Super Luxury

Below are a few examples of super-luxurious accommodations that our clients have frequented. These are amongst the most exclusive destinations in the southern hemisphere, and will provide a standard of hospitality that caters to the most discerning travelers.

By using one of our experts at The Best of New Zealand to plan your trip you are tapping into many years of working relationships and obtaining a well thought-out and comprehensive golf itinerary. Organizing transportation, golf, dining or touring... our team will find the most efficient use of your time and allow you to get more out of your golfing vacation.

Huka Lodge

Long considered one of the top destinations in the world, this iconic luxury lodge located in the heart of the North Island

The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs

Named to Travel and Leisure's World Best 2017 this 6000 acre working farm near Matauri Bay has sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean

Blanket Bay

Located outside of Queenstown and on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, Blanket Bay is consistently voted one of the world’s best Lodges by prestigious media and organizations 

Matakauri

Spectacularly located on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, Matakauri Lodge looks out to a mesmerizing panorama of the big three; The Remarkables, Cecil and Walter Peak.

The Lodge at Kinloch

Designed by Andrew Patterson this stunning Lake Taupo location is amongst the newest luxury properties in New Zealand and located next to the famed Nicklaus designed course

The Farm at Cape Kidnappers

This gorgeous Hawkes Bay location is both among the best in class for amenities and golf via its Tom Doak designed cliff-side course

Customer reviews

Highlights Of The Trip: Getting off the plane in Queenstown – overwhelmed with the beauty. The boat ride in Queenstown to experience the expansiveness.

The drive from Queenstown to Franz Joseph - the mountains and glacier lakes that went on forever. Our lunch spot that day at a campsite on a lake. Abel Tasman: this is where I want to return and spend a week to hike the entire trail. Spent the day biking in Napier to wineries.

—Mary Jean Seyda, Chapel Hill, NC

It was a trip of a lifetime with truly unique beauty not found anywhere else. A New Zealand trip requires a specialist who knows the lay of the land the unique challenges of traveling and sight-seeing there.

The country looks a lot smaller than it really is, and travel times are longer than one can assume.

The route chosen by Cristina helped us maximize our time there. I’m usually a do it yourself traveler, but for this trip I’m sure glad I had Cristina at Best of New Zealand.

—Dawn Paling, Highland Ranch, CO