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Top 10 places to visit in New Zealand

If we talk about visiting New Zealand then good news is that here everything that the adventure seeker could ever want is available. New Zealand has so many outstanding places to visit that it is difficult to choose among them. New Zealand covers the country’s two major islands, known as the North Island and the South Island. To visit top 10 places in New Zealand are:

Fiordland National Park

Fiordland National Park was established in 1952, Fiordland National Park is New Zealand’s largest national park and one of the largest in the world. Fiordland National Park is now over 1.2 million hectares in size, and encompasses mountain, lake, fiord and rainforest environments. The Fiordland National Park, New Zealand region has some of the most extraordinary and dramatic scenery in New Zealand, with deep fiords, steep mountains, raging waterfalls, and lush rain forests. The wildlife in this area include dolphins, seals and birds, species like mice, rats, hare and deer also increases the beauty of this park. Kiwi is also there which is native to New Zealand.

Abel Tasman

Abel Tasman, which is known of Tasman’s early life, is New Zealand’s smallest National Park, located at the top of the South Island. Abel Tasman was established in 1942 Abel Tasman is nowned for its golden beaches, sculptured granite cliffs, and world-famous Abel Tasman Coast Track. Tasman has the sunniest climate together with the best coastal scenery in the country, is a good place to visit at any time of the year.

Queenstown

Queenstown is the home of adventure in New Zealand. Queenstown is located on the shore of beautiful Lake. The Queenstown-Lakes Districthas a land area of 8,704.97 km. The population of Queenstown is about 27,800. Queenstown is considered a centre for adventure tourism. You can enjoy Skiing, jet boating, whitewater rafting, bungy jumping, mountain biking, skateboarding, tramping and fly fishing. There are over 100 restaurants, cafes and souvenir shopping center.

Rotorua 

Rotorua isLocated on a volcanic plateau which covers much of the Central North Island. Rotorua is famous for its volcanic activity. Rotorua is a major destination for both domestic and international tourists. Rotorua is a major center for tourism because of its richness in heritage and culture, the astonishing natural beauty of the landscape and magnificent geothermal experience.

Bay of Islands

The Bay of Islandsis one of the most popular fishing, sailing and tourist destinations in the country. The Bay of Islands isLocated 60 km in north-west of Whangarei, close to the northern tip of the country. The Bay of Islands is an area in the Northland Region of the North Island of New Zealand. In the Bay of Islands, each town has its own norms, culture, traditions and lifestyle. It has been renowned internationally for fishing. In the Bay of Islands you can find perfect peace or thrilling adventure. The amazing beaches, natural beauty and a host of islands make for an idyllic aquatic playground and ultimate retreat.

Mt Cook

Mt Cook in New Zealand is the highest of the country’s 27 mountains over 3000 metres.   Mt Cook sits at the heart of New Zealand’s Alpine country, within the 700 square kilometres of Mt Cook national park. It is called Aoraki by the Maori. Mt Cook is a popular tourist destination. Mt Cook and surrounding area is an alpine park The park offers a wide variety of flowering native plants and unique insect / bird life for keen Naturalists.

Westland National Park

Westland National Parkis located in the South of New Zealand West Coast. It is famous for its 2 glaciers, Franz Joseph Glacier and Fox Glacier. WestlandNational park is covered in an abundant rainforest and is backed by mountains and steep cliffs. Westland National Park also has many activities in which you can involve yourself, such as a walking up one of the glaciers or taking a helicopter ride up to the top of the Southern Alps and back The West Coast is known as the wet side of the alps and is often rainy. It can be hot and humid in summer, so if you are planning a visit, remember to bring a hat sunscreen and sunglasses.

The Tongariro National Park

Tongariro was established in 1887, it is a World Heritage Park and one of the oldest National Parks in the world. Tongariro was the first national park in New Zealand and the fourth in the world. Like the whole of New Zealand, Tongariro National Park is situated in a temperate zone.

Coromandel Peninsula 

This area is blessed with a superb climate and it contains spectacular scenery, beaches with ancient Pohutukawa trees, all types of Coromandel accommodation and activities. This region has beautiful beaches, top cafes, friendly bars and music festivals. Popular activities include wineries, scenic tours and flights, kids fun, fishing, kayaking, the famous Cathedral Cove.

  Kaikoura 

Kaikoura is a small coastal village that has an incredible vista. Kaikourais situated on the East Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. Kaikoura has a large selection of eating places, from restaurants to fish and chip and fast food outlets. Kaikoura is blessed with natural attractions revolving around the ocean and mountains.

 

 

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