Milford Sound. Feature image by Ethan Chang.
New Zealand is undoubtedly a beautiful and one-of-a-kind country that is stunning, gracious and out of this world. It is a country that is completely open for tourists who have a thirst for adventure, exploration and relaxation. The rocky islands is where you will find rain forests, beaches, mountains, glaciers and other natural sightings and these things were well taken care of by the government and culture of this country.
This is a country that is primeval and blissful, and it has something to offer to every single person in the world. And the following tourist attractions in New Zealand will surely draw and enchant a lot of visitors in.
The Milford Sound is the country’s most popular tourist attractions. Situated at the northern part of Fiordland National Park, this place is easily accessible and provides some of the most astounding picturesque views of the ocean in the world, complete with dark blue waters and vivid mountains. Tourists who love to go on a hiking adventure in the mountains can go here.
Bay of Islands
Another popular tourist holiday destinations in New Zealand is the Bay of Islands. It includes a total of 144 islands, white sandy beaches and isolated inlets. This tourist destination is a real definition of beauty and splendor, as well as wealth in marine life. It is a home to several sea animals namely the big marlin, dolphins, penguins and whales. Additionally, it is also a place where you can sail yachts and take part in water sports, which sports lovers can truly revel in (image by Alan Vernon).
Tongariro National Park
Tongariro National Park is the first ever national park New Zealand has ever had and it is a place well known for its unpredictability and extremity. The park has several varieties of bionetworks which include active volcanoes, calm lakes, uncultivated woodlands, sandy hills and herb fields. Visitors who come will begin their walk at the Whakapapa Visitor Center, where you will embark on a hike all the way to the magnificent Taranaki Falls that may last up to three hours. Along the way, the visitors will encounter lava lines stemming from previous volcanic eruptions that took place a hundred years ago or more.
Napier Art Deco
Napier is a tiny Hawke’s Bay-city situated on the east coast of the northern part of New Zealand. The city is famous for its unique and striking art deco structures, believed to have been caused by an earthquake that took place in 1931, during which in the time when the town’s folks were rebuilding the city; it took place simultaneously with the era of Art Deco. Because of this, the buildings in this city look extraordinarily diverse, making it a popular tourist destination for people who have love for all things different and wonderful (image by Gregory Williams).
Abel Tasman National Park
One of the most popular national parks in all of New Zealand, the Abel Tasman National Park is greatly renowned for its fine scenery. This national park can be found of the country’s South Island’s northern tip and can only be accessed either by foot, boat or small plane. Either way, the trek will most certainly be worth going through for visitors, most especially those who have a fondness for animals, adventure and nature.