New Zealand is one of the most beautiful and natural country. New Zealand or Maori calls New Zealand Aotearoa, meaning “the land of white clouds” or Niu Tireni, which translates from English. It is a country consisting of two major islands, including a number of small islands in the Pacific Ocean. Southwest – New Zealand has a capital city named Wellington.
New Zealand is one of the most remote countries in the world. The nearest country is Australia. It is located 2,000 km north-west of the island, with the middle of the Tasman Sea. The only land in the south is Antarctica. And north is New Caledonia, Fiji and Tongan.
21 Place to visit in New Zealand
1. Mount Eden Village in the North Island
Mount Eden is the highest peak in New Zealand, with a height of 196 meters, a point created to attract tourists to visit. Because of the beautiful scenery, the weather is cool even in the summer. At the top of the hill, you can see volcanic pits that have been muddy. Plenty of green grass. Just leave the hole wide. The only sign of the crater’s mouth. The large hole is called “Tiakina Tenei Maunga Tapu”, which covers the surface of the hole. Visit the Mount Eden. Volcanic eruption Overlooking the city of Auckland.
2. Huka falls in the Waikato
Huka Falls is the largest blue waterfall in the Waikato River near Taupo, on the North Island of New Zealand. If you have a view. Waterfall this area. Will hear you The waterfall is very loud. And get cold water. Nice environment . This waterfall is another place to shoot the orange flower. In this area, there are exciting activities such as jet boat boating. Bungee jumping is a popular activity for tourists arriving in New Zealand.
3. Matamata Town in the North Island
Matamata Village is small farming village. Rural areas in Vigato It is located on the North Island of New Zealand. With a population of about 12,000, located near a thriving agricultural area. It is well known that there are purebred horses. Tamata is a part of Tamata-Pago District, which is a district council in the rural areas of Marang and Te Aro. Make a village of the Hobbit. There are long green meadows. Beautiful nature, very good weather.
4. Hobbitton Farm in Matamata
This farm was originally the farm of the Alexander family. Located in a flat area outside of Matamata, no one paid attention. In 1998, the town of Sir Peter Jackson searched the location of the movie The Lord of the Ring until he found the farm. The perennial pine trees are prominent in the foreground of the peaceful settlement. It is very similar to the shire that was described in the book without distortion. This place became the backdrop of the Hobbiton Village. And became a popular attraction immediately after the movie.
Matamata is home of the Hobbiton Movie Set, is a small agricultural town in the heart of the Waikato region, nestled at the base of the Kaimai ranges. It is about a 2 hour drive from Auckland and you can also find other nearby places and estimated travel times below: From Hamilton: A 45-minute drive.
5. Auckland City
Auckland City is located in the north of New Zealand’s island. It is the largest and most modern city on the Pacific Ocean. Surrounded by more than 50 islands with a population of about 9 hundred thousand people and is an important city for trade, education and finance of New Zealand. There is also a beautiful harbor pier. There are also major attractions in Auckland such as Downtown, Downtown, Queen Street, Oakland Domain, Oakland Museum.
6. Auckland Harbour Bridge
Harbor Bridge is bridge over the beautiful bay. Park Domain Park & Gardens It connects Central Auckland and North Auckland. To cross the Bay of Manukau with a length of 1,020 meters, completed in 1969. This bridge is a symbol of the city of Auckland. Photo taken with Harbor Bridge Bridge.
7. Queens Street in Auckland
Queens street is the main street of the city of Auckland is called the “Golden Miles of the Stars District” or “The Town Center” which is on both sides of Queen Street. From Queen Elizabeth Square opposite the Bay Ferry Terminal. To Aotea Square. And Aotei Center And nearby streets Queens Street District offers shops, restaurants, duty-free shops. First class hotel, including office, office on Key Street. Free shopping at Queens Street. Sources of various products and tax-free shops.
8. Auckland Sky City
Auckland Sky City or Sky Tower is 328 meters high, symbolizing the elegance of Auckland Sky Tower is the tallest building in the southern hemisphere. Opened in August 1997. At the top of the tower, you can see the scenery around Auckland is more than 80 kilometers wide. Is part of Sky City Complex There are 24-hour casinos, restaurants, bars, cafes, and hotels.
9. Christchurch City in the South Island
Christchurch City in the South Island, New Zealand isthe city that directly influenced by England. It is the largest and oldest city of the South Island. New Zealand The Avon River flows through the city, creating spectacular scenery. The road is beautiful. And beautiful flower garden throughout the city. It has been called the Garden City of the World, making it a city of pure and close to nature. There are many beautiful attractions in the city, such as Victoria Square, Kiyi House, Cathedal Cathedral, Mount Kashmir to see the city of Christchurch.
