New Zealand is a country famous for its natural beauty – mountains and volcanoes, coastline and beaches, lakes, numerous waterfalls, glaciers and simply breathtaking landscapes. If you need inspirations and ideas for your next travel then read our post with 15 reasons to visit New Zealand (part 2 – South Island).
The biggest city in New Zealand – Auckland – is built on a volcanic field and there are approximately 50 volcanoes within the city area. These volcanoes define Auckland’s unique landscape – not only hills and volcanic cones, but also some of the city lakes are of volcanic origin. Here is our top pick of 20+ Volcanoes to see in Auckland.
Karangahake Gorge is a beautiful place to visit on the North Island of New Zealand. Located south of Coromandel Peninsula, Karangahake Gorge region offers some of the best historical trails, former gold mining sites, gorgeous waterfalls and scenic nature walks.
Ever wanted to visit The Shire and see a real village where little Tolkien’s creatures – hobbits – live? Well, you can! As real as it gets The Hobbiton in Middle Earth is open to visitors all year round. Read on everything you need to know about Visiting The Hobbiton in Middle Earth.
During the Covid-19 there are strict border restrictions and rules in New Zealand. People arriving in New Zealand are required to spend at least two weeks in a managed isolation or quarantine facility. Here you can read about managed isolation on arrival in New Zealand by a family who survived it.
North Island of New Zealand is known for its amazing beaches, surfing, small islands, geothermal areas and beautiful nature. If you need inspirations and ideas for your next travel then read our post with 15 reasons to visit New Zealand (part 1 – North Island).