If you are one of those who love being outdoors, an admirer of nature, keen on trying new adventure sports and sit and relax in aesthetically pleasing places, then book your flight which lands you to New Zealand! Even if you plan to travel solo, this Pacific island provides you the best suitable conditions.
For a solo traveller, the things they ponder the most before planning any adventure trip is that if the place is safe, the expense which is going to occur, and if they would get more than just the touristy exposure. Therefore, New Zealand is exactly the right place as it is very safe, commutation methods are also very easy to get and very reliable the fall is corruption free.
People there, are very warm and welcoming, the friendliness in them is something very admirable and cute! Even the driver guides are very informative and they share their experiences too.
The country is divided into two islands; North Island and South Island.
The places to go in North Island are:
1. Auckland: City of Sales
It is stated as the largest city in New Zealand and is home to many Wineries and many volcanic crates. It is a huge city and has many tourist places and beautiful beaches. In addition, being one of the busiest cities, you might even get to interact with locals there, and learn many new things or know their experiences.
This place is a 3-hour drive from Auckland. It is named after a lake Rotorua. It is famous for its landscapes and geothermal springs; also, many recreational activities are done here.
3. Coromandel Peninsula
Ever heard of soaking yourself in hot water, but not in the bathtub? This place is famous for its Hot Water Beaches where you can have the pleasure of a spa provided by nature itself. The most famous adventure sport here is kayaking.
This place is famous for many recreational activities and adventure sports like mountaineering, bungee jumping, white water rafting and sightseeing. Skydiving over Lake Taupo is also very famous. In addition, the Huka Falls seems like a magical waterfall, which firsts fall with foamy water and as it reaches the end, it drops, likes a blue-green pool.
5. Wellington: Capital of New Zealand
Located at the foot of the North Island, it is also the gateway to visit the South Island. It is very less expensive and has a very famous street, Cuba. It gives a very bohemian vibe and a lot can be known about the Maori culture from here.
The places to go in South Island are:
1. Milford Sound
It has very beautiful cliffs and waterfalls, and it is located at the centre of Fiordland National Park. It is aesthetically pleasing and is a jewel for the eyes of nature lovers.
Filmed in the Hobbit films, this place is famous for its art and diverse taste in food. This place is also famous for beautiful natural attractions like the Farewell Spit, the Grove Scenic Reserve, and the Abel Tasman National Park.
3. Queenstown: Adventure Capital
This place is full of natural beauty like snowy mountains and crystal lakes. This place has extreme sporting activities, like high-speed jet boating to skiing and bungee jumping.
4. Franz Josef Glacier
It is famous for its adventures with ice, the caves have a mesmerizing view. It takes some hours to have the complete view, but the guided tour of it will leave you breathless.
No wonder New Zealand is one of the most popular vacation destinations!