic and thermal wonderlands, with fascinating features…

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Hawkes Bay

  • Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

    The coastal town of Napier is best known for its Art Deco architecture, world famous wineries and much more.  Napier’s Art Deco architecture was built in the 1930s, following a 7.8 magnitude earthquake which destroyed the city in 1931. There are few places in the world that have such a collection of…

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  • Marlborough, New Zealand

    Within the picturesque Taylor and Opawa rivers lies Blenheim – Marlborough’s main town. Blenheim offers great cafes, galleries and the region’s world famous wineries, only a stone’s throw away. Head into the Wairau Valley to nearby vineyards and cellar doors for a taste of Marlborough’s flagship Sauvignon Blanc, along with award winning…

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  • Wellington, New Zealand

    Located on the southern tip of the North Island, Wellington is known as our ‘coolest little capital’ and famous for its arts, culture and cuisine.

    It’s home to Te Papa, our national museum, art galleries, theatres and Wellington’s innovative film production and digital technology that have built a worldwide reputation.

    And with more cafés, bars and…

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  • Nelson, New Zealand

    Located at top of the South Island – Nelson is known for its arts and crafts, orchards, golden beaches, cycle trails and wineries. The region boasts a range of activities from hiking, kayaking, fly fishing and cycling.

    Overlooked by the Christ Church Cathedral, this vibrant city is filled with boutique shops and art…

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Christchurch & Canterbury

  • Christchurch, New Zealand

    Known as the ‘Garden City’ – Christchurch’s city centre includes Hagley Park, the most notable and extensive park, where you will find the botanical gardens, the Canterbury Museum, housed in a Gothic revival building and where the Avon River winds through these inner city landmarks and out through the sprawling suburbs to…

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  • Wanaka, New Zealand

    The gorgeous lakeside town of Wanaka offers spectacular scenery from the mountain ranges of the Southern Alps and nearby Mt Aspiring National Park, to its pristine rivers, native forests and of course, the stunning Lake Wanaka.

    This year round destination offers a wonderful range of family and adventure activities operated by small local…

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  • Queenstown, New Zealand

    Surrounded by majestic mountains and nestled on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is well known for its breath-taking scenery and its overwhelming range of activities and experiences on offer. And with hundreds of cafes, bars, restaurants and wineries offering a wonderful selection of cuisine, every palate is catered for.

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Booking Terms & Conditions:


All pricing is in New Zealand Dollars and includes 15% GST (Goods & Services Tax).


Pricing is subject to availability and confirmation of the stated itinerary at time of booking.  If we are unable to confirm the stated hotels and services, we will endeavour to confirm substitutes at similar rates, however additional costs may apply.

Rental Car Terms & Conditions:

Inclusions: unlimited kilometres, airport/ferry collection fee, full insurance (subject to reduced excess), front windscreen cover, personal accident insurance, guaranteed replacement vehicle in case of accident.

Exclusions: insurance excess reduction of $345.00 including GST (note, standard insurance excess is $3,450.00 including GST), bond, petrol costs, one way fee ($57.50), optional extras, (all additional expenses to be paid direct)

Payment Policy

We do require a non-refundable deposit of NZD$250.00 per person before we go ahead with securing any reservations.

In addition, some of our suppliers may require further deposits to cover their strict cancellation policies, in this case we would advise you at the time of quoting and confirming your itinerary.

The balance of your booking would be required 45 days prior to your travel date.   If you book inside 45 days, full payment would be required at time of booking.

Payment can be made by electronic wire transfer and should include the additional NZD $25.00 bank fee.   We also accept Visa and Mastercard at an additional fee of 3.1%.

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Bank Name & Address: Westpac Bank, Mid City Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand

Account Name: Inspired New Zealand Travel

BSB Number: 03-0296

Account Number: 0011146-000

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We are happy to amend your itinerary and dates, however please keep in mind that some of the original services may not be available for your new dates, which may incur additional costs for substituted services.   Amendment fees may apply with multiple changes.

Cancellation Fees

Once Confirmed               Non-refundable Deposit of NZD $250.00 per person

Inside 45 – 21 Days          A Cancellation fee of 30% of your total booking value will apply, along with any cancellation fees applied by our accommodation, sightseeing and other providers.

Inside 20 – 8 days             A Cancellation fee of 50% of your total booking value will apply, along with any cancellation fees applied by our accommodation, sightseeing and other providers.

Inside 7 Days                      Full Cancellations, 100% charge

We will however do our very best to recover and minimise these cancellation fees but recommend that you purchase Travel Insurance to cover yourself.


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