Most travel packages to New Zealand offer sightseeing exclusively and within a combination. It is better to be a part of the latter to access the shopping districts in every city of New Zealand, without the hassle of organizing the move yourself. There is nothing you don’t get here. Everything in every European market is available in New Zealand. From apparel to footwear and accessories and canned foods – New Zealand shopping malls flaunt it all. If you want something exclusive to take back home, the best is what what your camera captures – the long-faced Maoris, the low skies, the picturesque mountains in the distance and the reefs.
The sightseeing venues include local, exclusive New Zealand exhibits and the list of New Zealand Must-Sees cited below:
■ The highest peak – Mount Cook at 3754 meters, with eighteen peaks over 3,000 meters in South Island.
■ The highest North Island mountain – Mount Ruapehu, an active cone volcano
■ Regions marked by locals for dramatic landscape that is celebrated on the celluloid in ‘Lord of The Rings’ and ‘The Last Samurai’.
■ The active volcanic zone Taupo.
■ The snow-capped Southern Alps.
■ Podocarps and the giant Kauri.
■ Grasslands of Tussock
■ The four species of Kiwi, Kakapo and the Takahe.
■ Milford Sound
Heaven is a place on earth and it is called New Zealand! This new island is paradise and is not only distinctive in its natives and terrain, but also in the indulgences that the locals and surrounding sea offer. Anytime is the perfect time to visit this beautiful land and soak in all the fun! The Land of the Kiwis is witnessing a tourism boom and invites you to be a part of the celebrations!
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