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Take a brief look at New Zealand

Do you want to escape to a world, which is serene and lush with a myriad of options to explore and adventure?  New Zealand offers you mesmerizing evening, filled with soft lights along with diverse landscape and unique wildlife to explore. New Zealand is often crowned as “Big Easy” country as this beautiful place is calm and quiet and allows you to relax and enjoy rather than endure. The heterogeneity of the countryside, as depicted in Lord of the Rings and Hobbit movie series, has invigorated tourism.

A dip in the geological configuration of New Zealand

New Zealand is an isolated country and is made up of two main islands, the North Island and South Island. Both of them are geologically bestowed with diverse landscapes and wildlife. As one of the world’s most rewarding travel destinations, New Zealand is intertwined with vibrant cultural and culinary experiences.
North Island: The north Island of New Zealand is entwined with natural forces that created the volcanoes, geysers and other geothermal wonders, crowded around Taupo and Rotorua. You will also find sandy beaches along with rolling farmland and forests.  If you are looking for flights to the New Zealand and planning to spend your time on the North Island then Auckland is the best place to land for the top of the island and Wellington for the south.  Browse flights to Auckland, Browse flights to Wellington.
South Island: road-trip heaven in and around the Southern Alps, large glaciers and great beech forests are the places of interest in the southern part of New Zealand.  If you are planning a trip to the South Island your New Zealand flight choice should be Christchurch.  Browse flights to Christchurch.
The most prominent settlements from north to south is distributed into new cities i.e. Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown, Hamilton, Rotorua, Napier, Nelson, Dunedin and Wellington. Among them, the most famous and cities of New Zealand are Auckland and Christchurch.

Things to see in New Zealand

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    Abel Tasman National Park

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    Aoraki Mount Cook National Park

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    Bay of Islands

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    Coromandel Peninsula

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    Milford Sound

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    Taupo

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    Tongariro National Park

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    Westland National Park

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    Wanaka

Experience the unprecedented adventures of your lifetime

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    Take a Bungee Jump

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    Fly by wire

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    Go for Gliding and Heli-hiking at Fox Glacier

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    Watch Lord of the Rings Tours filming location.

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    Mountain biking, River jet boating, Rock-climbing, Scuba diving and snorkeling

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    Swimming with seals and dolphins

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    Give a shot to New Zealand cuisine and wines

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    Familiarize with Maori culture

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    Experience the famous wilderness of New Zealand

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    Exotic Wildlife and marine life

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    Islands and beaches

The adventurous life of New Zealand

New Zealand is a vast country and everything is situated far away. The gaps are filled with the sublime forests, mountains, lakes, beaches and fiords, which make this place best for Hiking, locally known as “tramping”. The country has no venomous snakes, no crocodiles and no deadly spider except one – the rare katipo. Hence you can fearlessly set off for a bushwalk. Rugby is a way for Kiwis to come together and feel national pride. So, if you don’t want to spend your time hiking, you can click some photogenic scenery or just spend a few hours wandering along a beach or watch rugby.

Predominant culture of New Zealand

People are extremely friendly and are always ready to help you. Their welcoming attitude is one of their attributes. The society is dominated by indigenous Māori people and Maori is an official language of New Zealand. You can enjoy hangi (Māori feast) or watch a cultural performance with customary Māori song, dance and typically a blood-curdling haka (war dance).

Kiwi’s Food, Wine & Beer

The food available here is inspired from the South Pacific abundant seafood and encircling cuisines and hence defining a new-world culinary oceans. Don’t forget to try some local favorites: paua (abalone), kina (sea urchin) and kumara (sweet potato). Further, the cool-climate wineries of New Zealand have been acquiring trophies for decades and esp. the craft beer, which is awesome here.

Currency and transportation

Currency used in New Zealand is the New Zealand Dollar. As far as New Zealand is concerned, the best way to see and experience New Zealand is by doing a road trip. It's a Kiwi rite of passage. And one more thing, Kiwi roads have a backward arrow marked in the opposite direction to which you are travelling. So, don’t get confused while driving

The best day walk in New Zealand

The presence of marine milieu along with innumerable mountain ranges results in diverse micro-climates and gives you ‘four seasons in one day’ anywhere, anytime. The climate is generally mild and the place receives plenty of rainfall. Summer doesn't officially arrive on the south island until at least Christmas and last till March. Winters are cold enough and it is best to avoid beaches as they are deserted during this time of the year. Good skiing condition prevails in Queenstown and the Central Plateau on the North Island during the winter months of June and July. You can expect sporadic rain showers year-round across the country as storms come in New Zealand off the Tasman Sea and the Cook Strait. You can visit New Zealand any time of the year. But with the fall of winter from June to September, is considered as the best time to visit this place. It offers winter sport activities and milder coastline and most importantly, eliminates tourist traffic. It is a pleasing time to travel with crystal clear skies and watch migrating whales.

Flights to New Zealand

Flights to New Zealand take approximately 23-24 hours to make the 11,000+ mile journey.  It is well worth investing in a business class flight to New Zealand as the extra leg room and comfort is well worth it for such a long journey.  We are specialists in business class flights to New Zealand and can help ensure you get the very best deal, saving up to 50% on published fares.

Business Class Flights to New Zealand

We sell all ticket types but specialise in premium class airfares and can get you the best value business class flights to New Zealand from the UK. Using our innovative travel technology and the expertise of our travel team we can save you up to 50% off published airfares when you choose to fly business class to New Zealand. We have built strong relationships with the leading airlines serving routes to New Zealand so are able to source the best value business class flights for you. These low-cost fares are rarely available online or through conventional travel agents so save yourself the time and effort researching & comparing and let us do all the hard work. We guarantee we will save you money on business class airfares to New Zealand! We have achieved a gold trusted service rating on Feefo for our outstanding customer service and our commitment to finding our clients the lowest priced flights. So, please get in touch when planning your next trip and see how much you can save by booking business class to the Middle East with The Savvy Flyer. ATOL Protected.

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