Happy Independence Day! Our offices will be closed on Friday, July 3rd in observance.
You can still reserve online, make a payment, or contact us via our website. We'll reopen on Monday, July 6th to help with your travel plans!
Below are some of the most common questions from our travelers.
Remember that New Zealand's seasons are opposite those in regions north of the equator. July is the coldest month and January is the warmest. The climate in New Zealand is quite mild with extremes only in the high mountains. Temperatures range from 60 F in the northern regions of North Island, and 50 degrees F near the bottom of the South Island. Take a sweater and umbrella no matter when you visit. September and October, flowers and trees are in bloom, and pose a beautiful site for any traveler.
For an updated forecast in New Zealand, click here.
U.S. and Canadian citizens need a valid passport, proof of onward passage and proof of sufficient funds. No visa is required.
The sun is the biggest health concern in New Zealand, so be sure to pack plenty of sunscreen. Don't forget the bug repellant!
CDC Website link: http://wwwn.cdc.gov/travel/destinationNewZealand.aspx
WHO website link: http://www.who.int/countries/en/#150
The currency in New Zealand is the New Zealand dollar. Click here for updated currency information on the NZ dollar.
Shop in local markets and stop for off-the-beaten-path artist studios for wonderful surprises. Also shop for paua-shell jewelry, Maori items such as carvings and music, rugs, sweaters, fleece jackets, greenstone jewelry and ornaments, jams, and wine.
230 volts. Plug I. You will need a voltage converter and plug adapter in order to use U.S. appliances. We recommend getting a universal adapter and converter kit. Click here for more information about electrical standards around the world.
See our blog post on using your cell phone abroad.