From the coast, the beautiful hills of the Lord of the Rings movie to the top of a snowy mountain, making a visit to this southern hemisphere country exceeds the expectations of your holiday. Here are the places that must be visited when going to New Zealand in 2018.
1. Wellington Harbor
The capital of Wellington is not as popular as a tourist destination in several major cities in New Zealand. Even so, do not make it recede the sinner. This place is perfect for those of you who want to relax and pamper themselves in one of the beachside cafes, or book a cruise to explore the islands around this bay.
2. Lake Taupo
If the calm atmosphere you are looking for during a vacation to New Zealand, head to Lake Taupo, to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors without interruption email notification.
Despite its relatively remote location, the area has plenty of activities for tourists like paddle boarding, or a more relaxed, such as relaxing in the hot springs, Lake Taupo is an excellent place to get back to nature.
3. Auckland Art Gallery
Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand, and one of its most popular destinations. So being free time, stop by the Art Gallery. Contemporary and interactive collections can at least stimulate your creative ideas.
4. Wanaka Lavender Farm
This amazing destination is your senses paradise. In this 10 hectare lavender field, your eyes will be spoiled with beautiful visuals, fragrant scents, plus visitors on this farm can taste ice cream, tea and honey directly. You can also shop for essential oils, soap, and balm the most hunted here.
5. Wintergardens Domain
Located in Auckland, this indoor park is suitable for daytime activities. Glued ceiling glass and yard full of neoclassical statues, Wintergardens offers a feel of New Zealand "European flavor" to its visitors. Nearby, there is the Wintergarden Pavilion where you can sit back while high tea. Make sure your camera battery is full.
6. Tamaki Maori Village Tour
When exploring a new country, it's a good idea to explore areas to get to know the country from a local perspective. Nothing more original than the Maori. You can book a spot to tour Tamaki Maori Village in Rotorua to see New Zealand history, and to participate in their original customs.
7. Wellington Botanic Gardens
This outdoor park stretches with stunning bay views. If lucky concert events are often held in this place, you know. If your adventurous spirit is high, use a bicycle to circle the park or a cable car instead.
8. Fox Glacier
For a different and challenging trip, visit Fox Glacier on the South Island. You can choose between climbing or exploring this ice area and a clear blue waterfall by renting a helicopter. If you are adventurous, you can climb the ice cliff. Not far from there you can find the famous Glowworm cave - which is much more stunning than its name.
9. Skyline Queenstown
For a whole day of fun, ride the luge (go-kart-powered gravity) on the winding road of Skyline Queenstown during the day, and watch the stars at night. There are also paragliding, cultural activities, and restaurants with beautiful panoramas.
10. Onsen Hot Pools
If you need a break after a day of adventure in New Zealand, then Onsen Hot Pools in Queenstown is the perfect place to unwind. The spa offers a pool directly overlooking the lake, massage facilities, even free transport to and from the city - well, you do not have to think about anything else afterwards.