New Zealand | Oceania

New Zealand

New Zealand | Oceania

New Zealand is a tiny country that offers a plethora of scenic beauty and a holiday destination that is notable to many. It is made up of two islands, the North Island and the South Island, that does not have a population above 5 million. New Zealand is not an easily approachable island, but it is visited by many tourists every year.

On the west coast of both the islands, we can see the wild beaches and wind sweeps. The eastern side has several beautiful and sheltered beaches, and small islands to explore.

The country has restored its incredible beauty that spellbinds not one but all. It has the most diverse and rich environment on Earth. The beaches and the mountains captivate each one who visits the place once. The glaciers, volcanoes and lakes feature no lesser beauty than the mountains here.

Although New Zealand sees four different types of seasons, but none of it is extremely hot or cold. In other words,the tourists can visit the country any time of the year for a fantastic vacation. The local residents of New Zealand seem to be jovial and friendly rendering extremely pleasant appeal to the people from outside.

The hospitality extended by the people is incomparable that compels people from across the globe to visit New Zealand again and again. Another favorable factor for the tourists is the low crime rate. The rate of criminal activities seems to bother the guests and the tourists in any part of the world.

For a hassle free travel, the crime rate is an important factor to consider. The people who want to visit New Zealand shall assure that their passport is valid for at least three months before they want to leave for their trip.

New Zealand is about a twelve hours journeying from Asia or the US, but is just the double from Europe.

Few Things to do in New Zealand
Auckland is becoming a popular part of the North Island of due to its closeness. A place called Mangawhai, is a lovely resort with great beaches, fishing, surfing and walking trails while Kerikeri is a must visit major town that has great restaurants and some important historical sites. The beaches of the Northland are some of the finest that offers peace and beauty. The Bay of Islands on the other hand has sheer beauty.

The Southern Island is comparatively less populated than the North Island. On the South Island, there is the largest wine area, called as a Marlborough Wine Region. You can take a car on rent to visit the wineries for tasting the world’s popular brands.

The South Island also has the Abel Tasman National Park which is the smallest national park and Aoraki Mount Cook which is the park in the highest mountain. The hiking trail of 53 kilometer coastal walk ranks as one of the best in New Zealand. Apart from the national park, we have the stunning backdrop of Kaikoura mountains that are covered with snow. On the roots of the mountain there are activities like fishing, hiking, kayaking and even bird watching that should not be missed.

The Southern island offers us the scenic Hanmer Springs and Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers. You can enjoy the hot springs at any part of the year. The Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers is the most accessible glacier in the world.


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