10. Ashburton Town in the South Island
Ashburton Town in the South Island, New Zealand. South Island’s major agricultural product trading center New Zealand Throughout the vast agricultural plains, the name “Canterbury” is the third largest, after the towns of Timaru and Kutch. Most of the sheep or goat farm is a source of sheep and wool products and skincare products, supplements and other souvenirs.
11. Sheepdog Memorial
Sheepdog Memorial created in bronze color since 1968. To commend the good that helped the villagers have eaten to this day. The New Zealander It is a country that is engaged in trade. Whether it’s sheep wool, lambs, sheep, there is a major help is the shepherd dog.
12. Lake Tekapo Sheep Dog
Sheepdog Statue at Lake Tekapo, New Zealand. Lake Tekapo is a famous lake. It is one of the most beautiful lakes in New Zealand. The total area is about 83 square kilometers. What makes this lake a tourist destination. Due to the color of the turquoise water of the lake. It is caused by the melting of ice on the South Alps, which eroded rocks rich in minerals before flowing into the lake. And when the sun falls on the water. These solutions reflect light in a beautiful turquoise color.
13. Waitomo Glowworm Caves
Waitomo Glowworm Caves or glowing worm cave is the only cave in the world that can see the stars in the world. This is one of New Zealand’s most popular caves. And there are non-worm glow worms. But the larvae of small insects. Mosquito-like The light from the body to lure the victim to fly. This glow worm resembles the light reflected from the bush. At night, larvae of glowing worms will release sticky mucus. Come down the line from the cave ceiling. Look like a group of fine silk. Which has been for more than 100 years.
14. Waitomo Caves
Waitomo Caves is the world’s most famous cave. Waitomo Caves is the only cave in the world. It is one of the most popular caves in New Zealand. This cave is not only unique to caves. It also includes the inhabitants of this cave is another is a glow worm.
15. New Zealand Maori folk dance
Indigenous dance or Hawaiian dance show of wild people. The ‘Maori’, who have been based in New Zealand for 2,000 years, are yellow-skinned Polynesians who migrated from Asia. Before the British, who were the first to emigrate to New Zealand. Enjoy Watch the dance show with a blackjack. Be ready With a variety of dance moves. And complete in each set. Exciting and fun.
16. Maori Cultural Center
Maori Cultural Center is a cultural center and training center of the Maori crafts such as wood carving. Weaving Watch the hot springs, mud pools, boiling wonders of geothermal energy. Plunging from the ground and natural minerals from the heat of the ground in this area inside the center, there are Maori people demonstrating wood carving and wicker to watch. There are museums, outdoor homes, antique houses and antique boats. There is a Maori dance show and sing to enjoy listening to each other as well.
17. Paradise Spring
Rainbow Springs or Paradise Springs is a center for conservation and breeding of wild fish. In the winter of each year there will be tens of thousands of fish. The swimmer comes from Lake Rotorua to spawn here. The center is also a wildlife sanctuary near the rare and rare species of New Zealand such as turtles, emu, kiwi and many other animals. There is also a silver fern, a symbol of New Zealand. Including plants, plants and animals can be found in New Zealand as well.
18. Taupo Town
Taupo is the capital of trout fishing in the world. True or not, the size of trout It is the best proof. (The trout here is really big.) In late April every year. There will be a trout fishing competition. There are fishermen from around the world to participate in the craft. Taupo is one of New Zealand’s most popular holiday destinations. Located on Lake Taupo. The largest freshwater lake in New Zealand The result of the volcanic eruption. The volcanic eruption lasted about 2,000 years ago.
19. Agrodome farm in Rotorua
Agrodome Dome is large sheep farm in Rotorua. It is a tourist attraction. By visiting the tour around the farm. This is a perfect and natural farm. About 10 kilometers from Rotorua town, see the performances of various sheep. Walking on the stage to watch. And show the ability of species. Feel the love of feeding the little sheep. Impressed with watching a sheep shearing demonstration.
20. Pukaki Lake
Lake Pukaki is the largest of three roughly parallel alpine lakes running north-south along the northern edge of the Mackenzie Basin on New Zealand’s South Island. The lake is a beautiful painting as one of New Zealand’s so-called Million Dollar View, similar to the sea of Capoeira. The water is melting from the iceberg during the sun, the water is turquoise. But the sun is not milk. Looking to the mountains See clouds or mist floating down very romantic, especially in the winter, there is steam over the water. Misty floats against the ridge.
21. Twin Screw Steamer Earnslaw of Lake Wakatipu
It has been shipping since 1912 by Edwardian vintage twin screw steamer plying the waters of Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand. It is the only one left of the era when mining prospered. Older than almost a hundred years. The model is a steamer. The use of steam power from coal. A 500-horsepower twin engine in a boat decorated with wood and brass. One of the few remaining passenger ships in the southern hemisphere, still using coal power and open for tourists to visit.