New Zealand is a breath-taking country with its clean and green nature, stunning landscapes and romantic beaches. Once you find yourself „down under“ the hardest choice will be where to go first.
New Zealand’s climate is generally mild, ranging from subtropical on far North to moderate on the South. Summer lasts from December until February with temperatures from 21 to 32 degrees Celsius, while winter lasts from June until August and temperatures go from 1 to 15 degrees Celsius. Even though New Zealand offers very interesting attractions and activities throughout the year, the best time to visit this paradise on Earth is from spring to fall.
Two hours ride south from Auckland there is a farm where scenes from famous trilogies “The Lord of The Rings” and “The Hobbit” were filmed. This picturesque village, created in the spirit of Middle Ages with over 44 hobbit houses including the house of Bilbo Baggins, is a spectacular place to visit in New Zealand.
In the heart of New Zealand, on the North Island, there is an ancient underground world with fascinating and rare natural wonders. Underground rivers run through these caves and their walls are illuminated with shiny warms which makes Waitomo one of the most popular attractions in New Zealand. Caves can be seen on foot but the best way to experience Waitomo is from the boat for sure.
Three hours ride southwest from Christchurch there is a lake Tekapo with its turquoise blue color and stunning view of the South Alps. It’s good to visit this lake by day because of its beautiful landscapes, but it is also popular destination in the nighttime for those who enjoy stargazing.
Kaikoura is a picturesque coastal town known for delicious dishes with crabs, but also for whales, dolphins and seals who inhabits its shores. Watching sea animals, dolphins playing, walking by the sea and a picnic are enough reasons for two hours drive and a day trip north from Christchurch.
Visitor visa is intended for those who want to visit New Zealand recreational, family or business for a period of up to 3, 6 or 12 months.Read more