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Why visit New Zealand
New Zealand is a place that has something for everyone, and that is why it is one of the hottest holiday destinations in the world. Thrill-seekers will get more than their fill in a country responsible for creating some of the most adrenaline-pumping activities, such as bungee jumping and jet boating. Adventurers can explore the diverse landscape that is guaranteed to make you wonder with its unique flora and fauna. Foodies and wine-lovers can experience some unique and delicious dishes and award-winning wineries and vineyards. With so much to see and do, the only problem is how to get to it all.
When to visit New Zealand
New Zealand is in the Southern Hemisphere and experiences summer from December to February and winter from June to August. During summer, the nights are cool, and the days rarely exceed 30°C, but keep in mind this time attracts the most holiday goers. The winter months are the best time to experience snowy mountain regions such as Queenstown, but make sure you bring warm layers. New Zealand is a great all-year-round destination with a climate that is very changeable and extremely mild.
Getting around New Zealand
One of the more accessible and budget-friendly travel options will always be public transport, and New Zealand offers buses, trains and ferries. Public transport can also provide amazing opportunities to experience the spectacular scenery along the way. If you want to travel at your own pace, renting a car is the way to go, and for more short-term travel, you can hire some bicycles, which will make the scenery last even longer.
Things to do in New Zealand
New Zealand is where the bungee jump was invented, so it's only fitting to begin your trip by taking a (safe) leap of faith. And to keep your heart racing, take a ride on a jet boat, dive the Poor Knight Islands on the Tutukaka Coast or go whale watching in Kaikōura. Discover the towering peaks and glassy waters of Milford Sound, the bursting geysers of Rotorua and the snow-capped mountains of Queenstown. Visit the major cities of Auckland, Wellington and Hamilton in the North Island and Christchurch in the South Island, where you'll find no shortage of things to do, places to see, food to eat and more than a few surprises along the way.
Where to stay in New Zealand
There is no shortage of places to stay when you choose Accor for all your accommodation needs. With a total of 44 hotels and resorts scattered across the North and South Islands, we will be your home away from home. You'll be able to find accommodation all over New Zealand. Some cities and regions where you'll be able to enjoy staying at an Accor New Zealand hotel includes: