The land of pure and perfect beaches engulfed by lustrous palm trees all over is the land of New Zealand, immensely rich with the natural habitats. New Zealand tours are famous in tourist world. Some say New Zealand is the ideal location for a vacation, unspoiled and untouched. Precisely, the other name of New Zealand for tourists is "heaven". High mountains with flourishing green forests are some characteristics of this stunning land. Till date, the inhabitants of this place believe in agriculture, their main source of income. As a whole, it is a perfect tourist destination worth to be seen! Though there aren't any single places in New Zealand one will feel like not visiting however, some most wanted sites amongst the tourists are given below which you can see on New Zealand travel packages:
Fiord land National Park
Fiord land National Park was established in the year 1952 and covers an area of 1.2 hectares. This tropical rainforest is a vast stretch of land with every bit of beauty combined with mountains, fiord, and lakes. Milford Sound is the most famous destination in the whole of this national park. It view is so spectacular that Rudyard Kipling tagged it as the “seven wonders” of the world.
Queenstown is a small yet stunning town in Otago, located in the south western part of New Zealand’s popular Southern Island. Queenstown is the birth place of adventurous sports like Bungee jumping, skiing and rafting to name a few.
Rotorua is in the Bay of Plenty region and is the “land of volcanoes”, hot water springs, medicinal mud and geothermal reserves. Famed for its reserves like Whakarewarewa, Waimangu and Waiotapu and also for trekking.
Bay of Islands
Bay of Islands in the Northland region consists of about 150 islands, extensively renowned for its marine life, popular among the lovers of beach, golf and fishermen. This island comes as a whole package of everything that a tourist looks for relaxation and refreshment.
Mt. Cook National Park
The other name of this national park is Aoraki, covering 70,696 hectares of land, located in the middle of Southern Alps. Mt. Cook all around the world is well known for its highest peaks and gigantic glaciers.