In the heart of New Zealand’s oldest wine-making region is where you’ll find Napier. While the architecture of Napier is an interesting mix of Art Deco and Spanish Mission, it’s the red wines and enormous colony of gannets that get most of the attention. Picton boasts 1/5 of New Zealand’s coastline so you’ll find plenty of seaside cafés, restaurants and galleries – and water sports galore. For land lovers, the Queen Charlotte Track is the top hiking spot, navigable on foot or bike. The most dramatic landscapes will be encountered while cruising Fjordland National Park and Dusky Fjord. This area is a breeding site for Fjordland Penguins. Its dramatic, rugged coast and lush terrain are more beautiful than photos could ever do justice.
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Revel in the peaks, valleys and perks of New Zealand.