Ok, we may be a little bit biased, but we reckon we live in the best country in the world. But it’s not just us that think so – heaps of surveys done around the world constantly rank New Zealand as one of the best places to live.

There’s something about dolphins that we’ve always found pretty magic – we’ve loved their free spirit, playful nature and fun tricks since we were kids! New Zealand’s sheltered coastline, rich in fish stocks, is a favourite playground for dolphins. Have a soft spot for these cheeky creatures?

We reckon New Zealand has got to be one of the best countries in the world for travelling alone. It ranks highly for safety, and it’s an incredibly easy place to get around.

Good old kiwi summer holidays mean endless days of lazy swims, picnics, hokey pokey ice creams and the sand crunching between your toes. And - if you’re lucky – ending the day by sitting on the beach and watching a magic sunset.

As one of the most raw and contrasting landscapes in New Zealand and with three active volcanoes towering above a rugged wonderland of golden tussocks, rushing rivers and shimmering lakes, there are countless reasons to visit Tongariro National Park.