New Zealand

New Zealand Travel Guide

New Zealand is on every traveler’s bucket list. It is a relatively young and wealthy Pacific agricultural nation with breathtaking views. New Zealand language and customs still bear the vestiges of British culture. Since its discovery by Abel Tasman in 1642, New Zealand’s cultural groups have welcomed travelers to their beautiful country: the indigenous Maoris and European immigrants who arrived on the islands within the last thousand years. New Zealand travel is a once in a lifetime experience. New Zealand is beginning to experience more cultural diversity, as newcomers arrive from places like Asia and the Pacific islands. Visit New Zealand and experience a diverse culture.

You will find lots of Kodak opportunities as you tour this striking country’s north and south islands. The diversity of the landscape, not to mention its setting for the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit movie series, has encouraged tourism. This New Zealand travel guide will help you plan your trip.

Things Not to Miss in New Zealand

• Trying New Zealand cuisine and wines from the region
 • Visiting Auckland
 • Learning about Maori culture
 • Experiencing the beautiful wilderness that New Zealand is famous for

When to Go to New Zealand

Just about any time is good for travel in New Zealand. South Island can get very cold in winter, (June to September), but offers winter sport activities. Most of New Zealand is coastline with milder winters and less intense heat in summer. Many people love to visit New Zealand in the fall and winter.

Articles about New Zealand

Jono Williams' solar-powered treehouse isn't really a treehouse. The only thing it really has in common with its forest-dwelling brethren is that the sights span far across treetops in all directions. Located in Linton, New Zealand, The Skysphere ...
Jono Williams' solar-powered treehouse isn't really a treehouse. The only thing it really has in common with its forest-dwelling brethren is that the sights span far across treetops in all directions. Located in Linton, New Zealand, The Skysphere ...
Jono Williams' solar-powered treehouse isn't really a treehouse. The only thing it really has in common with its forest-dwelling brethren is that the sights span far across treetops in all directions. Located in Linton, New Zealand, The Skysphere ...
You can now power your car by getting it sauced.  A New Zealand-based brewery has unveiled “Brewtroleum” – a product they are billing as the world’s first commercially-available biofuel made from a beer by-product.  And it’s available at gas stati...
Forget camera flashes; New Zealand-based photographer Joseph Michael uses a less-likely light source for his timelapsed "Luminosity" series. While shooting New Zealand's 30-million-year-old limestone caves on the North Island in New Zealand, Micha...
Forget camera flashes; New Zealand-based photographer Joseph Michael uses a less-likely light source for his timelapsed "Luminosity" series. While shooting New Zealand's 30-million-year-old limestone caves on the North Island in New Zealand, Micha...
Forget camera flashes; New Zealand-based photographer Joseph Michael uses a less-likely light source for his timelapsed "Luminosity" series. While shooting New Zealand's 30-million-year-old limestone caves on the North Island in New Zealand, Micha...
Forget camera flashes; New Zealand-based photographer Joseph Michael uses a less-likely light source for his timelapsed "Luminosity" series. While shooting New Zealand's 30-million-year-old limestone caves on the North Island in New Zealand, Micha...
Forget camera flashes; New Zealand-based photographer Joseph Michael uses a less-likely light source for his timelapsed "Luminosity" series. While shooting New Zealand's 30-million-year-old limestone caves on the North Island in New Zealand, Micha...
Forget camera flashes; New Zealand-based photographer Joseph Michael uses a less-likely light source for his timelapsed "Luminosity" series. While shooting New Zealand's 30-million-year-old limestone caves on the North Island in New Zealand, Micha...