New Zealand In 43 Days: A Complete Itinerary And Travel Map

Lake Mahinapua
If you are planning a trip to New Zealand, which you totally should because it is awesome, it can be quite daunting to determine where to go. New Zealand is a incredibly beautiful country and with so much to see, choosing a realistic travel itinerary can be a challenge.

That is why I wrote this detailed post about the 43-day (6 week) trip I made around the North and South Island of New Zealand. For each day I list the itinerary, campsites and highlights, you can find them in the map below as well.

I travelled together with my husband; we started our trip in Christchurch and ended it in Auckland. We hired a campervan, enabling us to explore the country at our own pace and via our preferred itinerary. If you want to know more about:

Day 1

Itinerary: Christchurch International Airport – Christchurch city center – Jailhouse Accommodation

Practical information: Bus number 29 – Airport to City via Fendalton costs 8NZD per person and departs every 30 minutes.

Highlights:

• Botanic Gardens: Beautiful park, huge trees and a nice rose garden. Good place to sleep on a bench in the sun after two days of flying…

• Christchurch city center: it was nice to see that the city center was rebuilt (after the earthquake of 2011) in a very creative way. Because it was summer holiday the city center was completely empty!

Botanic Garden

Botanic Garden

Christchurch city center

Christchurch city center

Day 2

Itinerary: Jailhouse Accommodation – Rental Car Village – Akaroa – Arundel Bridge Reserve

Highlights:

• Scenic drive over Summit Road: a beautiful winding road offering great views of the bay.

• Akaroa: a cute historic village (founded by French settlers in 1840!) with beautiful colonial houses.

Bay view Summit Road

Bay view Summit Road

Colonial house Akaroa

Colonial house Akaroa

Day 3

Itinerary: Arundel Bridge Reserve – Peel Forest – Lake Tekapo – Camping Lake McGregor

Highlights:

• Hiking in Peel Forest: lots of tracks to choose from, I did the ‘Big Tree Walk’ which lead to a huge Totara tree of 8,4 meter wide, the ‘Acland Falls track’ which took me to a mystic looking waterfall and the ‘Kahikatea walk’ leading me through a swamp forest. Read more about these hike here.

Lake Tekapo: the drive to the lake (coming from Geraldine) is already stunning because of the snowy Southern Alps on the background. But Lake Tekapo is just out of this world. The beautiful blue color is something that you cannot catch on a photo and the surroundings are breathtaking. I loved this place, it was one of my favorite places of our entire trip.

Church of the Good Shepherd: I don’t think there is a church anywhere in the world located on a spot more beautiful than this one. If you don’t believe in God, the view from the church might just persuade you.

Stargazing at Lake McGregor: the area around Lake Tekapo is part of a UNESCO Dark Sky Reserve. I have never seen so many stars, it was incredible.

Lake Tekapo

Lake Tekapo

Church of the Good Shepherd

Church of the Good Shepherd

Day 4

Itinerary: Camping Lake McGregor – Mount John Observatory – Lake Pukaki Lookout – Mount Cook – Twizel – Campsite next to SH8, south of Twizel

Highlights:

Hiking the Mt John track via lakeshore: three hour walk with a fantastic view over Lake Tekapo. There is a nice cafe at the top of Mt. John.

Lake Pukaki and scenic road to Mount Cook: beautiful view over Lake Pukaki with Mount Cook, the tallest mountain of New Zealand, in the background. The 50km road to Mount Cook is a stunning drive, definitely worthwhile!

Hiking the Tasman Glacier track: this was quite a steep track after already having hiked the entire morning! Nevertheless, it was worth the effort. The picture showing the difference in size of the glacier are impressive, it’s melting so fast…

Road to Mount Cook

Road to Mount Cook

Tasman Glacier

Tasman Glacier

Day 5

Itinerary: Campsite next to SH8 south of Twizel – Elephant Rocks – Oamaru – All Day Bay recreation reserve

Highlights:

Elephant Rocks: such crazy rock formations in the middle of farmland. I can totally understand why this landscape is used in the Narnia movies!

Oamaru city center:  I really liked this village with its steam punk art and historic buildings from 1860-1880.

