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New Zealand

New Zealand really is one of the most attractive and charming places on earth. A tiny island nation of just about 4.5 million people, it consists of two main land masses (North Island and South Island) and numerous tinier islands plus Stewart Island situated in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The two leading islands are split by a 22km extent of water known as the Cook Strait.

The country consists of some of the world’s most striking sceneries, from huge mountain scales, hot volcanoes to vast shorelines. It is a pure playground for adrenaline seekers and explorers and those who merely want to tour for the lifestyle and sceneries.

You would discover a very distinctive scale of vegetation and animals in New Zealand. The local animal, bird and plant types are amid some of the most stunning in the world. There are various national parks, native jungles, walking paths and maritime keeps to be relished. Other than for these, there are numerous beaches and thermal keeps, mountains, glaciers, lakes, also available for travellers and holidaymakers alike.

Top must-visits are, Coromandel Peninsula; popular for its white and golden sand beaches that frame the spectacular coastal landscape, Abel Tasman National Park; this huge national park is a hiker’s joy, while crossing the hilly land, blue penguins, wekas, oyster catchers, wood pigeons and other uncommon birds could all be viewed, and the tiny coastal town of Kaikoura; located on the South Island is a paradise for seafood lovers.   

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