Where We've Been Featured:

Throughout our careers we've been featured in a variety of places across all different types of media. Below you can find a selection of the different people and places that have featured something about us.

The Telegraph Travel:

A trip we organised for Jenny Agutter featured on the front page of The Telegraph Travel in January 2018.  Click on the link below to read the article.

In July 2017 we helped Telegraph journalist Richards Madden visit some of New Zealand's most remote and beautiful places.  Read his article below.

The Telegraph have also featured a spotlight article on New Zealand as a holiday destination and, naturally, we were featured as part of this. You can read the full piece at the link below:

The Independent

The Independent quoted Paul Carberry, New Zealand In Depth's founder, in an article on a proposesd "Tourism Tax".

The Financial Times

In January 2016 we helped FT journalist Mark Jones visit New Zealand's Luxury Lodges.  Click on the link below to view a pdf of his article:

Adventure Travel Magazine:

Adventure Travel Magazine ran a special feature on mountain biking in different parts of the world. When it came time for them to cover mountain biking in New Zealand, we were the natural choice of New Zealand experts to advise them. We were featured in the July/August 2014 issue.


Wanderlust Travel Magazine:

In December 2015 were approached by Wanderlust Travel Magazine to work together to gather location ideas for an exceptional self-drive holiday across New Zealand. You can read both Wanderlust's article and our own blog at the links below:

My Lifestyle Magainze:

My Lifestyle Magainze liked our "Predator Free NZ" and "Retreat Without Roads" itineraries so much they ran both of them!  Click on the link below to read the article:

TTG Luxury:

TTG Luxury's Winter 2014 issue features a highlight piece on our 'Luxury Travel with a Conscience' packages, all of which provide amazing opportunities to travel to New Zealand on a holiday that supports eco-friendly projects.


The fine folks at Goodtrippers were kind enough to feature us in both their newsletter and their blog, once again celebrated our 'Luxury Travel with a Conscience' New Zealand holiday packages. You click below to read both pieces:

The Cheshire Magazine:

We were happy to be featured in the July 2015 issues of The Cheshire Magazine. Taking pride of place at the start of their 'Travel' section with a five-page spread focusing on how New Zealand is more than a 'Once In A Lifetime' destination.

New Zealand In Depth as featured in The Cheshire Magazine

OK! Magazine:

To coincide with the release of the final Hobbit film, OK! Magazine featured a travel spotlight on New Zealand as a holiday destination. We were there first recommendation when it came to putting together tailor-made holiday experiences for their readers. Click the image below to read the article itself:


British Association Magazine:

The British Association Magazine ran a feature focusing on Queenstown, New Zealand and it's diverse range of attractions. Once again, we were the magazine's first choice to provide their readers with tailor made New Zealand holiday experiences. Click below to read the piece in full:


Health & Fitness Magazine:

Health & Fitness magazine put together a special feature that focused on the Aro Ha beauty spa as their 'Spa of the Month'. Given our status as New Zealand holiday experts, we were happy to reccommend a Wellness Adventure retreat for the magazine's feature. You can click below to read the piece in full:

New Zealand In Depth as featured in Health & Fitness Magazine

Cycling in New Zealand with Health & Fitness Magazine:

We booked H&F's art director, Lucy Pinto, with an unforgettable cycling holiday. The journey took her all the way from Mount Cook to Friendly Bay in North Otago. You can read Lucy's piece in full by clicking the image below:


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