8 Places You Must Visit in New Zealand | AIB


Nature makes New Zealand a surreal beauty. It's a country known for amazing natural wonders such as snow - capped mountains, sparkling beaches, coastal glaciers, rain forests, and rivers full of fish. These are some of the treasures that travelers can explore in New Zealand.

Visitors can witness the rise of landscapes in ponds hissing and bubbling mud springs. With its dramatic topography, New Zealand is ideal for extreme sports. Rafting, luging, jet boat, heli-skiing, parachuting and mountain biking are part of outdoor adventures.

The country is home for the highest bungee jumps in the world. Strategically, tourism in New Zealand is a delight. Self-holidays are popular. The various accommodations ranging from quaint inns, lodges, and eco-lodges some of the most luxurious hotels in the world.

1. Fiordland National Park and Milford Sound, South Island


Glaciers carved this dramatic landscape carving the famous fjords of Milford, Dusky and Doubtful Sound. Visitors here can explore waterfalls, islands, virgin forests, vast lakes and rugged mountain peaks. It 's no wonder that the park is a haven for hikers with some of the best rides in the country, including the famous Milford Track.

Sea Traveling is a popular way to explore the fjords. Visitors can also enjoy a flight over the park for a bird 's eye.

2. Bay of Islands, North Island


It is one of the most prominent destinations for tourism in New Zealand. More than 144 islands dotting the bay making it a paradise for sailing and yacht. Penguins, dolphins, whales, and billfish live in these fertile waters. Also, the region is a popular sports fishing.

Visitors can travel along the coast, walking the many trails on the island, sunbathe, meet Cape Brett and the popular rock formation called Hole in the Rock, and explore the subtropical forests where they grow trees Kauri. 

3. Queenstown, South Island


Visitors can traverse the stunning Alpine scenery on the excellent network of trails. It has first - class hotels, spas, restaurants, galleries, and shops. It is also a great base for trips to the central region of Otago. Here visitors can explore gold mining towns. And see the landscape of Middle - earth of the popular films "The Lord of the Rings."

It is one of the perfect places for visitors who like adventure sports; it has a lot of offers like Bungee jumping, jet boat, rafting, paragliding, rock climbing, mountain biking and downhill skiing.

4. Lake Taupo and Tongariro National Park, North Island


In the heart of the North Island, is located on Lake Taupo, Lake largest in New Zealand. And a few kilometers from the Tongariro National Park is World Heritage. That is due to its spectacular volcanic features and its importance to the culture Maori.

In 1887, the Maori chief Te Heuheu Tukino IV gave the volcanic peaks of Tongariro, Ngauruhoe, and part of Ruapehu the people of New Zealand to preserve this sacred land. It is one of the national parks oldest in the world and is an area of dramatic beauty. It has towering volcanoes, turquoise lakes, arid plateaus, alpine meadows and hot springs.

5. Rotorua, North Island


In the tumultuous ring of fire, Rotorua is one of the most active geothermal regions of the world. Boiling mud pools, geysers, volcanic craters and hot springs. They show the forces that gave rise to much of the dramatic topography of New Zealand.

Adventure seekers will also find loads of things to do. Luging and mountain biking are some of the activities suggested. Trout fishing is also famous, and Rotorua is the gateway to the ski fields of Mount. Ruapehu, near Wai-O-Tapu, is also a popular attraction with colorful hot springs. And the famous pool Champagne and Geyser Lady Knox. Certainly an extraordinary place for sightseeing in New Zealand.

6. Abel Tasman National Park and Abel Tasman Coastal Trail, South Island


Abel Tasman coastal road in the national park of the same name is one of the great walks in New Zealand. Along with bright Tasman Bay from Marahau to the point of separation, hikers can snorkel in the coves. You can see seals, dolphins, penguins and a variety of birds; Walk through boreal forests, And enjoy panoramic views of the coastal cliffs.

The walk takes about three days, and the accommodation ranges from camping and rustic cabins to luxurious private lodges. Sea traveling is also a popular way to explore this beautiful coastline.

7. Monte Cook National Park, South Island


At the heart of the Southern Alps, the highest peak in New Zealand rise above the landscapes of Aoraki National Park; it is also called Monte Cook National Park. More than 40 percent of the park has covered with glaciers. 

Nature fanatics will enjoy the diversity of flora and fauna with over 300 species of alpine plants and 40 species of birds. Mount Cook Village is an ideal base for exploring the park and organize activities such as flights, skiing, heli-skiing, hunting, hiking and stargazing base.

8. Auckland, North Island


Beaches of white and black sand, rainforest trails, picturesque coves, islands and volcanoes surroundings in the city is a perfect base for excursions and adventures in the wilderness. Auckland is also called the city of sails.

It is also home to top class restaurants and a vibrant arts scene. In addition to a renovated water-front district filled with boutiques and restaurants. Not everything is nature when it comes to sightseeing in New Zealand. This city is perfect for a cosmopolitan experience.

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