New Zealand Tourism Info
New Zealand is full of fun and exciting things to do. You can have a great time if you are looking to see new things, experience new foods, or you are simply looking to rest. Below we will discuss some of the top things to do in New Zealand.
Top things to do in New Zealand Tourism:
1. Auckland Museum.
This beautiful neo-classical temple is capped with a prominent dome that is made of copper and glass. It is quite an impressive structure to look at. It features a huge display of Pacific Island crafts and artifacts that are sure not to be missed. One of the best highlights from this museum has to be the 25m long war canoe that is on display.
2. Waitomo Caves.
The Waitomo Caves are definitely another thing that you must see and experience when you come to New Zealand. There is a reason this activity dominates a lot of New Zealand Tourism. The acoustics of the actual caves are so good that some musicians/Choirs have actually given concerts here. While you are in the cave, your eyes will adjust to the lack of light. Once your eyes fully adjust, you will notice a ton of little lights surrounding you. These lights that you notice are called” glowworms.” The conditions for “glowworms” are perfect within most of these caves. For this reason, you will see tons of them and it looks spectacular.
3. Kawarau Bridge.
The 23Km bridge from Queenstown actually became the world’s first commercial bungee site. It became the first official bungee site in 1988 which allows you to fall 43m in total. This is an excellent activity to participate in if you love extreme sports and adventures. You are sure to have a great time participating in this activity. I spoke to a group that were on a Motorcycle Tour out of Christchurch and they decide to take a side track to have a bungee jump; evidently one of these so called tough biker guys was too scared to take the leap – haha
Kayaking is easily one of the best and most fun activities to participate in when you are in New Zealand. Most of New Zealand’s Tourism is focused on it’s sailing and kayaking. This is for good reason. New Zealand features some of the best waters to compete in water sports and engage in water activities. You can either participate in guided sea tours , or you can venture out alone in the waters. One option is to Kayak Whanganui River with Yeti Tours. They offer guided tours as well as freedom hire adventures. Regardless of whatever you choose, you are sure to have a wonderful time.
5. Te Whakarewarewa.
This hot spring is full of potential fun and relaxation to be had by all. It features over 500 springs that you can enjoy.
As you can see, New Zealand tourism is more than what you have heard. It is full of tons of activities and sights that can satisfy even the most picky tourist.
6. Bay of Islands Fishing.
Certainly a popular excursion is a fishing charter in the Bay of Islands. The authors of this blog have been on one of these trips with the owner Carl. A great guy with a real passion and skill for Snapper, King Fish and Marlin. Although in his industry there are no guarantees; with Carl it is a safe bet!Read More
The Perfect Reason to Travel in New Zealand
This magical and stunning travel destination offers a unique blend of culture, adventure and nature; millions of visitors are drawn to this exquisite country every year. Travel in New Zealand can be enjoyed throughout the year.
During the winter months New Zealand offers snowboarders and skiers, a magnificent plethora of perfect fresh powder snow on the mountain slopes that is enjoyed all season long. The lovely long summer months reveal the best that New Zealand has. The warm days, private bays, sandy beaches and fantastic national parks with unique fauna and flora all come together to deliver a backdrop for a picture-perfect getaway.
A New Zealander’s favorite summer activity is camping in the wonderful outdoors and this pastime has spread to visiting foreign tourists on vacation in the country. Spending a night or two at any one of the top campervan parks in New Zealand has now turned out to be an institution, and one can see why. A traveler can park his campervan well on a beach front, in remote Backcountry locations or if they so wish in the centrally positioned urban surroundings, these camper parks let you really get intimate with nature and is a great way to travel in New Zealand. Additionally, the expense of lodging at one of the campervan parks will only be a tiny proportion of the costs of conventional accommodation options.
There are loads of campgrounds and camper parks dotted all over the country, chances are there is a stunning location with fantastic amenities and facilities waiting to warmly welcome you to an unforgettable stay. Good quality accommodation always positively affects the overall vacation experience. While, a poor night’s rest does the reverse and could ruin the trip, for this reason the establishments that are involved with the National Campervan Park Association operate and follow stringent performance guidelines. This in turn improves overall travel in New Zealand.
They must see iconic destinations to visit throughout the summer include the famous Bay of Islands, which showcases amazing coastal activities and environments. Anything from leisurely strolls along the water’s edge to sailing, they have it all. The spectacular Coromandel is renowned for pristine National Parks and dense forest; you can enjoy the inviting sandy golden beaches and healthy marine reserves. The highly popular Hot Water Beach can be found in this region. Where you can soak up all the healing benefits of a natural hot pool and reflect on your experience of New Zealand.Read More