Your choice of transport will depend on how quickly you want to get from A to B. Use our travel calculator to work out travel times and distances.
For travel between New Zealand's islands, hop on a plane or ferry. Daily flights are available between domestic airports. Several passenger and vehicle ferries offer services between the North, South and other islands.
Driving holidays in New Zealand are a Kiwi tradition embraced by many visitors.
New Zealand rail travel is an exercise in relaxation. The main reason to choose a train journey? Spectacular scenery you simply can't see from the road.
Car rental is favoured by visitors wanting to self-drive in New Zealand. There's loads of choice and a wide range of vehicles available to suit any budget.
Opportunities for water travel are almost everywhere in New Zealand. Ferries and water taxis can get you from A to B, or simply take you on a joy ride.
Bus and coach transport is ideal if you prefer to make your way around New Zealand without the hassle of self-driving. Sit back, relax and enjoy the views!
Motorhomes or campervans - whatever you call them - there is no doubt that they are the ultimate accommodation choice for flexibility on a driving holiday.
If you were born to be wild, and prefer a little more grunt than pedal power, rent a motorcycle and cruise New Zealand’s famously scenic roads.
Flights in New Zealand are both easy to organise and very affordable, making air transport a popular choice for travel around the country.
Finding your way around New Zealand is so much easier when somebody else does it for you. With a custom transfer, you can sit back and enjoy the view.
What should you know before driving in New Zealand?
We strongly advise travellers against hitch-hiking In New Zealand.