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New Zealand??s awesome landscapes, lush forests, amazing wildlife and pleasant climate make it a haven for many outdoor activities, and a great place to unwind. New Zealand society is diverse, sophisticated, and multicultural, and the honesty, friendliness, and openness of Kiwis will impress you. And the great advantage of New Zealand is that all of its diverse physical, cultural, and artistic landscapes are so close to each other! Natural Environment With vast open spaces filled with stunning rugged landscapes, gorgeous beaches, often spectacular geothermal and volcanic activity, a te......
Auckland is New Zealand??s largest city with a population of 1.4 million people. The landscape is dominated by volcanic hills but it is the twin harbours and scattering of bays, beaches and islands that define travelling in Auckland as a water-lover??s utopia, and one of the top New Zealand travel destinations. A fusion of four major areas - Auckland central, Manukau, North Shore and Waitakere cities ¨C which make up a vibrant, exciting metropolis with a highly sophisticated urban culture. Auckland has attractions that appeal to all ages - Kelly Tarlton's Antarctic Encounter &am......
You could come to New Zealand for a hundred holidays and have a totally different experience each time. From Fiordland to Spirit's Bay, the country presents a huge variety of landscapes. On top of that, New Zealand is rich in cultures and multiracial, ranging from Pacific Islanders, Maori, Asian, European to Kiwi. New Zealand has many different faces and can evoke many different feelings. To make it easier for you to find the places that you are interested in the most, we??ve chosen Rotorua to get you started. . Rotorua Rotorua's reputation as the ??natural spa destin......
On the east coast of Northland a length of sand and rock coastline circles a sea pierced by 150 islands. Discovered by legendary Maori navigator Kupe, visited by Captain Cook in 1769, home to the Nga Puhi tribe (iwi) of Maori, the Bay of Islands is a truly remarkable area.    The Bay of Islands natural beauty is a sight to behold and is one of the most beautiful New Zealand travel destinations.  This aquatic playground, lavishly furnished with 144 islands and a myriad of secluded beaches, keeps visitors entertained for days.   Every bay, shore and cove has a story......
From a gold-mining camp in the 1860s, Queenstown has transformed into New Zealand??s premier alpine resort.  If you??re seeking action adventure sports, Queenstown offers bungy jumping, jetboating, tramping, mountain biking, snow sports ¨C even a simulated rocket launch.  For more leisurely pursuits there are wine trails, golf, cruises, fishing, fine dining - or simply people watching along the banks of the picturesque Lake Wakatipu.  The town??s compact central hub, with over 140 bars and restaurants, keeps the nightlife humming. Queenstown The first people to discov......
Wet or fine Milford is incredibly grand.  Mitre Peak magnetises photographers, and the fiord??s precipitous cliffs excite both admiration and apprehension. Milford is by far the best known of all of the fiords and the only one that can be accessed by road.  It is approximately 16km from the head of the fiord to the Tasman Sea, which means visitors can comfortably travel the length of the fiord to open ocean and return on one of the many cruise options available in 1½ to 2 hours cruising time. Underwater World Another unique feature of the Milford Sound environm......
Wellington, New Zealand??s capital city, is nestled between a beautiful harbour and forested hills.  Wellington is home to national treasures, galleries, museums, boutique shopping, a superb caf¨? and restaurant culture - and great nightlife.  Wellington is compact and easy to navigate on foot.  It combines the sophistication of an international city, with stunning wildlife and nature attractions on its doorstep. A capital place for culture Wellington, known as New Zealand??s arts and culture capital, offers an unmatched blend of culture, heritage, fine food, and ......
The North Island offers huge variety through both surf and swimming beaches, ski fields, walking tracks and the two largest cities in the country.  All of this is within easy driving distance meaning the North Island allows you to tick many items off your ?°to do?± list in quick succession. Wellington (the capital) and Auckland are the two largest cities, and both offer a great night life and quality restaurants.  Auckland is the largest pacific city in the world and displays an eclectic mix of cultures and beliefs.  The golden beaches of the Hauraki Gulf (just off the c......
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