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Luxury New Zealand Honeymoons

Inspired luxury honeymoons to New Zealand, designed for you

Incredible scenery, exclusive lodges and completely bespoke experiences – get a slice of paradise all to yourselves

If you’re looking for a honeymoon with a difference, New Zealand is a country guaranteed to deliver. With the perfect blend of relaxation on untouched beaches and lush native forests, to adventure-packed activities, delicious food, fine wine and culture –  there are few countries that offer a more varied and remote romantic getaway.

Your dedicated Travel Designer will ensure you get a completely bespoke experience of this distinctive country, carefully working with you to create a honeymoon filled with remarkable and memorable moments. We can arrange every detail you’ve dreamed of as well as those you didn’t know were possible. Fly over alpine ranges by helicopter to an active volcano, swim with dolphins, cruise fiords on private yachts, go on exclusive wine tasting tours and recline in the comfort of the country’s most lavish accommodation.

Throughout your honeymoon choose from secluded lodges nestled in private bays, your own exclusive residences resting on the edge of glassy lakes and remote luxury cabins sitting atop spectacular mountain plateaus, only accessible by helicopter.

Whatever you want from your Australasia tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

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Where to go

Need to Know

5:21 is the local time
New Zealand Dollar is the local currency
Wellington is the capital city
Bacon and egg pie is New Zealand's national dish
Auckland is the country's largest city

When to go

New Zealand is a year-round destination, with stunning long summer days and crisp fresh winter months. There are different activities available at different times of year, from swimming with marine life in summer to alpine hiking in winter.

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