New Zealand is renowned all over the world for its spectacular landscape, from the stunning mountains to massive ground walls, giant glaciers to hot springs, golden-sand beaches, and rough coasts. It is full of cool towns, secret areas, wonderful wildlife, etc. In reality, we struggled to reduce it to an important 20-series list in New Zealand.
Split into two North and South Islands, these are the highest places we believe any traveler oughtn’t to miss in New Zealand tours. To go straight to South Island, click if you like.
Good luck at Hawke’s Bay
Hawke’s Bay has the tourist card to call in all of New Zealand, mountain ranges, beaches, forests, and more. You won’t leave it hurriedly, whether you are visiting a big winery or just sitting and checking out what they make.
Meet one of the most violent volcanoes in the world
The volcano of Taupo appears to have witnessed two of the most extreme volcanic outbreaks in the world in the recent past. Explore Lake Taupo and the unbelievable landscape surrounding it.
Go the Dead’s Paths
Yes, this is another reference to the Lord of the Rings. In the third film, the Putangirua Pinnacles were featured as the road to reach the military of the dead and were haggardly trampled by the rock formations. Truly spooky, whether you know the movies or not, this is an experience.
Hang on the Hot Water Beach
The name says everything about this–dig into the sand at Mercury Bay and be treated like gloriously hot water from underground thermal sources. Create a wide enough hole and have a geothermal bath for yourself.
Drop for Dropping Huka
The Waikato River waterfalls deliver beautifully blue and dramatically crashing waters, narrowing to a 15-meter-long canyon. Here’s a tourist bridge to enjoy anything.
Hire a motorhome
You may want to hire a camping car if you intend to see all the above (and below). You have full versatility in your accommodation when and where all of New Zealand’s attractions are to be seen.
Go to Auckland Canyoning
Outside the city, there are some unbelievable ecosystems such as rivers, canyons, and waterfalls. How to explore them easier than to take them down? We guarantee that it’s just a little scary.
Try Kite Foxton Beach Land Boarding
Can’t swim, but would you like to try windsurfing? Landboarding for you is great! Place your feet on the surface, stick closely to a dancefloor, and go skim down the beach (not on your face hopefully).
Go to Lake Taupo Skydiving
Lake Taupo, New Zealand’s unofficial skydiving capital, is an incredible spot to fly away. Tongariro National Park, bush, mountains, volcanic plains, and more around the area are all ignored.
Try Rotorua Zorbing
Zorbing is completely ludicrous and wild. Stick in a big swelling ball and roll across the countryside! It gets the adrenaline pump but is fully healthy.
Auckland Harbour Bridge Ascend (and jump off)
A guided tour to Auckland Harbour Bridge provides stunning panoramic views of the city in 360 degrees. And if you feel audacious, you can hop right down to make it happen.
Check Rotorua’s Sky swing
Stick to the swing, as it hovers 50 meters above Rotorua, then push the button to send 150 km/h into the sky. In New Zealand, there are no such drastic attractions.
River Rafting At Tongariro River
An outstanding white water rafting spot is one of New Zealand’s most popular rivers. The challenge is exciting with views of the gorges, volcanic cliffs, ancient beech trees, and local wildlife.
Meet the wildlife sanctuary in Zealand
Zealand is a convenient place for wild animals, which include numerous birds and reptiles, on the outskirts of the suburb of Wellington. A special fence to protect pest animals is situated around the sanctuary. The sanctuary.
See the Mt Victoria Lookout of all Wellington
Wellington is one of New Zealand’s top sites, but it is a tiny capital, so scaling Mt. Victoria, 650 feet, allows you to see it all in a stunning view.
Cable Car from Wellington
From Lambton Quay to Kelburn, you can find a lookout, museum, and observatory (although the ride itself is a genuine attraction) The famous Wellington Cable Car runs through to Kelburn.
Sample the beer scene of Wellington
There are pubs in Wellington almost everywhere, and most of them engage eagerly in the prosperous craft beer scene of New Zealand. You can also visit the brewery itself–see the ParrotDog, Tuatara Third Eye, the Garage Project.
Wellington Waterfront Rollerblade
The Waterfront trail is an ideal way to enjoy a calming ocean and city view. Also, you can find street art and cool bars. Make sure you have time for it all on rollerblades.
Spend an evening at the Museum Te Papa
Te Papa Museum, with a collection of nearly 800 thousand artworks, artifacts, and display items from the dinosaur to modern art, is one of NZ’s best tourist attractions. This is the best place to grasp the culture and past of New Zealand.