What To Expect From Your New Zealand Vacation?

New Zealand is surrounded by the best of natural features and surreal beauty. Innumerable destinations feel otherworldly while the rest boast their endless list of adventure activities and sports. Coves, mountainscapes, glaciers, cities, lakes, rivers, and forests are just some locations tourists can add to their vacation package.

Travelers do not need a guidebook and a map to explore this chunk of land. The experiences roll on by itself. The country has several options arranged for different types of travelers. Accommodations start from a concise yet comfortable bed and breakfast options to extravagant hotels.

New Zealand has an uneven and diverse geography which makes it an excellent option to undertake adventures. Right from hiking to rafting, tourists can challenge themselves. Not to forget, the country offers one of the highest bungee jumping sessions in the world.

Read more to find about exciting destinations this country has in store for you.

1. Queenstown:

Queenstown is considered the adventure capital of New Zealand. It is located in South Island, cached safely amid the snow-capped peaks of the Remarkables and Lake Wakatipu.

This exotic destination is visited by millions of tourists every year. It is the cardinal location to add to your New Zealand vacation package.

There are too many options to explore in this city. Start with Lake Wakatipu. Its calm waters offer tourists a piece of mind and matchless still reflections. If you love photography, then Bob’s Peak is the most “Instagrammable” destination you will ever see. It provides a surreal panoramic view of the cityscape. Milford Sound is a natural feature known for its ethereal views. Tourists can hike its robust cliffs or simply intake its scenic vibes.

Other destinations to check are Skippers Canyon, Queenstown garden, Shotover River,

As far as adventures are considered, Queenstown offers a never-ending amount of activities. Bungee jumping, river rafting, boating, paragliding, mountaineering, skiing, and whatnot! Tourists can indulge in these exciting activities with a serene backdrop the location has to offer. With an experienced crew of guides, these adventures can be easily done by you!

2. Central Otago:

Central Otago is a sunny, green land with age-old mountains, rivers, and orchards. Back in time, it was known for its immense gold reserves. Mining trails, stone quarries, and ancient equipment can be still seen.

But, gold in Central Otago today is the countryside vibe. It is laid-off in nature but welcoming.

This destination is well-known for its wineries. Tourists can enjoy innumerable wine tasting sessions from excellent vineyards, namely Pinot Noir. Vacation packages offer day tours from Alexandra, a dearth of tall trees, and a bridge is known for walking trails to Pinot Noir winery. These tours sum up the purpose well. An adventure in itself!

Tourists can hire motorbikes and cycles, and start their expedition. Much of Central Otago is meant to explore with walking trails, hikes, and biking. This way, people can have a look around the eye-catching points, taste some seasonal dishes, and overall, enjoy the marvelous views of the location.

3. Abel Tasman National Park:

Abel Tasman demands some serious adventures from its tourists. It gives the typical Hawaii vibe for tourists. With a vast shore to relax in, and the beach to dive and explore, Abel Tasman offers tourists a good amount of exposure to the brighter side of life.

Kayaking is the wise option to get closer to this location. Vacation packages offer kayaking adventures to tourists with an introduction to the marine life concentration in the place. Multi-day tours are also provided.

Scuba diving, canyoning, skydiving, and hiking are other adventures tourists can undertake in Abel Tasman National Park.

4. Wellington:

Wellington is the capital of New Zealand. It is small but has much to offer concerning tourism.

It is positioned amidst forest-clad hills, which gives the countryside feel. Known for its cafés, cable car rides, museums, gardens, and artistic structures, Wellington offers so much to explore in so little space.

Vacation packages suggest starting from the city’s historic cable car ride. It has been taking passengers since 1912. This five-minute ride offers a unique view of Wellington. It takes to people through hills and tunnels. No wonder why kids will surely love it!

But the main highlight is the Kelburn Cable Car Museum. It offers huge information about its origin and displays original cable cars used years ago. A halt at the café on top near the museum will be relaxing.

The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is a must-visit when in Wellington. It has a treasure trove of information in store regarding the formation and history of the country, the culture of the Maori people, and other exhibits. It is called "Te Papa" by the locals.

It has the Earthquake House which offers people a simulative experience of an earthquake. There are almost 10 galleries that focus only on the art and culture of the country. The Mana Whenua exhibition researches on the Maori culture, art, and its living.

5. Auckland:

Urban Auckland is for those who crave some noise. It constantly tops the list of the liveliest cities in the world. You cannot compare it with New York and Paris for that matter. But, just know that Auckland will impress you with a stunning attitude.

Auckland has constructed itself upon the remnants of two active volcanoes. It is held by two harbors. This city is diverse concerning ethnicity. Each day is a celebration with various fests, musicals, events, and shows happening in every nook and corner of the city.

Auckland and yachts are synonymous. It offers some cool sailing adventures for tourists. Waitemata is the most preferred for the harbor to sail. Guides offer informative commentary on sailing, yachts, and the history of the harbor.

The Waitomo Glowworm Cave tour is an enthralling experience Auckland has to offer. Exotic limestone caves with glow-worms sparkling in the dark are experiences none will deny to.


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