Romantic Getaways and Honeymoons in South Island

Looking for a holiday or honeymoon like no other? Want to discover a place where time slows and nature takes centre-stage? Look no further than New Zealand’s South Island, where stunning landscapes and interesting culture combine to create a uniquely beautiful destination, and ensure you enjoy the holiday of a lifetime.

Enjoy a romantic getaway to New Zealand’s South Island

Nature lovers, New Zealand’s South Island is the place for you. Marvel at the majesty of the West Coast Glaciers, soak in the famous thermal hot springs of Hammer Springs or see NZ’s amazing wildlife at breathtaking Stewart Island when you visit this fascinating destination. 

With its proximity to the magnificent Lake Wakatipu in the Southern Alps, Queenstown is a popular haunt for adventure lovers, boasting a wide range of thrilling activities all while surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery on earth. Get your heart racing when you go jet boating, white water rafting, skiing or, of course, bungy jumping. Or if discovering a town’s historical charms is more your style, visit the old University town of Dunedin for some of the most enchanting historical buildings you’ll ever see.

Wander hand in hand through Christchurch’s picture-perfect parks when you land in the ‘Garden City’, or sample the island’s fantastic produce when you take a day-trip out to the romantic Marlborough Region where you can enjoy a winery tour in one of the world’s best known and most loved wine regions. Known for its food and wine, as well as its fabulous swimming with dolphins opportunities, its a must-visit for any trip to NZ’s South Island.

Whether you’re a thrill seeker, a foodie, a history buff or a nature lover, New Zealand’s South Island invites you to explore one of the world’s most spectacular destinations. Couples who choose New Zealand’s South Island for their holiday, honeymoon or romantic getaway are bound to have a trip they’ll cherish for years to come … it really is that beautiful!

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