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North Island | New Zealand

Whether it's harbourside Auckland or the geysers of Rotorua, North Island is oozing with incredible experiences. Sail across the sub-tropical Bay of Islands or meet the animals at the Agrodome. Learn the Maori Haka or hunt down the best eats in the capital, Wellington. Come for the Middle-earth-like scenery, but leave having discovered a whole lot more. 

View of traditional Maori Hangi Feast, New Zealand

Cultural Wonders

Discover the spirit and hospitality of Maori culture in Rotorua. Share a traditional meal of fish, lamb and vegetables cooked in earth ovens known as hangi.
Panoramic view looking over the city of Wellington, New Zealand

New Zealand's Food Capital

If food is your thing then you’ll love eating your way through Wellington, said to have more restaurants and bars per capita than New York.
rotorua geyser flume north island new zealand

Go Geothermal

At Rotorua’s Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley, you can feel the power of the island’s geothermal forces from bubbling mud pools to spurting geysers.

Our Fleet

North Island Rail Journeys

Roll through delightful countryside and lush farmland during your trip on the Glenbrook Vintage Steam Train.
Visit the historic Waiuku on the vintage Glenbrook Steam Train.

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View of Milford Sound, New Zealand

New Zealand's South Island

From bright blue lakes to crystal-clear fiords, golden vineyards and a magnificent collection of snow-dusted peaks, explore New Zealand's South Island.
View of Lake Tepako Lupins, New Zealand

New Zealand

Discover all that New Zealand has to offer on a premium escorted Travelmarvel tour. You'll be stunned by majestic scenery, captivated by small towns and big cities alike, and impressed by the strength of Maori culture.
Clear skies, brilliant red Ayers Rock at dusk


Just across 'the ditch', Australia's astonishing range of landscapes enthrals visitors, from the green tropics to the Red Centre, and the rugged coastline of the Kimberley to Tasmania's wilderness and gourmet food and wine.