Elephant Rocks

Elephant Rocks

Awesome penguins crossing sign

Penguins crossing sign:-)

Oamaru steam punk

Oamaru steam punk

Oamaru historic buildings

Oamaru historic buildings

Day 6

Itinerary: All Day Bay recreation reserve – Moeraki Boulders – Dunedin – Mosgiel Motor Camp

Highlights:

Moeraki Boulders: crazy rocks again, read more.

Dunedin city center: a nice city where I visited the Toitu Otago Settlers museum and I learned more about the history of this part of New Zealand.

Moeraki Boulders New Zealand Dunedin New Zealand

Day 7

Itinerary: Mosgiel Motor Camp – Sandfly Bay – Nugget Point – DOC Purakaunui Bay

Highlights:

Hiking at Sandfly Bay: a nice walk starting at the end of Seal Point Road and going down to the beach where lots of seals are chilling out. Sandfly bay is named after the fine sand being blown into the air by the hard wind, forming impressive dunes.

Southern Scenic Route part 1: you have to drive this awesome road! Get the free ‘Southern Scenic Route Guide’’ and ‘Guide to the Catlins’ at an i-Site, these leaflets contain information about all the highlights in the region (there are a lot!).

Nugget Point: impressive land tongue with a cute lighthouse at the end from where you have a stunning view over the rough ‘nuggets’ rising from the sea. I felt like I was at the end of the world.

• Seeing seals, baby fur seals, a sea lion, two yellow eyed penguins and a dolphin in one day!

Sandfly Bay

Sandfly Bay

Nugget Point

Nugget Point

Day 8

Itinerary: DOC Purakaunui Bay – Jack’s blowhole – Surat Bay – Purakaunui Falls – Cathedral Cave – DOC Papatowai

Highlights:

Hike to Jack’s Blowhole: a very strange 55 meter deep hole, 200 meter from the sea. Sea water flows to the hole through an underground tunnel and pounds against the sides with deep thundering sounds. Impressive!

Surat Bay: short hike, seen another seal chilling on the beach but unfortunately no sea lions for which this bay is famous.

Purakaunui Falls: beautiful falls, apparently one of the most photographed waterfalls of New Zealand.

Cathedral Cave: read more.

Southern Scenic Route part 2: another day on the Southern Scenic route. And scenic it most definitely is. Winding its way through the dense forest while offering stunning ocean views every other corner, fantastic!

Jacks Blowhole

Jacks Blowhole

Purakaunui Falls

Purakaunui Falls

Hike to Jacks Blowhole

Hike to Jacks Blowhole

Seal at Surat Bay

Seal at Surat Bay

Day 9

Itinerary: DOC Papatowai – McLean Falls – Curio Bay – Slope Point – Invercargill – Colac Bay

Highlights:

Hike to McLean Falls: a half an hour hike to one of my favorite falls in New Zealand. I don’t know why exactly I loved McLean Falls so much, I guess I was just really happy that day (I was extremely happy the entire time I was in New Zealand;-). The sun was shining, there was no one around (ok, except that other couple who took our picture), nature was beautiful, life in general was pretty good.

View over Curio Bay: stunning skies. I don’t think I need to say more. On the tiny, tiny downside: we did not see any Hector Dolphins who frequent this bay.

Slope Point: the Southernmost post of New Zealand (not counting Steward Island) and the southernmost point I have ever been in my life.

Southern Scenic Route part 3: the last part of the Southern Scenic route. There are so many beautiful roads in New Zealand, but this was definitely one of my favorites. It just feels so remote… And there are gorgeous and really varied sightseeing spots every couple of kilometers.

McLean Falls

McLean Falls

Trees at Slope Point

Trees at Slope Point

Curio Bay

Curio Bay

Day 10

Itinerary: Colac Bay – Te Anau – Mirror Lakes – Milford Sound – DOC the Divide

Highlights:

Scenic drive on Milford Sound Road: the road from Te Anau to the Milford Sound is breathtaking.

Mirror Lakes: the wind is too hard to be able to see the famous mirroring effect but still very pretty lakes!

Milford Sound Road

Milford Sound Road

Day 11

Itinerary: DOC The Divide – Milford Sound – The Chasm – Campsite near Lumsden

Highlights:

Cruise in the Milford Sound: stunning, absolutely stunning. Read more here and here.

