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New Zealand’s main city attractions are North Island: Auckland — "The City of Sails." The largest and most populated city, with over a million in the metropolitan area, making it the largest city in Polynesia by far. Gisborne is the easternmost town - it sees each day's light first in the world. Rotorua — Famous for Maori culture, geysers, hot pools that make a funny rotten egg smell. Wellington — the national capital and known as the "The Windy City" — Parliament, the Beehive and the free Te Papa museum.
New Zealand Landscape
In the South Island: Nelson — Safe and friendly, with New Zealand's highest sunshine hours is the geographic centre of the country and surrounded by three stunning national parks, vineyards and orchards.
Christchurch is known as the 'Garden City' and the air gateway to Antarctica.
Queenstown — Adrenalin and adventure capital of the world… skydive, bungee-jump, jet-boat, thrill yourself to your hearts content.
Dunedin — the Edinburgh of the South. Proud of its Scots heritage, chocolate factory, Southern Albatross colony and its wonderful tramping tracks within a short drive from the CDB and
Invercargill — the southern-most city and one of the very few places to see a living Tuatara.
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Other attractions in this magnificent country range from Havelock North, a great base for exploring the Hawkes Bay wineries. and home to Te Mata peak, to Hokianga - wild, beautiful, and bi-cultural. Elsthorpe - in Hawkes Bay is a beautiful country settlement. Feilding - award winning the title of 'New Zealand's most beatiful town' 12 times in a row. Opiki the potato capital of New Zealand...
Try Kaikoura - great for whale watching. The Southern Alps stretch the length of the South Island. Aoraki/Mount Cook — New Zealand's highest mountain (see link below). Omarama — World famous gliding destination. Scenic alpine glider flights and pilot training and not forgetting Milford Sound and Fiordland.
Places to stay when on your Bucks night, Hens night, Golf Break, Wedding Venue, Airport Hotel, Romantic Weekends away in a hotel with Luxury Spa , or stay at an Colonnial Style Lodge , Country Retreat , Resort or Something Unique .
Rugby and Cricket fans can look at Accommodation near Stadiums. Punters should look for Hotels near Racecourses. If you are considering a vacation in New Zealand, naturally you'll want to experience the very best the country has to offer. New Zealand's Leading Attractions represent just that..the best of the best.
Whether you are interested in discovering the mighty Milford Sound on a Red Boat Cruise, the awe inspiring whales of Kaikoura, Te Papa the brilliant Museum of New Zealand or Sky Tower, the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere you'll find everything that is a 'must do' attraction listed here.
What are New Zealand's Top Attractions and Destinations?
New Zealand's leading Attractions and Destinations for both business and pleasure are listed on the right in the column list; it comprises of a of New Zealand's most frequently visited tourist attractions located in iconic regions of New Zealand and is a grouped by category for easy navigation. Searching the list will provide details of nearby accommodation using Google Map technology - making it easy for you to find accommodation in the vicinity of your chosen destination.
North Island Attractions
The North Island offers huge variety with surf and swimming beaches, ski fields, walking tracks and the two largest cities in the country. All of this is within easy driving distance meaning the North Island allows you to tick many items off your 'to do' list in quick succession.
Think about visiting the Coromandel. Natural beauty, the sea, the bush, charming homes in a seaside setting, great shopping and restaurants, five historic museums featuring what Thames was like in it's gold-rush heyday, and much more.
South Island Attractions
The South Island of New Zealand comes with a reputation as a unique land packed with magnificent, raw scenery: craggy coastlines, primeval forests, snow-capped alpine mountains, fast flowing rivers and glacier-fed lakes, all beneath a brilliant blue sky.
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