New Zealand is a tiny country. Made up of two rather remote islands (and many smaller ones) and with a population of just over four million people, it is not the most accessible place in the world to visit. Yet it remains one of the world’s greatest tourist destinations.
New Zealand has some of the most diverse environments on earth, from beaches and rain forests to mountains, lakes, glaciers and even volcanoes. Many of these different natural features can be visited on the same day.