The Chasm: it’s raining (like it does 182 days a year in the Milford Sound, so no surprises there) but that makes the Chasm all the more impressive because of the massive amount of water flowing below a natural bridge.

Milford Sound

Milford Sound

The Chasm

The Chasm

Day 12

Itinerary: Campsite near Lumsden – Queenstown – DOC Moke Lake

Highlights:

Drive over the Devil’s Staircase: excellent road with lots of twists and turns, hence the name. Drive carefully!

Queenstown city center: I think Queenstown is probably the most enviable city in the world. Next to Lake Wakatipu, with the Remarkables in the backdrop. The city center has all the facilities you need but is small enough not to feel like a big city. And home to all kinds of extreme sports off course. We didn’t do any though, no, we went hiking (yes, again;–). But next time… I would love to go skydiving!

Hike around Moke Lake: one of my favorite walks because the surroundings were stunning (as usual…New Zealand is so incredibly pretty) and we did not come across anyone else during the entire hike of 1,5hours.

Lake Wakatipu

Lake Wakatipu

Moke Lake

Moke Lake

Day 13

Itinerary: DOC Moke Lake – Arrowtown – Luggate Cricket Club

Highlights:

Chinese settlement in Arrowtown: I am shocked how tiny the sheds are where the Chinese gold miners lived. A Spartan life these people had…

Scenic drive over the Crown Range Road: crossing the Cardrona river 11 times:–)

Arrowtown Chinese Settlement

Arrowtown Chinese Settlement

Lake Wanaka

Lake Wanaka

Day 14

Itinerary: Luggate Cricket Club – Wanaka – DOC Lake Paringa

Highlights:

Beer tasting and tour Wanaka Beerworks: good beer! Read more.

Scenic drive over Haast Pass: another drive through the astonishing landscapes of New Zealand. I still cannot believe there is a country in this world that is so beautiful…

Lake Hawea

Lake Hawea

Haast Pass

Haast Pass

Day 15

Itinerary: DOC Lake Paringa – Fox Glacier – Lake Matheson – DOC Otto/Mc Donald

Highlights:

Hike to Fox Glacier: a 20 minute hike (and another 20 minutes to get back;-). I am again taken aback by the rapid shrinking of the glacier…

Hike around Lake Matheson: a mirror picture!

Fox Glacier

Fox Glacier

Lake Matheson

Lake Matheson

Day 16

Itinerary: DOC Otto/Mc Donald – Franz Josef Glacier – Hokitika – DOC Lake Mahinãpua

Highlights:

Hike to Franz Josef Glacier: a 40 minute hike. Though we cannot get as close to the glacier as to the Fox glacier yesterday, we constantly hear rocks falling and see ice chucks breaking off. The glacier is on the move!

• Eating a MASSIVE Cookie and Cream Cheesecake at 88 Asian Fusion Restaurant & Lounge Bar. I am actually relieved I forgot to take a picture, it would be embarrassing to have visual evidence of the gigantic size of the cheesecake and me eating every last crumb.

Sunset point: what’s in the name… We witness a beautiful sunset.

Glowworm dell: in a small, dark and most dell hundreds of lights come alive one by one. The glowworms are like tiny stars and it’s a truly magical experience!

Franz Josef Glacier

Franz Josef Glacier

Sunset Point

Sunset Point

Day 17

Itinerary: DOC Lake Mahinãpua – Hokitika Gorge – Pancake Rocks – Jack’s Gasthof

Highlights:

Hokitika Gorge: another specular sight in stunning New Zealand. The glacier flour colors the water a vivid blue which contrasts with the bright white rocks, unbelievably pretty.

Scenic drive over Great coast road: one of the most, if not the most, spectacular drives in New Zealand. Every bay is more beautiful than the last one.

Pancake Rocks: there are so many phenomenal places to visit in New Zealand and the Pancake Rocks are definitely one of them. Strange layered rocks shaped and sculpted by wind and ocean below a perfect blue sky.

Hokitika Gorge

Hokitika Gorge

Great Coast Road

Great Coast Road

Pancake Rocks

Pancake Rocks

Day 18

Itinerary: Jack’s Gasthof – Westport – Carters beach – Alpine Holiday Park Hanmar Springs

Highlights:

Westport: a definite highlight was finding our little espresso maker!

Carters beach: too cold to swim but still a nice place to spend a couple of hours.

