Our Aotearoa New Zealand Tō tātou whenua - Aotearoa
Lying in the south-west Pacific, New Zealand consists of two main islands - the North Island and the South Island. Stewart Island and many smaller islands lie offshore.
The central North Island is dominated by the Volcanic Plateau, an active volcanic and thermal area. The massive Southern Alps form the backbone of the South Island. About a fifth of the North Island and two-thirds of the South Island are mountains, caused by the collision of tectonic plates.
The dynamic geology and New Zealand's small size provides a variety of awesome landscapes all within easy reach of each other.
While there are currently restrictions, you can find out more about travelling here at newzealand.com