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  • Kaimanawa Lodge

    New Zealand Turangi means different things for many people - the swish of skis on fresh fallen snow; the thrill of a fighting rainbow trout; the still beauty of mountain reflections in a lake; the challenge of...
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  • Lake Edge Resort

    New Zealand Lake Edge Resort is located on Lake Taupo, world famous for its Rainbow trout and its geothermal wonderlands. A popular destination, it is New Zealand's largest lake and is near skiing areas. Take in...
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  • Mount Hutt Lodge

    New Zealand Mt Hutt Lodge is relatively remote and is approximately 50 minutes drive from Christchurch airport by car. The resort is built on a hill and set in a tranquil rural environment, providing all units...
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  • Oreti Village

    New Zealand Natural wooden chalets nestled quietly on the southern Shores of Lake Taupo, surrounded by native bush, scenic reserves, and picturesque lake views - this is Oreti Village Resort. Turangi has an...
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  • Queenstown Mews

    Queenstown, New Zealand The most popular vacation area on the South Island is Queenstown, gateway to the famous ski areas of Milford Sound, Fiordland National Park, Coronet Peak ski fields, and The Remarkables. Activity...
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  • Edgewater Club

    New Zealand In the heart of Central Otago, at the foot of the Southern Alps, lies Lake Wanaka, home of Edgewater Club. This bustling vacation destination is popular year-round. Two of the best ski areas, Treble...
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  • Fairway Lodge

    New Zealand Located on the Kiwifruit coast, at Mt Maunganui on the Bay of Plenty is Fairway Lodge. Close by is one of New Zealand's most popular beaches. And if the surf vacationer needs a break, take a drive to...
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  • Busby Manor

    New Zealand Busby Manor is nestled near Paihia Beach, old colonial houses and Williams Memorial Church, site of New Zealand's first wedding in 1830. Located in the heart of the Bay of Islands, this area boasts...
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  • Club Lavaud

    New Zealand Discovered by Captain Cook in 1770, Banks Peninsula protects Akaroa Harbour, home to Club Lavaud. In 1840, Club Lavaud's namesake, Captain Charles Lavaud, led 63 emigrants to settle the area and...
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  • Club Paihia

    New Zealand The Bay of Islands, which is known for its history and big game fishing, is home to Club Paihia. There's plenty to see and do here: Visit the Waitangi Treaty House and the resort's Orchid House or...
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  • Duxton Hotel Okawa Bay

    New Zealand Located in the heart of New Zealand's geo-thermal tourist area is Okawa Bay Lake Resort. Nearby Tarawera is one of New Zealand's most famous volcanoes and the thrill of a float plane or helicopter...
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  • Taupo Ika Nui

    New Zealand Located in central North Island on a volcanic plateau is the Taupo area and Taupo Ika Nui. The resort is situated on the shores of Lake Taupo, New Zealand's largest lake. As a backdrop, the mountain...
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  • The Lofts Apartments

    New Zealand Nestled in the South Island of New Zealand, Queenstown plays host to vacationers' dreams all year round. A world-renowned ski area, Queenstown boasts many quaint hotels, restaurants, and a variety of...
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  • The Phoenix Resort

    New Zealand The Phoenix Resort is situated across the road from Lake Taupo, New Zealand's largest lake. In winter, visitors can ski at the nearby skifields with Raupehu offering a memorable experience for...
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  • The Pines Resort

    New Zealand Carved by glaciers and surrounded by statuesque mountains, Lake Wanaka and the town of Wanaka lie at the foot of the Southern Alps of New Zealand. With the ski fields so close by, the once small...
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  • The Retreat

    New Zealand On the shores of Lake Taupo, you will find the Canadian cedar chalets of The Retreat. You can fish the lake and river for trout, play golf on the championship courses of Wairakei and Taupo, or enjoy...
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  • The Ridge Resort

    New Zealand Queenstown lies in a sheltered cove on Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand's most popular year round resort. The Central Otago region has a colorful history, with signs of the gold rush days still present....
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  • Turner Heights Townhouses

    New Zealand Four blocks from the center of Queenstown, one of New Zealand's most popular resort areas, is Turner Heights Townhouses. Situated on Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by mountains, rivers and valleys,...
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  • The Bishop Selwyn

    New Zealand The Bay of Islands is the finest maritime park in New Zealand, with 144 spectacular islands, secluded bays. The region is home to an abundance of marine life, including marlin, whales, penguins,...
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  • The Countrytime Club

    New Zealand Centrally located, Omarama is a vacation gateway. South, lies the lakes and skifields of Cardrona and Treble Cone. North, lies boating, fishing and lakes of the Waitaki Basin and Lake Ohau Skifield....
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  • The Lakeside Villas

    New Zealand The Lake Taupo region is the perfect base to explore the wonders of New Zealand's thermal area which features thermal valleys, steam geysers, and hot mineral springs. Trout fishing, kayaking,...
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  • WorldMark South Pacific Club by Wyndham Rotorua

    New Zealand Rotorua is in the heartland of New Zealand Maori culture, where you can witness and experience the traditions of this indigenous population. The Maori are believed to have migrated from Polynesia in...
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  • Turangi Leisure Lodge

    Turangi, New Zealand Turangi Leisure Lodge lies in the heart of the lakeside town of Turangi on the south side of deep, trout-rich Lake Taupo. The area has been world famous as an anglerís paradise since Adam was a boy,...
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    New Zealand

    HIGH DEMAND: March - May, October - December
    LOW DEMAND: January - February, June - September

    New Zealand's spectacularly beautiful landscape includes vast mountain chains, steaming volcanoes, sweeping coastlines, deeply indented fiords and lush rainforests.

    Comparable in size and/or shape to Great Britain, Colorado or Japan, New Zealand has a population of only 4 million - making it one of the world's least crowded countries. It is a haven for those seeking peace, rejuvenation and relaxation as well as a playground for thrill seekers and adventurers. A temperate climate with relatively small seasonal variation makes it an ideal year-round holiday destination.

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