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New Zealand
Ports
145
No. of ports
Size of Fleet
41
No. visiting ships
Cruises
353
No. of cruises
Popular Months
Nov - Mar
Popular months

New Zealand Cruises

New Zealand’s population is comprised of Maori, Pacific Islander and Europeans, living in a peaceful, developed, urban-cum-farming world noted for its varied geographical regions. Between the semi-tropical north with its active volcanism and thermal springs, and craggy snow-capped mountains and glaciers in the south, are long sandy beaches and rolling farmlands. Enter the 15 km long Milford Sound, surrounded by sheer rock faces that rise 1,200 metres, acclaimed as New Zealand's most famous tourist destination. Visit the beautiful ‘Scottish’ City of Dunedin, the ‘French’ Akaroa, ‘Art Deco’ Napier, the bubbling mud pools of Rotorua, and the sub-tropical wonder-world of the Bay of (144) Islands.)

New Zealand Ports

New Zealand Ports

Destination Tips

  • Auckland offers ruggedly beautiful west-coast surf beaches, or within an hour’s drive from the city's high-rise centre, there are dense tracts of rainforest, thermal springs, wineries and wildlife reserves.

  • Black Water Rafting in Waitomo was amazing and such an adrenaline rush. Zipline, climb and tube through the waters while viewing the glow worms.

  • The Bay of Islands is home to the Waitangi Treaty Grounds as well as remnants of the Maori's first significant contact with Europeans at the Kerikeri Mission Station. This is a wonderful Maori cultural experience to enjoy.

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