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Stewart Island Location Facts History When To Visit How To Reach New Zealand

Stewart Island – New Zealand's Hidden Gem

In Maori Legend, if North Island was once the great fish and South Island the canoe, then Stewart Island was its anchor. Due south of Invercargill, the Maori name for the third largest island in New Zealand is Rakiura or Glowing ...
Mayor Island Location Facts History When To Visit How To Reach New Zealand Asia Pacific

Mayor Island - One Of The Best Snorkelling Places In the World

Located off the Bay of Plenty coast of New Zealand's North Island, Mayor Island is the top of a dormant shield volcano, rising 355 m (1,164 ft) above the waves and believed to have formed about 7,000 years ago. Known as ...
Fiordland National Park New Zealand Information Location Facts History Things To Do And How To Reach

The Fiordland National Park: New Zealand's Wildernesses At Its Best

One of the few truly vast wildernesses in the world is located in New Zealand's southwest. The Fiordland National Park is home to a breathtakingly beautiful terrain that has been mostly unaltered by human habitation yet influenced by the untamed power ...
Tongariro S Volcanoes Location Facts History New Zealand

Tongariro's Volcanoes: A Symbol Of Destruction And Also Life

A giant white plume of steam and gas rises almost continuously from the crater of Mount Ngauruhoe, a 7516ft (2291m) volcano in the heart of New Zealand's North Island. It is one of a trio of active volcanoes. To the north ...
Waitomo Cave Glowworm Cave New Zealand Location Facts History How To Reach And Best Time To Visit

Waitomo Cave: New Zealand’s Glowing Cave

Internet A spectacular network of underground caverns known as the Waitomo Glowworm Cave is located in Waitomo, New Zealand, and is well-known for housing a large population of glowworms. The glowworms, often known as fireflies, are a species that is exclusive ...
Mount Cook Aoraki New Zealand Location History Facts How To Reach And Best Time To Visit

Mount Cook: Highest Peak In New Zealand

With a massive height of 12,316 feet, Mount Cook is the tallest mountain in New Zealand (3754m). It is a section of the Southern Alps Mountain range, which runs the full length of the South Island. The Southern Alps are home ...
List Of Most Epic Paragliding Places In The World

List Of Most Epic Paragliding Places In The World

Paragliding is an outdoor activity that combines the thrill of flying with the beauty of nature. You strap yourself onto a lightweight aircraft, take off from a mountain or cliff face, and then glide through the air as you fly over ...
New Zealand S Twin Coast Discovery Highway Location Facts Routes

Explore New Zealand's Scenic Twin Coast Discovery Highway

A stunning circular route provides a superb scenic drive through New Zealand's Northland, starting at Auckland, travelling up the North Island's East Coast before returning down the enchanting West Coast. This unforgettable journey goes through Warkworth, Wellsford, Mangawhai, Walpu, Marsden, Whangarei, ...
Tongariro S Volcanoes Locations Facts History New Zealand

Tongariro's Volcanoes: A Symbol Of Destruction But Also Life

A giant white plume of steam and gas rises almost continuously from the crater of Mount Ngauruhoe, a 7516ft (2291m) volcano in the heart of New Zealand's North Island. It is one of a trio of active volcanoes. To the north ...
Milford Sound Location Facts History New Zealand

Milford Sound: Adventure Awaits In New Zealand

Dusk on a still day is the best time to appreciate Milford Sound (also known as Piopiotahi). Mist tips the mountain peaks that rise steeply from the water edge and are mirrored in the motionless blue of the sea. Captain James ...
Wettest Places In The World List Of Rainiest Places On Earth

Wettest Places in The World: List of Rainiest Places on Earth

Planet Earth is one such big and beautiful planet with majorly four seasons, which are Winter, Summer, Autumn, and rainy season. Not all the parts of Earth are the same in terms of weather conditions. And of course, how can it ...
Rotorua Location Facts History Moari New Zealand

Rotorua: Most Sacred Maori Site In The World

There are, in any case, many compensations. Since the Maori colonised what is now New Zealand in the 14th century, the Rotorua area has been the country of the great Arawa group of tribes. They, like the Europeans later, loved the ...

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