Day 19

Itinerary: Alpine Holiday Park Hanmar Springs – Hanmar Springs thermal – DOC Puhi Puhi Valley Kaikoura

Highlight:

Hanmar Springs thermal: blissful hot baths (read more).

Day 20

Itinerary: DOC Puhi Puhi Valley Kaikoura – Kaikoura – Donovan House B&B

Highlight:

Kaikoura Peninsula Walkway: nice three hour hike (the first hour is not that interesting, I suggest starting at the parking lot at Point Kean viewpoint instead of in the town itself) with beautiful views over the bay.

Kaikura Bay View

Kaikoura Bay View

Hiking Kaikura Peninsula

Hiking Kaikoura Peninsula

Day 21

Itinerary: Donovan House B&B – Picton – Maitai Valley Motor Camp

Highlights:

Picton Village Bakery: deliciously baked goodies…

Scenic Queen Charlotte Drive: another gorgeous drive, 35 kilometers of twists and turns and beautiful bay views between Picton and Havelock.

Picton Village Bakery

Picton Village Bakery

Queen Charlotte Drive

Queen Charlotte Drive

Day 22

Itinerary: Maitai Valley Motor Camp – Nelson – Kina Beach camp

Highlights:

Nelson Farmers Market: eating our way around the farmers market, jummie.

Nelson city center: I found Nelson a very relaxed city with a lively atmosphere and a couple of nice buildings.

Day 23

Itinerary: Kina Beach camp – Marahau – Uruwhena Bridge

Highlight:

• Kayak Abel Tasman park: awesome activity on a glorious sunny day, read more.
Abel Tasman Park

Day 24

Itinerary: Uruwhena Bridge – Collingwood – Farewell Spit – Uruwhena Bridge

Highlights:

Hike around Farewell Spit: 12km hike over the beach and through the dunes. I have never seen so many different kinds of birds in a single day.

Pupu Springs: this was such an unexpected highlight and the most beautiful pool I have ever seen in my life. 14.000 liter of water per second bubbles from underground vents which creates a unique underwater environment and crystal clear water. Very, very beautiful.

Farewell Spit

Farewell Spit

Pupu Springs

Pupu Springs

Day 25

Itinerary: Uruwhena Bridge – Motueka – Waitohi domain Picton

Highlight:

Picton city center: I did not expect much of Picton; perhaps that is why it exceeded my expectations. There was a nice harbor, a boulevard and a park to relax in the sun.

Day 26

Itinerary: Waitohi domain Picton – Cook Strait – Camp Elson Poriru

Highlight:

Cook Strait: crossing the Cook Strait is as much a necessity if you want to get to the Northern Island, as an activity in itself. The ferry sails through the Marlborough Sounds, which are very beautiful. Unfortunately, the weather is not great so we stayed inside most of the journey.

Day 27

Itinerary: Camp Elson Poriru – Wellington – Owhiro Bay, Te Kopahou reserve

Highlight:

Te Papa museum: discovering more about New Zealand history, very interesting!

Day 28

Itinerary: Owhiro Bay, Te Kopahou reserve – Wellington – Owhiro Bay, Te Kopahou reserve

Highlights:

Te Papa museum: Te Papa means ‘container of treasures’ which is definitely true, I spend a day and a half in this museum and still hadn’t seen everything.

Wellington Cable Car and Botanic Gardens: the famous red cable car takes us up to the top of a 120 meter high hill with beautiful views over the bay. We walk back down to the city through the Botanic Gardens.

Old Saint Paul’s: a church completely made of all kinds of New Zealand woods and build in just 9 months!

Old Wellington Cable Car

Old Wellington Cable Car

Old Saint Paul's

Old Saint Paul’s

Day 29

Itinerary: Owhiro Bay, Te Kopahou reserve – Clifton Motor camp Te Awanga

Highlight:

Weta Cave: being LOTR and movie fans in general, we decide to visit Weta Cave where they make all the costumes and design complete virtual words for LOTR, the Hobbit, Avatar, King Kong and many other blockbusters.

Day 30

Itinerary: Clifton Motor camp Te Awanga – Napier – Hastings – Glenfalls campsite

Highlights:

Napier city center: very pretty town rebuild completely in Art Deco style after being destroyed completely by an earthquake in the 30’s.

