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Located in the South-West Pacific Ocean, New Zealand is composed of two unspoiled main islands. It is one of the most preserved countries in the world with wild landscapes and rare wildlife. From mountain lakes to beautiful beaches, this Maori heritage is a true paradise for nature and outdoor activities enthusiasts.
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New Zealand counts almost 800 lakes that cover 1,3% of the country. Almost half of them have been created by glaciers, which gives them their turquoise color.
New Zealand Southern island is filled with glaciers that stand from Fjordland National Park to Nelson region. On the contrary, the Northern island is home to famous volcanoes. Indeed, some of the landmarks of New Zealand are Franz Joseph glacier and Tongariro Volcano.
New Zealand is also home to geothermal systems, mainly located around the Taupo Volcanic zone. Therefore, the Northern island has been shaped and colored by volcanic forces for millions of years.
Check out my posts related to New Zealand
In this section, you will find travel guides and bucket list experiences that gather all you need to know to enjoy your trip to the fullest. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at any time! It would be a great pleasure to share with you.
a 10-day road trip itinerary through the coromandel peninsula and whangarei district
New Zealand offers the most varied landscapes, from glaciers to meadows and from white sandy beaches to lush forests.
In this post, I make you discover the most beautiful beaches on the North Island of New Zealand.
On top of that, you will find a 10-day road trip itinerary through the Coromandel Peninsula and Whangarei district, with what to do and where to camp for free.
the ultimate New Zealand travel guide: a 3-week itinerary
Do you want to explore the most remarkable parts of New Zealand for your first trip? Do you want to visit both islands?
Here is an ultimate New Zealand travel guide that gathers all you need to know from where to stay to what to do.
Most importantly, you will find a detailed 3-week itinerary starting from Auckland airport to Christchurch airport.
Within this route, you will be able to see most of the North Island and South islands of New Zealand, which are so different from one another.
new Zealand south island travel gude:
a 2-week itinerary
Do you want to experience different types of landscapes such as glaciers, lush forests, or turquoise lakes?
Here is a full New Zealand South island travel guide that gathers all you need to know from where to stay to what to do.
Most importantly, you will find a detailed 2-week road trip itinerary from/to Christchurch airport.
Within this route, you will be able to see most of the South Island of New Zealand.
New Zealand north island travel guide: a 1-week itinerary
Do you want to experience the geothermal activities that New Zealand offers such as geysers, mud pools, or hot springs?
Here is a full New Zealand North island travel guide that gathers all you need to know from where to stay, to what to do.
Most importantly, you will find a detailed 1-week road trip itinerary from/to Auckland airport.
Within this route, you will be able to see all the main geothermal activities of the North Island.
Which island to visit for your trip to New Zealand?
Have you planned a trip to New Zealand and don’t know which island you should visit or prioritize? I am here for you!
I have created the following guide that highlights the main features of the two major islands that make up New Zealand: the North island called Te Ika-a-Maui and the South island called Te Waipounamu.