British passport holders can enter New Zealand as a visitor for up to 6 months on arrival without a visa.
New Zealand’s North Island is an essential part of any visit to New Zealand, and its dramatic landscape is dominated by the vast volcanic and geothermal areas around the Rotorua and Taupo. 3 touring routes link the Central North Island , The Thermal Explorer Highway, The Pacific Coast Highway and the Volcanic Loop. The wild shoreline has an abundance of marine life, and the rolling countryside is dotted with fruit orchards and world-class vineyards. The 2 main cities, Auckland and Wellington, deserve a few days of anyone’s time, bustling with activity and events year-round. Prepare to be monumentally impressed.
New Zealand’s seasons are the opposite of our own, and the North Island is generally warmer than the South Island. The summer months (Dec- Feb) see temperatures typically between 20-30°c, with winter (Jun-Aug) cooling down to around 10-15°c. The far north of the North Island is classed as a sub-tropical climate.
Gazelle travel provides excellent, first class service and at an affordable price too. We have used them several times and have another trip planned for next year. Perfectly tailor made with attention to every detail. They take all the time and worry out of planning a holiday. Would definitely recommend this outstanding company.
We did not think you could match it but you did it again and more! 25th wedding anniversary this time and it was an amazing experience in the Golden Triangle. From the Taj Mahal to whitewater rafting in Sri Lanka, the organisation was incredible, hotels were great and staff fantastic which made our trip one we will never forget. Thank you
Just a note to say a huge thank you for arranging such a brilliant trip.Everything went so smoothly and your assistance all the way went above and beyond.
Thank you Nick and all the rest of the team at Gazelle for a fantastic 50th birthday surprise for Sarah in Dubai. An excellent hotel with great service and you had clearly told them to look after us, which was very special.