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New Zealand society is diverse, sophisticated and multicultural. The honesty, friendliness, and openness of Kiwis will impress you. Find out the best places to visit to learn of our history, culture and general New Zealand information. more
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Mobile-friendly - Tēnā Koutou Katoa, Nau mai Hāere mai.
Let us drive you to your next destination with providing excellent friendly customer service with local personality of knowledge. Enjoy our natural environment having photo opportunities along your journey; surrounding the Tongariro National Park, Mt Ruapehu, Whakapapa Village, Taupo and Turangi areas. Accommodation, Airport, Train or Bus transfers. Come on, let’s GO!
Mobile-friendly - Buy New Zealand Made promotes and connects manufacturers, retailers and shoppers with New Zealand made products. The campaign began in 1988 with member businesses using the iconic trademark on their products and in their marketing. Visit www.buynzmarket.org.nz for a huge range of genuine New Zealand made products, including souvenirs, arts and crafts, food and drink, clothing and more.
Mobile-friendly - Every day, people like you choose Cover-More New Zealand. And it's not just for Kiwis! We also offer inbound travel insurance for travellers who are coming to discover the wonders of our beautiful country. Millions of people in Australia, China, India, Malaysia, the USA, the United Kingdom and New Zealand rely on Cover-More to help them keep travelling each year.
View the glow and richness of Maori traditions and culture forever preserved on DVD. See the Maori Haka, traditional welcome, and songs and dance. Travel back thousands of years to the coming of the Maori and watch their progress through the ages, their struggles in developing the land and the unfolding of their unique isolated culture.
45 minute hill climb through pine forest, native bush and farmland to reach the summit (224 metres) with panoramic coastal views, including The Mount (Mt Maunganui), Tauranga, Te Puke and towards Whakatane. At the summit is a former Maori pa site which, with terracing still visible, fires the imagination.
Information about the European discovery and exploration of New Zealand. Early explorers include Abel Tasman in 1642, and Captain James Cook in 1769.
Everything you need to know from the New Zealand Government about immigration into New Zealand. Apply for a tourist or work visa, find out about living in New Zealand and much more.
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