glaciers, rushing rivers, deep clear lakes, geysers and boiling mud, lush forests and long beaches
A trip to New Zealand offers an incredible variety of landscapes: mountains, glaciers, wild rivers, clear lakes and deep, geysers and boiling mud, lush forests and long beaches fabulous. New Zealand is also historic homeland of extreme sports: hiking, skiing, rafting and, of course, bungee jumping, who was born here. Auckland, the country's capital, is also known as the "City of Sails" and is known for the America's Cup. Travel in New Zealand is easy and safe, the ideal to know the country is a tour from north to south.
Why go to New Zealand
- Visit Auckland, the "City of Sails", the main center of New Zealand, and cosmopolitan city of great charm
- Visit Rotorua, North Island, with its spectacular geysers, bullies, searching for the path to the sky, its bubbling mud, its hot springs and its hot steam: truly the land of the amazing geothermal
- Practicing one of extreme sports so popular in this country
- Visit Christchurch and the South Island, wild and unspoiled
- To see live one of the matches of the All Blacks and their Haka dance
"The character of a land that loves the challenge"
In this' island, where nature shows all its charm and character, it is easy to begin to suspect that the reality and the dream are the same thing. The most important is Auckland, the renowned City of Sails, a city that is a real challenge to the ingenuity and progress, with its skyscrapers and its boats from materials and technology more and more advanced. Auckland is also launching a challenge to the courage of its visitors: the Sky Tower, the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere, with its famous glass floor, "adrenaline transparency" that divides from a vacuum of 300 meters. There are many items written on the walls of the tower, indicating that the glass is thick enough to support the weight of those present, a little help to overcome any hesitation and just enjoy the beautiful view over the city, wonderful rewards of this experience breathtaking. Another place not to be missed is Rotorua, with its spectacular geysers, bullies, searching for the path to the sky, its bubbling mud, its hot springs and its hot steam: truly the land of the amazing geothermal.
"Wild and valuable fragment of the world"
It is the other large island of New Zealand, a land where, according to Maori legend, the god of creation bizarre decided to shed the last and most valuable fragments of the world. It's a wild island where the snow-capped mountains reflected on the sea, a rare case in which the superlatives is not yet up and not vice versa. For those who love the daring adventures, the location is ideal Queenstown: rafting, bungee jumping and parasailing are just a few examples. The most important city of the island is Christchurch, a true piece of Europe, where everything points to England. A cosmopolitan city, a melting pot of races, traits of Maori, Asian, Irish, Mediterranean, East and West meet.