From untamed wilderness, towering mountains and mist-covered fjords to rich culture, golden beaches and charming small towns, there is an incredible journey awaiting everyone in New Zealand. Adventure has never been closer…it’s time to start planning! From sampling world-class wines in Marlborough to experiencing pinch-me moments in Milford Sound, where you’ll embark on an overnight cruise; touring locally with Globus has never been so easy. We can’t wait to start traversing new landscapes and creating memories that will be cherished forever with you again soon!
New Zealand’s climate can be best described as being extremely variable, with the likelihood of experiences four seasons in one day very possible! In terms of best overall weather, the summer months of December to February take the crown. However, this is also the busiest time of year for both local and international travel, so prices tend to be higher.March to May and September to November (Autumn and Spring) are tourist shoulder seasons in New Zealand, with temperatures during the day remaining warm with cooler weather during the nights.
In the mountains, the winter months (June – August) are cold and offer great ski conditions for the avid winter sports junkie. However, once you get away from the mountains, the winter is relatively short and mild.
In New Zealand, the powerpoints use a 10 amp plug with two flat 1.6mm blades, set at 30 degrees to the vertical, making an upside down ‘V’ shape.