It’s one of the most beautiful countries in the world and every year nearly 200,000 British tourists head to New Zealand to experience the scenery, adventure sports, beaches, Maori culture and vineyards, amongst a host of other attractions.
The small island nation is also a sporting powerhouse, with their greatest triumph their Rugby World Cup win in 2011 which they also hosted.
Thousands of Brits flocked to New Zealand for the tournament and next year thousands more are expected to head there for the ICC Cricket World Cup, which starts in February.
Cricketing legend Sir Richard Hadlee has plenty of insider knowledge on the grounds and cities that will be hosting our boys next year, as well as the support and hospitality they and the fans can expect from the Kiwi locals.
Watch the video where Sir Richard talks about the ICC Cricket World Cup while, Danielle Genty-Nott from Tourism New Zealand gives her top tips on what to do and where to go if you’re planning on making the trip for the next major international sporting tournament, or just to experience the country for the trip of a lifetime.