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Exploring New Zealand

New Zealand is a beautiful country that has stunning natural beauty. Visitors that come here can enjoy lakes, rivers, beaches and breathtaking mountains.

New Zealand’s two beach-fringed islands lie 2,000km south-east of Australia in the South Pacific Ocean. The North Island’s cone-shaped mountains and huge Lake Taupo were sculpted by volcanic activity, and bubbling hot mud bursts from geysers at Rotorua. Across Cook Strait from New Zealand’s windy capital Wellington, the South Island is spiked by the mighty Southern Alps and glaciers are on the move on the west coast’s rugged Fiordland. You’ll see magical glades of filigree-leaved tree ferns right across New Zealand, while forests of giant kauri trees reach for the sky in the North Island and ancient beech forests fill the South.


Hotels in New Zealand

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Sightseeing in New Zealand

- Rotorua


Over a million visitors a year descend on Rotorua, a city where the distinct aroma of sulphur gives away its geothermal nature. Established as a spa town, Rotorua has evolved into one of New Zealand’s biggest hot spots, combining vibrant lakes, historic Maori villages and hair-raising extreme sports. To experience an extra buzz, visit during the Rotorua Bike Festival in February, or New Zealand’s only reggae festival, Raggamuffin.


- Christchurch


The city of Christchurch is a marvel of landscaping, creativity and survival. With the shock of two devastating earthquakes in 2010 and 2011, the ‘garden city’ is now more innovative and open than ever before. From the quirky container shops and bars to the ever-tranquil meanders of the River Avon, Christchurch offers travelers a unique experience that no other city can.


Transportation in New Zealand

The practical way in is by air, since it’s not exactly a stone’s throw away from any other nation. Even flights from Australia to New Zealand take 3 hours, and the main gateways by air are in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Queenstown and Dunedin. If you’re taking a transit flight through Australia, do ensure that you have a valid transit visa where applicable.


New Zealand travel guides

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