New Zealand is a beautiful land of contrasts. The North Island is flat, green and densely populated, while the South Island is rugged, mountainous and snowy. The Maori originally called it Etirea, the land of the long white cloud. Globe Trekker traveller Ian Wright starts his journey in Auckland, where the city sky scrapers are home to the most extreme sport in the world. He then heads up the coast to Matauri Bay and the Bay of the Islands. On the South Island he visits Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown, before climbing the amazing Fox Glacier. Along the way...Go punting in Christchurch. Wreck dive the Rainbow Warrior. Attend a Pofari ceremony in a Maori community. Sample a piece of Kiwi madness and do a bit of Zorbing.