It is New Zealand’s largest city and the gateway to the Hauraki Gulf.
Home of the world famous Bluff Oyster, and the oldest continuously occupied European settlement in New Zealand.
Milford Sound was described by Rudyard Kipling as the ‘eighth wonder of the world’.
Tairāwhiti (the coast upon which the sun shines across the water) is the first place in the world to see the light of the new day.
Golden Bay is one of New Zealand’s most diverse and appealing holiday destinations.
Great Barrier Island
New Zealand’s sixth-largest off island with a population of less than 100.
Lake Taupo District
One of the largest lakes in the Southern Hemisphere and over 150 metres deep.
Well known for its wine and an extensive network of coastal waterways, peninsulas and islands.
100 kilometres north of Auckland City, these small group of islands are a hot spot for fishing.
A forested, subtropical region at the top New Zealand’s North Island – studded with sheltered beaches, wineries and colonial-era towns.
Tairua And Whitianga Coromandel
One of New Zealand’s best kept secrets – White sand, great surf and swimming along the entire coast.
Wild exposed rocky headlands, pristine white sand beaches, stunning coastal bush walks, and the incredible Poor Knights Marine Reserve.
Some of the country’s best wines are produced here and there is accommodation to suit every budget.
Gateway to the Southern Alps and Mount Aspiring National Park: true Lord of the Rings country.
One of the last frontiers in New Zealand, this wild and isolated coast is one of the most spectacular and unpopulated regions of New Zealand.
Whakatāne has a long history as a fishing port and as the gateway to White Island.
One of the most picturesque islands in the South Pacific, Aitutaki is accessed through Rarotong via a short domestic flight.
Home to some of the friendliest people in the Pacific one of the world’s best shark dives.
It is the diversity of holiday options that makes Hawaii the Pacific’s most popular travel destination.
A crew favourite and home to 1100 of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet.
The ultimate safe place to relax with over 70 places to stay.
Ah Beautiful Samoa – one of the Pacific’s most underrated tourist destinations.
Home to an active volcano and traditional village life with a litter of WWII wrecks to dive and explore.
118 separate islands make up the mythical destination of French Polynesia.
Live volcanoes, traditional villages, and the largest accessible wreck dive in the world.
Fraser Island & Hervey Bay
The world’s largest sand island, stretching over 120km. It’s a camping, fishing and ecotourism destination
Queensland, the second largest of Australia’s states, occupying nearly one-fourth of the continent.
Home to multi-coloured sand dunes, mangrove forests, and shallow lakes.
Malaysia’s east coast district of Rompin has a bunch of surprises up its sleeve for travellers.