A country in the south-western Pacific Ocean, New Zealand consists of two large islands – the North Island and the South Island, besides numerous smaller islands like Stewart Island/Rakiura and the Chatham Islands. A country of rare seismic beauty, New Zealand is a tourist destination par excellence that offers a multitude of tourist attractions and activities for fun-filled New Zealand Tours.
New Zealand boasts of an interesting geographic isolation, whereby the Tasman Sea separates it from Australia to the northwest. A Tour to New Zealand will introduce you to the exhilarating natural splendor of the glacial mountains, meandering rivers, crystal-clear lakes, hissing geysers and boiling mud. The country also abounds in native forests, endless, deserted beaches and a rich and diverse fauna, like the kiwi, found in its shores only.
New Zealand Tours will offer many an opportunity to indulge in your favorite activity, whether it’s experiencing the great Milford Sound on a Red Boat Cruise, watching the amazing whales of Kaikoura, exploring Te Papa – the fascinating Museum of New Zealand or visiting Sky Tower – Southern Hemisphere’s tallest tower. You’ll find anything and everything that you wish to see while sightseeing in New Zealand.
Travel to New Zealand to enjoy the excitements of numerous outdoor activities like bungy jumping, tramping (hiking), skiing, rafting, to name a few. Swim with dolphins, frolic with newborn lambs, watch amazing whales or indulge in idyllic fishing for fattened trout in the lovely streams and rivers of New Zealand.
Some of the main cities to explore while on New Zealand Tours are: Auckland – A waterside city located on a thin stretch of the North Island. The verdant subtropical forests of the hills and the volcanic islands nearby are among its main attractions. The city offers ideal opportunities for swimming, water sports and particularly yachting.
Christchurch – The largest city in South Island, Christchurch serves as a perfect base to explore the mountains, ocean beaches, rivers, lakes and wide-open spaces less than an hour from the city centre.
Queenstown – this city located on the northern shore of Lake Wakatipu, offers great skiing opportunities in winter and a whole lot of summer pastimes.
Rotorua – the most popular tourist city on the North Island, Rotorua abounds in bubbling mud pools, gurgling hot springs, and gushing geysers
Wellington – Bordered by the wonderful harbor, and dotted with wooden Victorian buildings, Wellington – New Zealand’s capital offers breathtaking views, exciting walks, and a thriving entertainment scene
Though New Zealand receives tourist inflow all year round, the warmer months from November to April are the best time to embark on New Zealand Tours.