Auckland Zoo

The Auckland Zoo is calling all visitors to New Zealand who want to see an amazing collection of animals. Certainly among the top attractions in Auckland, the Auckland Zoo is an environmentally-conscious place that is known to be among the most progressive zoos on the planet. It’s certainly among the best zoos found in the…

Rotorua

One of the top destinations for those interested in Maori culture is Rotorua New Zealand. Rotorua is sometimes known as the “Sulfur City”, due its wealth of geothermal areas, and the area is also characterized by 11 main lakes. Hot springs, geysers and mud pools are common in the area, and overall, the setting is…

Lake Taupo

Lake Taupo is the largest freshwater lakes throughout Oceania, It is a crater lake located in the North Island, about 40 km from Mount Ruapehu. Lake Taupo occupies an area of 616 kilo meters. The maximum length of the lake is 46 kilo meters and maximum width is 33 kilo meters. The average depth is…

Queenstown

Queenstown is one of the main objectives of New Zealand visitors and if you come to this area you will understand why. The city is situated on the shores of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu in the range dramatically. Beauty that can make your heart beat waiting in Queenstown. Mountain resort on Lake Wakatipu began life…

Waitomo Caves

The world famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves are one of New Zealand’s top tourist attractions, located just outside the main Waitomo Township, easy to find and within easy reach of all local accommodation options. It is home to the famous Waitomo glowworms, Arachnocampa luminosa, tiny creatures that radiate their luminescent light. Formed over 30 million years…

South Island

The South Island of New Zealand has become one of the most popular tourist destinations due to its various natural attractions — magnificent fjords, splendid beaches, breath-taking glacier-carved mountain ranges, and diverse flora and fauna. South Island is known for its adventure tourism, where the bold and daring can try bungee jumping, glacier climbing, skiing,…

Cook Island

Cook Islands are a group of fifteen small islands lying almost solely in the south of the Pacific Ocean. The only close island to these islands is New Zealand, which the Cook Islands border to its north east side but quiet a distance crossing the prime meridian line to reach the Cook Islands. The Cook…

Sutherland Falls

Sutherland Falls is the most impressive waterfall in New Zealand and with its 580 meters in tree vertical leaps, it is considered as one of the world’s tallest waterfalls. Travelers from the world over who make the extensive trek in the remote south island of New Zealand are rewarded with the breathtaking view of the…

Abel Tasman National Park

Abel Tasman National Park is a national park situated at the northern end of the South Island of New Zealand situated in between of Golden Bay and Tasman Bay. It is named after the first European explorer who spotted New Zealand in the year 1642, Abel Tasman. This is one of the smallest National parks…