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New Zealand Attractions

New Zealand is a fantastic country that offers lots of different and special experiences. New Zealand is divided into two islands: the North Island and the South Island. On the two islands there are a lot of areas and cities, all of which offer something different and the cities are almost sights in themselves. New Zealand is especially known for its amazing nature and that is also why both The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit have been filmed in the country.

With Kipling Travel you can come to New Zealand up to experience the unforgettable nature, visit the amazing cities of Auckland and Wellington or go trekking in New Zealand’s highest mountain, Mount Cook. New Zealand offers many different experiences. A trip to this country located on the other side of the globe will give you an experience that you will never forget.

Attractions in New Zealand

Auckland

Auckland New Zealand

Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and is located on the North Island. In addition to being New Zealand’s largest city, it is also known for being the most multicultural city in New Zealand. Something very special about Auckland is that the city has an incredible number of volcanoes. If you come to one of the volcano areas, you can get to experience the highest volcano in Auckland called Maungakiekie. From here you can get an absolutely fantastic view of the city.

In addition, you will find in Auckland a very tall building. This is called The Skytower and is taller than the Eiffel Tower. Inside the tower there is both a restaurant and a casino, and you can also get all the way up to the tower, where there is a magnificent view. In addition, the city also has a fascinating aquarium called Kelly Tarlton’s Underwater World & Antarctic Encounter, where you can see a lot of colorful, exotic and beautiful fish.

Abel Tasman National Park

Located between Golden Bay and Tasman Bay, Abel Tasman is a national park in New Zealand. The park is named after the first European to discover New Zealand back in 1642. The park is the smallest national park in New Zealand and has an area of ‚Äč‚Äčabout 225 km2. Despite its size, the park has a lot to offer and is well worth a visit.

In the park you can find beautiful sandy beaches, crystal clear water and many trees. The park can also be experienced in different ways, for example by water taxi or sea kayak. Many animals also come to the park. These include wild boar, marsupials, deer, swallows, herons and other exciting animals.

Kaikoura

Kaikoura is a town located on the east coast of the South Island. The special thing about this town is that it is a really good place if you want to see whales. In addition, you have the opportunity to swim with dolphins in this area. But it is not only these animals that are amazing to see in this area. Storm swallows, penguins and seals can also be lucky to spot.

In addition, there are many mountains in Kaikoura, and it provides a beautiful mountain landscape, which many also choose to go trekking in. In addition, you can also experience culture in the city on the east coast. For example, one can visit the oldest building. This is called Fyffe House and was built in 1842 on the vertebrae of a whale.

Milford Sound

Milford Sound is a fjord located on the south island of New Zealand in the Fiordland National Park. Despite New Zealand’s amazing nature experiences, Milford Sound is something quite special. The fjord runs 15 km inland from the Tasman Sea. In addition, the area is surrounded by high rock walls that are more than 1,200 meters high. On the cliff sides there is rainforest and trees growing everywhere. This is a stark contrast to the completely calm water in the fjord.

The calm water is also visited by both dolphins and seals. In addition, it may be a good idea to wear an umbrella or rainwear when visiting Milford Sound. The area receives very large amounts of precipitation every single year. It also means that an incredible number of smaller waterfalls are created during these periods, and you can therefore see small waterfalls at many of the cliff edges.

Rotorua

Rotorua is a town on the southern coast of the North Island. The city has a population of 53,000 inhabitants and about a third of the inhabitants are native Maori. Therefore, the city also has a lot of cultural experiences to offer. In addition, one can see lots of volcanoes and geysers. Around the city you can also see the very hot mud puddles and hot springs.

The name comes from the Maori. The original name is Te Rotorua-nui-a-Kahumatamomoe. “Roto” means “lake” and “rua” means “two”, which is why the name actually means “the other lake”. The name comes from an old chief finding the lake, which was the second lake he found. On a trip to New Zealand you should not miss Rotorua, which is a fascinating sight and well worth a visit.