New Zealand is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. The country is often compared to England, because of its beautiful rolling hills and green grass that is similar to the British countryside. New Zealand has so many things to do and see, it is unlikely you’ll be able to do everything the country has to offer in one trip.
From being surrounded by spectacular wildlife to spending some alone time in the mountains, you can truly go on an adventure when visiting New Zealand. You can enjoy exploring the natural wonders available in the country. If you’re a big fan of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, you can visit many of the locations of the films sets, including Mount Doom located in Tongariro National Park.
For the adrenaline junkies out there, New Zealand is home to some amazing sites for sports, water activities, and long hikes. Go bungee jumping, kayaking, scuba diving and more when you visit.
Aside from the views and adventures available to enjoy in New Zealand, the friendly locals and rich heritage of the country is worth learning about and getting involved with during your visit. Many of us know that the Maori come from New Zealand. Famous for their unique tattoos and the Haka dance, the Maori mostly live in Rotorua, meaning this is a great place to learn more about the culture and see a traditional Haka for yourself.
To view some of the most beautiful scenes in New Zealand, we would recommend going to Fjordland National Park to Milford Sound to feast your eyes on the stunning rock faces, mountains and waterfalls. There are so many ways to travel New Zealand, but one of the most popular is to hire a campervan and explore when you want, how you want.
The official languages in New Zealand are English and Maori. Also, don’t forget to change your currency into New Zealand Dollars before you travel.
No matter your plans whilst you are in New Zealand, it is important that you take out travel insurance to protect yourself against many unforeseen eventualities.
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