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Regions of New Zealand

Listed below are the regions of New Zealand that we specialise in, we will provide you with first hand knowledge of each region which will enable us to tailor-make your holiday to New Zealand.

  • North Island

    Farmers’ markets, wineries and cellar doors, fish and chips on the beach: living like a local becomes second nature in this diverse region. Wind your way through the pretty vineyards in Martinborough then refuel in the capital, Wellington, a bite-size harbour city brimming with cafés and culture; the perfect stop en route to the majestic South Island.

  • South Island

    The South Island compels you to succumb to the contagious Kiwi lust for life and you’ll find yourself jumping out of a plane or jet boating at breakneck speed in the striking adrenalin-capital, Queenstown. There are surely few places in the world where you can snow-ski and water-ski in the same day, and there’s something uniquely exhilarating about a morning spring skiing on the slopes near Queenstown followed by an afternoon water-skiing on the still waters of Lake Wakatipu – only in New Zealand!

Azura Benguerra, Mozambique

Mozambique is Africa’s undiscovered jewel where chic barefoot escapism is luring those in search of castaway living. Idyllic Benguerra Island in southern Mozambique is home to Azura Benguerra - our all-time favourite Robinson Crusoe eco-retreat where off-map seclusion and ‘fresh-from-the-ocean’ cuisine is offered in abundance. The white sand, turquoise water and dune-backed shoreline are utterly irresistible – this is laid-back luxe at its African best!

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Azura Benguerra, Mozambique

Mozambique is Africa’s undiscovered jewel where chic barefoot escapism is luring those in search of castaway living. Idyllic Benguerra Island in southern Mozambique is home to Azura Benguerra - our all-time favourite Robinson Crusoe eco-retreat where off-map seclusion and ‘fresh-from-the-ocean’ cuisine is offered in abundance. The white sand, turquoise water and dune-backed shoreline are utterly irresistible – this is laid-back luxe at its African best!