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South Island | New Zealand

It's all about the natural beauty on a Travelmarvel holiday to New Zealand's South Island, from bright blue lakes to crystal-clear fiords, golden vineyards and a magnificent collection of snow-dusted peaks. Stargaze at Lake Tekapo, cruise Milford Sound/Piopiotahi and soar to the top of Queenstown’s highest peak. This is just the tip of the glacier. There’s so much more waiting for you.

View of Lake Tekapo with Lupins in foreground, New Zealand

Natural Wonders

From a Milford Sound /Piopiotahi cruise to your room overlooking Lake Tekapo at Peppers Bluewater Resort, every Travelmarvel journey is centred around South Island’s mountains, lakes and glaciers.
Queenstown lookout

Food and Wine

Join us for culinary experiences that showcase New Zealand's delicious food and award-winning wines, from Queenstown's famous Fergburger to a three-course dinner at Lake Tekapo.

A panoramic view of Peppers Bluewater Resort and Lake Tekapo

Rooms with Views

Wake up in some seriously special places including Copthorne Hotel on Lake Wakatipu in central Queenstown and Peppers Bluewater Resort, a stone’s throw from Lake Tekapo’s shores.

Our Fleet

South Island Rail Journeys

What’s not to love about a New Zealand rail journey? You’ll cherish every moment on the Coastal Pacific and the world-famous TranzAlpine Train across the Southern Alps.
Exterior view of Coastal Pacific, New Zealand

Explore More

Bay of Islands coastline from aerial view

New Zealand's North Island

Explore the geysers of Rotorua, sail across the sub-tropical Bay of Islands or meet the animals at the Agrodome in New Zealand's North 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


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