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Tourism Auckland / New Zealand

Visiting New ZealandNew Zealand is one of the top holiday destinations in the world with its clean green natural image, scenery, Lord of the Rings film setting, adventure, culture, food and wine. It is home to bungy jumping, sky diving, glacial hiking, horse trekking, sailing, tramping, surfing, skiing, mountain biking and boasts an unlimited selection of quality tourist attractions.

There are plenty of things to see and do in New Zealand. We strongly recommend that you stay for a while, before or after the conference, to enjoy what New Zealand has to offer. Here are a few websites that can help you plan your stay in NZ.

The official website for New Zealand travel. Available in multiple languages, it can help you plan your holiday and find out what’s on. Discover new places, experiences and activities plus great deals, driving routes, accommodation, New Zealand maps and more.

2. AA Travel
Another very useful website to help you plan your holiday in NZ. Includes accommodation booking, maps, sightseeing guides, travel time and much more.

3. New Zealand Tourism Online
New Zealand Tourism Online is a guide for booking New Zealand travel, accommodation, attractions, tours or transport. Includes useful maps and much more.

Last updated: 25 Jan 2012 3:00pm

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