Trip New Zealand
Our goal is to give you an amazing experience in New Zealand. For people who want to come to New Zealand and join a group adventure or nature tour we offer a variety of informations. If you want to travel alone but would like some advice or help with bookings or have a small group with specialised requirements then we can guide you.
Nine different species of dolphin are found around New Zealand’s coastline. All dolphins in New Zealand are protected by the Marine Mammals Act, which is administered by the Department of Conservation. Species that you may see include bottlenose, dusky and […]
The tuatara is often described as New Zealand’s “living fossil”. It comes from a family of reptiles that was present 220 million years ago when the dinosaurs were evolving. It is a lizard like creature with spiny scales and can […]
Love them or hate them the Kea is one of the most memorable bird species you may meet in New Zealand. This large olive green mountain parrot will greet you with a loud keee-aa before proceeding to make a nuisance […]
One of the most prominent features of our native bush is the proliferation and variety of native ferns in the undergrowth. There are about 190 species of native ferns found in New Zealand. The silver fern has become an emblem […]
New Zealand has a rich alpine vegetation, with the range of species being greatest in the mountains of the South Island. Golden tussocks, spiky spaniards, rounded hebes and delicate alpine shrubs coexist in a fascinating environment. Accessing these environments can […]
New Zealand’s marine ecosystems and species are highly diverse. About 8000 marine species have been found in New Zealand waters, including 964 species of fish, 2000 species of molluscs (snails, shellfish, and squid), 400 species of echinoderms (kina and starfish), […]