Hasting evening market: dumplings, pizza and tortilla chicken wrap, delicious.

Napier city center

Napier city center

Napier Art Deco

Napier Art Deco

Day 31

Itinerary: Glenfalls campsite – Taupo – Huka Falls – Urchin campsite

Highlight:

Huka Falls: nice hike to the Huka Falls, which is more a giant rapid than a waterfall, pretty spectacular.

Huka Falls hike

Huka Falls hike

Huka Falls

Huka Falls

Day 32

Itinerary: Urchin campsite – Tongariro Park – Reid’s Farm reserve

Highlight:

Tongariro Crossing: I have written a separate post about our Tongariro crossing hike, squishing it in this already too long post wouldn’t do it justice. I will always remember it as the day I climbed Mount Doom.

Tongariro Crossing

Tongariro Crossing

Day 33

Itinerary: Reid’s Farm reserve – Willowhaven Holiday Park

Highlight:

Not moving a muscle after hiking the Tongariro Crossing the day before…

Day 34

Itinerary: Willowhaven Holiday Park – Whakarewarewa – DOC Dickey Flat

Highlight:

Whakarewarewa thermal village: very interesting Maori village build around the hot pools and geysers. Read more.

Whakarewarewa thermal village

Whakarewarewa thermal village

Whakarewarewa geyser

Whakarewarewa geyser

Day 35

Itinerary: DOC Dickey Flat – Tairua Holiday park

Highlights:

Goldmine Waihi: I was thoroughly impressed by the sheer size of this mine!

• Watching three episodes of our favorite show in the back of the van thanks to the free Wi-Fi from the library located behind our campsite.

Day 36

Itinerary: Tairua Holiday park – Cathedral Cove – Coromandel Town – Carpark Hauraki District Council, Ngatea

Highlights:

Cathedral Cove: a 45 minute hike over the cliffs leads us to Cathedral Cove, an impressive natural bridge. The constant pounding of the ocean against the white rocks illustrates perfectly how this bridge was formed.

Scenic drive road 309: a famous gravel road crossing from the West side of Coromandel Peninsula to the East side. 21 kilometers of driving slowly and carefully while enjoying the beautiful surroundings.

Cathedral Cove

Cathedral Cove

Cathedral Cove hike

Cathedral Cove hike

Day 37

Itinerary: Carpark Hauraki District Council, Ngatea – Auckland – i-site car park Whangarei

Highlight:

Auckland city center: we do the Lonely Planet city walk and see some nice buildings, parks and the revamped boulevard with quirky cafes and art.

Auckland city center

Auckland city center

Auckland Art

Auckland Art

Day 38

Itinerary: i-site car park Whangarei – Whangarei Falls – Paihia – Forest Pools campsite

Highlight:

Dolphins cruise: even though we don’t get to swim with the dolphins, it is still very impressive to see them swimming and jumping around the boat. Read more.

Dolphins!

Dolphins!

Bay of Islands

Bay of Islands

Day 39

Itinerary: Forest Pools campsite – Karikari peninsula – Utea Park

Highlight:

Beach Karikari peninsula: we find our own private bay where we relax on the beach.

Karikari Peninsula

Karikari Peninsula

Day 40

Itinerary: Utea park (the first day we did not drive a single mile!)

Highlight:

• Enjoying how simple life can be. Breakfast in the sun, a good cup of coffee, reading a book. What a wonderful life:-)

Day 41

Itinerary: Utea park – Whangarei Heads – Waipu Hotel

Highlight:

Making it to Whangarei on the absolute last drops of petrol where we get 40,3 liter of petrol (in a 40 liter tank!)

Mount Manaia: steep climb (400 meters!) but with a rewarding view from the top.

Drinking ice-cold Rekorderlig Passion Fruit Cider at Waipu hotel, which reminds me of London (where I lived for four months and have totally fallen in love with).

Mount Manaia hike

Mount Manaia hike

Mount Manaia top

Mount Manaia top

Day 42

Itinerary: Waipu Hotel – Mangawhai – Erin Pools

Highlight:

Mangawhai Clifftop Walk: a brilliant hike with such varied landscapes: beach, hills, tropical looking forest and steeps cliffs. A good way to end our hiking adventures in New Zealand.

