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Must do Things While You Holiday in New Zealand – Land of the Kiwis

Glacial mountains, stunning lakes & a culture as old as time awaits in New Zealand; the land of the kiwi bird promises to stun visitors while its cosmopolitan culture is on par with all top cities.

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Get Set for Adventure in Queenstown

Get Set for Adventure in Queenstown

Framed by the Remarkables mountain range and home to gorgeous Lake Wakatipu the Alpine town promises loads of adventure, amidst the best of nature. Just about any nail-biting adventure sport is available here while the alpine atmosphere offers a refreshing take on rejuvenating mind, body and soul. Amongst some of the adventure sports available are boating on the crystal clear lake Wakatipu, white water rafting, kayaking, skiing, mountain treks, biking and daredevil bungee jumping. Sport is not all that's alluring in Queenstown, head over to the wineries and let the charming atmosphere envelope you. Tuck into the gourmet meals on offer at wine cellars and look forward to loads of pampering at the spas while alfresco dining, sipping excellent wine to marvellous sunsets and dancing the night away will seal your love of Queenstown.

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Visit Waiheke Island for Wine Tasting

Visit Waiheke Island for Wine Tasting

Waiheke Island is a 35-minute ferry ride from the city centre of Auckland. The place is a must-visit for unique countryside's home to olive groves and verdant vineyards. The place is also a haven for gorgeous forests, beautiful beaches, hip cafes and interesting art studios. Quite unique in nature Waiheke Island is a stop worth adding to New Zealand tour packages from Sri Lanka. Feel free to check with the many Sri Lanka tour providers such as Jetwing Holidays about tailor-made tours to your liking and enjoy the unique side of a New Zealand holiday. And Waiheke certainly is unique with its Maori culture and selection of excellent wines to be enjoyed on the beach amidst amazing sunsets.

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Get to Rotorua for Maoist Culture

Get to Rotorua for Maoist Culture

Rotorua is defined as the 'cultural heart of New Zealand'. There you learn to say Kia Ora just like the locals as you soak up Maori culture. Visit the pre-European village that is well preserved from days of yore. Watch and learn as masters show you the art of weaving, dine on traditional food cooked on traditional stoves and lose yourself in the songs and dance of the Maori people. Rotorua is also a region famous for its lakes and is a haven for nature lovers to plan long treks across verdant forests.

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Enjoy the Wonders of Geo Thermal Baths

Enjoy the Wonders of Geo Thermal Baths

This too is part of Rotorua and well worth a separate trip. Trek into the forests and stumble upon bubbling mud pools and boiling ponds heated by earth's inner core. Enjoy the soothing ecstasy of sinking into one of the thermal pools and feel yourself relax as the verdant forest surrounds you.

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Be Awed by Mildred Sound Fiords

Be Awed by Mildred Sound Fiords

The natural beauty of Mildred Sounds is quite stunning. Lose yourself amongst the stunning fiords, gorgeous waterfalls, and amazing snow-capped mountain tops. You could take a boat from Queenstown or Te Anu and enjoy the afternoon sun as you drift lazily along the water. Opt to take the overnight cruise and be enveloped in a blanket of stars under the night sky.