Abel Tasman National Park

New Zealand is a paradise for tourists, with its unbeatable natural wonders and surreal beauty, that is divided into two main islands, North Island, and the South Island both noticeable for its breathtaking volcanoes and glaciations. This country is full of adventure such visiting the charming villages, dense native forests, beaches, fjords, glaciers, mountains, and thermal regions, and the also the country is most famous for is the Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings” films.

Shopping Ideas has listed some of the most visited tourist’s attractions that fulfill every traveler’s need to New Zealand, including some of the best things to do in New Zealand like the Whale watching in Kaikoura, hiking the world renowned Franz Josef / Fox Glaciers, and much more.

Top Places to Visit In New Zealand

1.  Fiordland National Park and Milford Sound, South Island

Fiordland National Park

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The most visited attractions of New Zealand “Fiordland National Park” is famous for its exceptional beauty, stunning natural features, beautiful lakeside towns of Manapouri and Te Anau and glacier carved fiords of Milford, Doubtful Sounds, and Dusky, and also home to Mitre Peak. This World Heritage site is known as the world’s walking capital and also for its breathtaking scenery sightseeing.

2.  Bay of Islands, North Island

Bay of Islands, North Island

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Located on the North Island of New Zealand, just  a few hours’ drive from the Auckland, Bay Island one of the most visited  favorite tourists spots in the New Zealand, and a popular holiday destination in New Zealand, consists of over 140 Islands famous for absolute memorable adventure of sailing and Yachting on the world renowned Cruises. Tourists can experience the rich marine life of Bay Islands such as dolphins, penguins, big marlin, and enjoy fishing, view the famous rock Formation famously known as Hole in the Rock and much more.

3.  Queenstown, South Island

Queenstown, South Island

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Tourists premier choice when visiting the New Zealand is “Queenstown “the adventure capital that sits on the shores of southwest side of the South Island Lake Wakatipu, Surrounded by majestic mountains, giving so many things to do that a person can imagine such as top-notch activities, Queenstown is famous for is the Bungee jumping, paragliding, mountain biking, downhill skiing, white water rafting, jet boating and much more, the matchless natural beauty, stunning scenery.

4.  Lake Taupo and Tongariro National Park, North Island

Tongariro National Park

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Lake Taupo is located on the north Island of New Zealand, created by a volcanic eruption nearly 2000 years ago, it is known as the largest lake in the New Zealand by surface area which is 616 km². it houses the many attractions such as the Huka Falls, which has become a most visited attraction in New Zealand, and the famous fishing town of    Turangi.

Turangi Town suitable place for exploring the Tongariro National Park is one of the oldest national parks in the world and known as dual World Heritage site because of its amazing volcanic features and Maori culture. The best thing to do in the park is to hike on the New Zealand’s most popular day walk, “Tongariro Alpine Crossing”.

5.  Rotorua, North Island

Rotorua, North Island

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What a city in New Zealand to discover the geothermal wonderland and learn about the Maori culture. Rotorua is Renowned for its bubbling mud pools, natural hot springs, clouds of steam, explosive geysers, volcanic craters, and much more. It becomes a magnet for travelers who visit Rotorua to discover the Volcanic Phenomena.

6.  Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers, South Island

Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers

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Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers is known as the most accessible glaciers in the world because of its temperature climate. It is one of the most visited tourist’s attractions in Westland Tai Poutini National Park. Tourists walk on the Glaciers or take an Ariel view of the Glaciers with helicopters and seaplanes.

7.  Abel Tasman National Park and the Abel Tasman Coast Track, South Island

Abel Tasman National Park

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Able Tasman National park is famous for the new Zealand Great walks along the Abel Tasman coast track, which is every hiker’s dream, and some of the wilderness in the park is worth seeing, including the blue penguins, oystercatchers, wekas, wood pigeons, with a diverse range of birds.

8.  Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park, South Island

Aoraki Mount Cook National Park

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The is national park located in south Island of New Zealand is the home to the tallest mountain of Zealand “ Mount Cook and the longest glacier Tasman Glacier, 40% of the park is covered with Glaciers. It is known as the top destination in New Zealand for mountaineering. Tourists can organize activities in nearby Mount Cook Village, such as the scenic flights, heli-skiing, hunting, hiking, ski touring, which is the perfect base for exploring Aoraki / Mount Cook National park.

9.  Napier, Hawke’s Bay, North Island

Pania of the Reef statue Napier

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The warmest region of the New Zealand “ Hawke’s Bay, Napier a Costal city in the north Island of New Zealand is famous for its Wine Producing and also Art Deco Architecture. Tourists can bicycle the wine tours and view the stunning scenery, and along the Marine Parade seafront promenade lies the Pania of the Reef statue which is the city’s symbol.

10.  Auckland, North Island

Auckland, North Island

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One of the top-notch day trips destination in new Zealand, “ Auckland “ known as the “ The city of Sails “ with stunning Harbors, rated as the third most livable city in the world, and largest city of New Zealand. Tourist can enjoy and view the Auckland amazing attraction such the city’s famous Sky Tower a 328-meter tallest free-standing structure to get the spectacular views over the city, and the Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf for Boat Cruises with buzzing world class restaurants and west beaches of Auckland renowned for its rugged beauty.

11.  Wai-o-tapu

Lady-Knox-Geyser-Wai-o-tapu

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The geothermal wonder of Rotorua known as one of the 20 most surreal places of the world, tourists draw to this incredible attraction in New Zealand because of its geothermal activity and the volcanic landscapes. Nature has blessed Wai-o-tapu with unique volcanic features and the some of the best-known highlights of the Wai-o-tapu is Lady Knox Geyser, which is said that it erupts daily.

12.  Kaikoura

Kaikoura New Zealand, Fur Seal

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Kaikoura on the south Island is a small coastal town which is known as haven for seafood lover, it boasts wilderness experiences which tourists can spot such as the sperm whales, dolphins, fur seals and the humpbacks Whale, in addition to huge species of birds such as albatrosses which can be viewed from off the shore. Seafood lovers can enjoy fantastic taste of fresh crayfish, blue cod, much more.

 

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