The best little adventures can be found in your own backyard – and if that happens to be Auckland, you're spoilt for choice.
The Romotow has divided the caravan community, polarising people with it's futuristic design.
Tourism NZ explains how we can make the best out of our cities now they're open for business again.
The summer baches which dotted its scenic clifftops and rolling hills are giving way to permanent homes and a booming population.
The vessels didn't pass biofouling rules, meaning they had large amounts of marine debris attached to them.
It’s another blow to the Central Plateau region after Whakapapa ski field went into receivership last year.
Recent seismic assessment found that underground shifts over time meant hotel infrastructure no longer met safety standards.
Guests at a Tauranga hotel are being welcomed to the city with the threat of a parking fine, said Craig Mckenzie .
It was the only New Zealand destination included on the list, and one that doesn't often enjoy the global spotlight.
More than 250,000 people are expected to arrive here this summer.
It comes after the company went into voluntary administration in October.
Bus company InterCity says there's no CCTV footage that can help recover the equipment.
In Auckland, Hertz, Avis and Budget have suspended new bookings for this week as they scramble to meet the demand.
Events are seen as vital to helping New Zealand rebuild its economy and draw visitors in.
Professor Brian Boyle has been capturing breathtaking footage of the starry skies above - all from his own observatory.
Events like the Rugby World Cup and FIFA are vital to the country's economic recovery, but beyond 2023 the calendar is looking light.
It comes as a report reveals the region's economy is struggling to pick up post-Covid and some tourists say safety concerns are keeping them away.
It's hoped the travellers on board will give the local tourism industry a much-needed economic boost.
The Economic and Regional Development Minister said "it's time for us now to step back" after providing $15m in 2018 via the Provincial Growth Fund.
Businesses in the region are largely dependent on winter tourists flocking in for ski season.