Franz Josef Glacier is located in the Westland National Park on South Island of New Zealand and is about 10 km (6 mi) long. It's one of the few glaciers in the world that reaches...
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The Auckland War Memorial Museum, in abbreviation also known as simply Auckland Museum (in Maori: Tamaki Paenga Hira), is the largest cultural and natural...
Expect ceremonial rituals, powerful cultural performances, stories and a traditional Hangi banquet. Spending an evening at the Tamaki Maori Village is a...
Enjoy the fantastic view, breath-taking landscapes, a variety of both endemic and exotic trees, colourful flower exhibitions and fascinating plant collections. The Botanic Garden in...
There are plenty of activities and things to do in the Great Lake Taupo region. This ‘Nature’s Ultimate Playground’ has everything from lake cruises to skydiving, free hot pools to...
At the Otago Museum, the largest and most important museum in the region of Dunedin, you find seven galleries to be explored. The museum informs the...
New Zealand's hub for whale watching is Kaikoura, located just by the east coast on South Island. You may as well watch whales on the North Island of New Zealand, but Kaikoura is one of...
Milford Sound, as part of the Fiordland National Park, is a listed UNESCO world natural heritage site – deservedly so! Get ready to experience a breath-taking adventure in a worldwide...
The Abel-Tasman National Park encompasses an area of 225 square kilometres (22,500 ha) and is situated on the northern coast of the southern island of New Zealand. This nature...
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