Destination: New Zealand. An essential travel guide.

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WHY VISIT NEW ZEALAND

It is difficult to find a destination so spoilt by nature. Those whose idea of a perfect holiday involves sporting activities will find plenty to do and those who wish only to discover wildlife or wander through the magnificent countryside will not find a more beautiful destination.

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Auckland is the principal town of New Zealand: Its port, the particular situation surrounded by water, the museum with its impressive collection of Maori art, its aquarium, the charming old quarters, beaches and diving sites are only a few of the attractions of this diverse and lovely place.

The capital, Wellington, has a remarkable port and a very intense cultural life with various festivals, museums, and its historical quarter.

Although the whole of the northern island is imbibed with its Maori heritage and culture, Pahia and Waitangi are particularly worth a visit.

Grand Barrier Island has gorgeous white sand beaches and there are great surf spots along the east coast with hiking paths threading their way through stunning forests offering panoramic views, a serene atmosphere, and a totally natural background that you will long remember after your visit has ended.

Stop off at the Coromandel peninsula and appreciate the untouched natural surroundings, the birds, and the thermal springs.

On the Southern island, the area of Otago merits a visit for several reasons; Queenstown where extreme sports are to be enjoyed both summer and winter including bungee jumping, paragliding, rafting, and skating of all kinds. There is also the Fjordland national Park with its infinite possibilities for hiking and on the peninsula, you will find marvelous protected natural wildlife including penguins, sea lions, and albatross.

WHAT TO SEE IN NEW ZEALAND

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WHEN TO GO TO NEW ZEALAND

The best period to visit New Zealand is from April to November.

The principal characteristic of the climate in New Zealand is the permanent presence of the wind coming from the west, sometimes very strong in winter it is lighter in summer and more humid to the west.

The summer period is from December to February and winter from June to August. The Northern Island has a slightly different climate to that of the south. It is semi-tropical in type to the north with temperatures ranging between 12 and 22°C whereas, in the south, the winds from the Antarctic bring snow to the mountains, where the highest is 3,754 meters and more abundant rain.

If you prefer the heat is better to visit New Zealand between November and April unless you like winter sports.

Following a list of typical festivals and celebrations of New Zealand.

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HOW TO REACH AND TRAVEL THROUGH NEW ZEALAND

Transport around the country can be undertaken by plane or by bus or you can easily hire a car. Meeting by boat can also be quite practical. For those who enjoy sport, renting a bicycle can be ideal; low cost and very enjoyable in such green and pleasant countryside.

GENERAL INFORMATION ON NEW ZEALAND

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