Diving in New Zealand is an exceptional experience well known to the locals and just discovered by the international diver. The country abounds with sub-tropical reefs, wrecks, clear water springs and alpine fiords.
New Zealand lies midway between the equator and the South Pole. Its waters in the north are sub-tropical, and then temperate in the south. Jacques Cousteau loved diving in New Zealand. He rated the Poor Knights as one the top dive sites in the world, and described Fiordland as an under water wonderland.