Go shopping in New Zealand and immerse yourself in bustling markets, artisan foods, designer labels and gifts infused with cultural uniqueness and beauty.
New Zealand is home to a great variety of local markets in their setting and products and is truly Kiwi in nature.
From Castle point at the tip of the North Island to Waipapa in the Deep South, these stunning lighthouses adorn New Zealand’s coastline. The coastline of New Zealand is dotted with over 100 lighthouses and mini lighthouses.
The Maori call the Island – Raikura which translates to the land of glowing skies and the name comes from the regular visibility of the Aurora Australis – Southern Lights from the Island. The Island is home to a myriad of birds and the best place to go birdwatching.
The third-largest Island in New Zealand is by far much smaller than the two main islands.
One of the most beautiful mountainous parks in New Zealand is best visited from November to March. This National Park feeds the souls of Nature lovers with the dense and native forests, glacial and river valleys, and towering snow-capped peaks. The mischievous kea parrots are ones to keep an eye out for here.
If you ever happen to visit the country of New Zealand, do not forget to take some time out and visit some of New Zealand's most celebrated art museums. We assure you it will be an experience of a lifetime and it will only broaden your knowledge in terms of the varied meanings of art.
Art galleries attract one and all, no matter what age bracket you fall into. The intricate details of art displays, the psychology of the artist behind it and the vibe of galleries themselves entail a very different feeling altogether.
Every church in the remotest corners of New Zealand is a great destination for a tourist to visit especially if you are looking to experience some great spectacles of architecture and feel closer to divinity.
Famous for everything from ski fields along its mountain peaks, snowboarding and numerous adventure activities to scenic walks and trails, floating restaurants and jelly museums, the list of places to visit in Queenstown can become as diverse as you want it to be.
One of the best places in New Zealand, filled with the best kept secrets of nature, Milford Sound was once described by Rudyard Kipling as the eighth wonder of the world. And a glimpse of these glacier carved river valleys located deep within the Fiordland National Park is no less than one gorgeous wonder of nature.
The sceneries, landscapes and serenity that Fiordland national park has to offer will enthral the nature lover in you.
It is the largest National Park in New Zealand occupying an area of over 10,000 square kilometers.
It is also a World Heritage Site and is managed by the Department of Conservation of New Zealand.
The park is nicknamed as the Walking capital of the World.
Known as one of New Zealand’s best natural attractions, take a boat ride through the glow worm grotto, marvel at thousands of magical glowworms and become part of over 130 years of cultural and natural history.
Caves all over the world are mysterious in general where nature never ceases to surprise but a visit to New Zealand's Glowworm
Caves would still leave you awestruck.