Why New Zealand As A Holiday Destination?

Have you ever thought of New Zealand as a holiday destination?

The flight time in the UK is about 24 hours, which may seem intimidating, but once you arrive in New Zealand for a wide range of activities, attractions and accommodation on offer you will not regret the time spent in the air. If you have time, organizing a stopover in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong can break the journey and add another exciting element to your vacation.

New Zealand is in the South Pacific Ocean and consists of two islands, the North Island and the South Island. The time varies be mostly sub-tropical weather in the North Island to temperate in the South Island. In winter, it can be very wet and cold, but it is excellent skiing and winter sports in the mountains, with Queenstown being the main center.

There is a wide range of accommodation available in New Zealand. This will better quality hotels to self-catering cabins and backpacker. A ferry you and your vehicle from the North Island to Wellington and Picton in the South Island to take. New Zealand was colonized by Polynesian Maori there are about 1200 years, and the first European to reach New Zealand was probably the Dutch explorer Abel Tasman in 1640 in New Zealand was rediscovered by Captain Cook in the eighteenth century and European settlers began arriving. If you are interested to learn about Maori culture, there are many Maori cultural centers of New Zealand, the Treaty of Waitangi overlooking the Bay of Islands on the North Island to the Tamaki Maori Village in Rotorua and Christchurch.

If you like outdoor activities you have a myriad of choices. There are many miles of trails offer good hiking and camping. Or if you prefer to be on the water kayaking, sailing, rafting, water skiing and windsurfing. If you really like to get the adrenaline, Queenstown is home to the original bungy jump, AJ Hackett, and you can dive headlong into a river canyon or fall on the side of a cliff. To keep the heart rate, there is also jet boating, skydiving, quad biking and Zorb globe riding!

New Zealand also has a lot to offer nature lovers. There are many opportunities in centers such as Pahia and Kaikoura to go whale and dolphin watching. Dunedin offers tours to the only breeding colony of mainland Royal Albatross, and there are many places on the coast where you can spot colonies of penguins and seals. Visit the Southern Encounter Aquarium and Kiwi Experience in Christchurch, Queenstown Kiwi Birdlife Park and Mount Bruce National Wildlife Centre. There are also several zoos in New Zealand; . Hamilton Zoo, Orana Wildlife Park in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland Zoo Zoo New Zealand is also a paradise for fishing; with many opportunities for fresh water and sea fisheries.

New Zealand is a very volcanic activity and there are many geothermal parks and hot springs to enjoy. Even on a cold winter day, enjoy a wallow in a deliciously warm hot pool, heated naturally, perhaps followed by a massage treatment or beauty of others?

Agriculture is a mainstay of the economy of New Zealand and there are many opportunities to enjoy the farm experiences or farm stays where you can see the farm in action and see sheep shearing and other agricultural activities. New Zealand is also famous for its wine; and the main wine producing regions there are many wine tasting tours where you can taste the wine and buy those that have benefited.

There are many unique experiences that only New Zealand has to offer. Go rafting black water through the caves of Waitomo or enjoy a smoother ride through the magical caves, sparkling glow worm.

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