Life in New Zealand


A. World’s Second Safest Country to live (2017 Global Peace Index)

B. World’s second most desirable place for families (HSBC’s 2015 Expat Explorer survey). One family-critical topic of the survey covered was ‘healthcare’, where our system was rated as the best in the world. 76% of expat parents living in New Zealand felt that their “offspring are more healthy living in New Zealand Young people have easy access to sports and the outdoors, space and freedom to ride horses, to run along open beaches, to swim in clean water, to walk through native forests, and to truly experience the beauty of nature.

C. Low population density. Although it is around the size of Japan, New Zealand’s population is just over four million, making it one of the world’s least populated countries. It is never easier to lose the crowds and have the wide open spaces to yourself!

D. Least corrupt country in the world (Transparency International’s 2017 Corruption Perception Index). This means all the tax comes back to serve the people living in New Zealand, including you!

E. Most peaceful country in the world


Temperate, with four distinct seasons. our climate stays away from the extremes.. No Australian summer heat (40 degree), no Canada north pole winter (-40 degree), no UK foggy and gloomy days. Perfect for your outdoorsy lifestyle!


Every day is a travel day! How about that?

So, what can you expect?
Well, if you’ve seen The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, The Narnia  Chronicles or The Piano, you’ll have an idea: soaring mountain peaks, mysterious lakes and rivers, dramatic volcanic plateaus, vast open plains, winding rivers, thermal wonderlands, fiords, native forests, glaciers, miles of farmland and even more miles of glorious coastline with gorgeous sandy beaches. It’s not just the range of beautiful scenery to see – it’s the different ways you can experience it: by car, on foot, by boat, on horseback, by helicopter, by rail, by rubber raft.
Here are some other facts that might amaze you:

A. NZ was voted the world’s best country in 2007 and 2008 by Wanderlust magazine.

B. 30% of the country is forest and protected national parks. Only 5% of NZ’s population is human – the rest are animals. Be ready to spend your whole life exploring the nature in NZ!

C. In 2008, TripAdvisor named Milford Sound the world’s top travel destination, based on an international survey

D. Over 90% of migrants find our scenery exceeds or meets their expectations, according to a recent Immigration New Zealand survey



This means you are safe in our territory!


Christchurch is

Located on the east coast of the South Island, Christchurch is a city of contrasts

With a population of approximately 402,000, Christchurch City is the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand. Christchurch City is known as the “Garden City” because of its many beautiful parks, gardens and tree-lined streets. It provides easy access to some of New Zealand’s most spectacular forests and mountain activities such as hiking, skiing and boating.

The official Māori name for the city is Otautahi.

Christchurch is also known as ‘the gateway to Antarctica’


auckland-beaches2With a population of about 1.4 million Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city, offering everything that is required for an unforgettable international study experience. The city is surrounded by beautiful and unspoilt beaches, islands and many native forests, and offers a cosmopolitan lifestyle, while maintaining a clean natural environment. Auckland, the gateway to New Zealand, is also known as the “City of Sails” and is situated between two natural harbours.