Mangawhai Clifftop Walk

Mangawhai Clifftop Walk

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Mangawhai beach

6 week itinerary New Zealand

Marvelous Mangawhai

Day 43

Itinerary: Erin Pools – Rental Car Village Auckland – Ibis Budget hotel Auckland Airport

Low point:

• Handing in our beloved van and saying goodbye to New Zealand: I always have a hard time saying goodbye. Ending and saying goodbye to one of the happiest periods in my life is even harder… But onto our next adventure: the Philippines!

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A complete itinerary and convenient travel map with campsites and highlights in New Zealand!A complete itinerary and convenient travel map with campsites and highlights in New Zealand!

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16 Comments

    • Hey Rebecca, thank you so much for your comment and compliment:-) I hope you get to go back one day and explore more of New Zealand! I solemnly promised myself I’ll go back, there is so much more to see!

    • Hey Jenny, thank you:-) Happy to help! Enjoy your trip, it’s an amazing country so in the end you really can’t go wrong wherever you decide to go;-) Happy travels! Lotte

  1. Planning a 41 day trip, so this should really help 🙂

    Can I ask whether you thought the Pancake Rocks>Hanmer Springs>Kaikoura>Nelson route worked best to get from one side to the other or whether you would have changed it at all?

    • Glad I could help:-) How wonderful you are planning a 41 day trip to New Zealand! The route Pancake Rocks>Hanmer Springs>Kaikoura>Nelson was beautiful but it isn’t the shortest way.

      I think Pancake Rocks>Westport>Kawatiri>Nelson would be a good alternative. Plus, I have seen amazing pictures of Lake Rotoiti, so you might want to check that out! However, if you want to swim with dolphins or go whale watching Kaikoura is the place to be.

      Let me know if you have more questions! And have a great trip:-)

  2. Wow, I’ll definitely go sometime to NZ. Just have to wait my daughter is not at school anymore, or not joining us. What a great post!

    • Thanks Carolien:-) I think it would be an amazing experience to go there with your daughter so it might be worth to wait until she can join you!

  3. New Zealand has been on my wishlist for a long time. If only they could pick it up and place it somewhere near Europe so that it won’t take such a looooong time to get there. Will definately get there one day.though .. these amazing landscapes! Thanks for sharing your itinerary.
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    • Haha, yes it’s really far… Pretty much the other side of the world for us Dutchies;-) But totally worth it!

  4. Damn, 43 days in NZ! Stunning nature, al kinds of animals, the friendly people. I’ve also followed the link to the “10 awesome activities…” and that makes me wanna go even more 🙂 How about the food there NZ? Is it completely different from what we’re used to eat over here? Great post Lotte, it’s cool to read about trips that are definitely bucket list worthy. Cheers 🙂

    • Hi Jempi, thanks so much for your kind comment:-) New Zealand is definitely a trip to put on your bucket list! The food is more or less the same as in Europe, we used to do grocery shopping in a supermarket and cook our own meals in our campervan. Anyway, I can really recommend going there, 43 days was amazing but if you have the opportunity (and the funds;-) to go longer I would! Lotte

  5. We spent 5 weeks travelling around NZ Nth and Sth 4 years ago. Did a similar route to yours. It really is an amazingly beautiful country. Give me a winning eurolottery ticket and I’d be living there. Hope to revisit again soon 🙂

    • Me too Sue! If there is ever a country I would love to live it’s New Zealand…

  6. How amazing to read your blog as we are planning our 42 day trip to New Zealand Feb-Mar 2017. Great job, lots of answers to my budget questions. Being retired, 60 and 70, and travelling from Canada, our pace will be a little slower and our route a little less extensive but will be sure to cover your highlights on North and South island. I’m sure our adventure will be even richer thanks to your great tips.
    What were your travel dates? From your pictures I looks like NZ summer! Thanks and congratulations for a great inspiration!

    • Dear Sylvie, thank you so much for your comment, it made my day:-). I am really happy to hear my itinerary is helpful to you! I wish you a great trip but knowing from personal experience how amazing New Zealand is, I am sure you will have a great time;-). My husband and I traveled around NZ in January and February, so summer indeed. We were quite lucky with the weather and had just a couple of rainy days. Have an amazing trip and let me know if you have any questions!

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