Book your 2022/23 holiday to New Zealand with Wendy Wu Tours
Over the course of the last year, we have used the challenges brought about by international border closures to shift our focus closer to home whilst still capturing the essence of what exploring the world with Wendy Wu Tours embodies.
Introducing two brand new tours – crafted especially for those wishing to unlock the hidden treasures of New Zealand and, which we hope will ignite your spirit for travel once more.
Home to some of the most stunning natural scenery in the world, a vibrant inclusive culture, rich history and amazingly fresh produce, New Zealand really does have it all.
To get you started below is our guide of the must-see destinations across NZ. Click on the tiles to learn more about what makes each place special, including how you can discover these on our programmes.
Also known as the ’Edinburgh of New Zealand‘ due to its Scottish heritage.
New Zealand's highest mountain reaching 3,754 metres and home to the largest glacier – the mighty Tasman Glacier.
Also known as “The City of Sails’, Auckland is a multi-cultural hub of food and wine, music, art and culture.
A coastal city set amid the renowned wine-producing region of Hawke's Bay.
The largest city of the Taranaki region on the North Island’s west coast and well-known for its dormant volcano – Mt Egmont.
A year-round destination located in the Southern Alps of New Zealand.
New Zealand’s highest mountain reaching 3,754 metres and home to the largest glacier – the mighty Tasman Glacier.
The largest city of the South Island, known for its English heritage.
Fiordland National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and includes Milford, Dusky and Doubtful Sounds.