New Zealand is renowned for its natural beauty and dramatic landscapes, all within easy reach of our collection of boutique lodges, hotels and villas. Magnificent unspoiled beaches, spectacular live volcanoes, boiling mud pools and beautiful national parks with soaring mountain peaks.
Swim with dolphins, view the whales, laugh at the antics of our native Kea. Watch little blue penguins rafting home to their nests, yellow-eyed penguins, and fur seals. And listen to the birdsong in the wilderness of New Zealand’s West Coast.
Cloud 9 Luxury Villa is located in the beautiful Bay of Islands where you can swim with Dolphins and cruise in search of whales
The Beach House Kawau Island in the Hauraki Gulf where you’ll spot dolphins from your luxury beachfront lounger. Take the paddleboards out or dive for scallops
970 Lonely Bay on the Coromandel Peninsular is just a 10-minute drive to Hahei Beach. Take a tour to the marine reserve where you’ll spot whales and dolphins
Black Swan Lakeside Boutique Hotel in Rotorua located right in the heart of the volcanic region with spectacular geysers and mud pools.
Acacia Cliffs Lodge overlooking Lake Taupo in the heart of New Zealand’s volcanic plateau. Hidden geothermal wonders and the renowned Tongariro Alpine Crossing
The Point Villas Lake Taupo overlooks New Zealand’s largest lake and is within an easy drive to the Tongariro National Park and the surrounding mountains.
The Manse in Hawke’s Bay, home to the famous Gannet Colony at Cape Kidnappers – a 40-minute drive from the lodge
Greenmantle Estate located on the Kapiti Coast near Wellington is a short boat ride to Kapiti Island Nature Reserve Bird Sanctuary. View Tiake, Takahe, Kereru, Kakariki and Touttouwai (Robin) in this predator-free environment. Or drive to Wellington and visit Zealandia, the world’s first fully-fenced urban ecosanctuary
Manakau Lodge in Kaikoura, a region famed for whale watching, dolphins and seal colonies. Take an albatross tour to spot these magnificent birds
Rimu Lodge on New Zealand’s West Coast where you’ll visit the famous Punakaiki Rocks, view spectacular coastal scenery, and, when driving through Arthur’s Pass the funny entertaining Kea
Pen-y-bryn Lodge Oamaru and the Waitaki District ar a nature-lover’s paradise. Home to two special penguin species – The Little Blue Penguin and the Yellow-Eyed Penguin