New Zealand lies in the Pacific Ocean, to the southwest. New Zealand promises beautiful landscapes and serene, equally beautiful coastlines that you can drive along, listening to the sound of the surf. The country is also known for its adventure sports activities as well as its museums, art galleries and other heritage attractions.
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December - February is the best time to visit New Zealand
New Zealand's regions include North Island, South Island and the Offshore Islands. North Island has a lot of sandy beaches, forests and volcanic peaks. South Island comprises of beech trees, glaciers, mountains and trails that you can bike along. The Offshore Islands are said to be the wild islands of New Zealand and include Stewart Island, the Sub-Antarctic and Kermadecs.
Friendly locals. Plenty of activities available. Beautiful scenery. Relaxed pace of life.
Average infrastructure. Minor earth tremors. Lot of sandflies. Strong, hot sun.
There are a lot of accommodation options in New Zealand. There is something to suit the needs of every kind of traveller. Options range from 5-star hotels to bed and breakfasts and budget and backpacker accommodation facilities. You can also choose to stay at serviced apartments, and as these cater to all kinds of groups and all types of budgets, it becomes another great option to keep in mind. Alternately, if you have a big budget, you can stay in beach houses or heritage hotels.
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