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New Zealand Itinerary

 

New Zealand Itinerary

New Zealand Itinerary

According to millions of travelers who have gone to New Zealand previously, these are the must-sees and must-dos of every visitor to this beautiful country.

Tongariro Crossing offers a spectacular mountain hike on what is popularly called “Mt Doom”. Tongariro Crossing was the first New Zealand world heritage site.

Be sure to take advantage If the weather is right to go and see it.

Hotwater Beach and Cathedral Cove have been voted several times over as the most unique and best beaches in New Zealand.

 

The over a hundred islands of the Bay of Islands is a paradise for boat owners, fishermen, and beach lovers.


Considered by many as the best kept secret of New Zealand, East Cape’s untouched land, remote beaches, and rich Maori culture lend it its own unique charm.

The Waitomo Caves is famous for its underwater rivers, network of dark caves, and glowworms that are in the millions and make it an ideal place for black water rafting.
 

Skydiving over the iconic Lake Taupo is a favorite among visitors since it offers the adrenalin rush of freefall as well as the opportunity to take in one of the most breathtaking scenes in the country.


The biggest geyser in New Zealand, Te Puia is located in the heart of the geothermal xone of Rotorua.


For adventure seekers, the remote lodge of River Valley offers an amazing opportunity to go whitewater rafting.

 

You would be hard put to find another place like this anywhere else.


For a taste of the culture and food of the Maori people, the Tamaki Tours is the best and highly recommended.

 

The City of Wellington is an artistic and culturally rich city with a smattering of cozy bars and restaurants.

 

The great cliffs, cascading waterfalls, and impressive peaks all help to make Milford Sound a great place to see and visit.

Queenstown is the legendary home of the world famous, heart stopping, adrenalin rush Kiwi adventure, the bungee jump. And since this is where it all started, it is considered the best place to indulge in this extreme sport.
 

The South Island’s West Coast is home to humungous glaciers, the famous Pancake Rocks and Poo Pub, rain forests, and rugged coastline.

The Abel Tasman National Park is home to hundreds of golden beaches and gorgeous bays which make it a perfect place to go kayaking.

The town of Kaikoura offers surfing in the morning and skiing in the afternoon as well as whale watching and dolphin swimming.

Canyon swinging in Queenstown is tooted to offer visitors an even greater thrill than the legendary bungee jump.

Regarded as the most magnificent of the West Coast glaciers of New Zealand, the Franz Josef Glacier is the gem of all glaciers. It is the world’s prime glacier environment and offers the unique opportunity for visitors to witness this spectacular natural formation that dates back thousands of years.

Itinerary New Zealand
 

Visitors come across hundreds of great scenic walks anywhere they go in New Zealand. Even those who don’t like to walk will find it hard to resist them.
 

 

  

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