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Top 8 Places You Must Visit in New Zealand

Travelling is life for many people on this planet. New Zealand is almost in bucket list of every traveller. But what places you should travel in New Zealand should be scheduled before visiting so get the most from your trip. So Here you go..!!!

1

Queenstown

Queenstown

This stunningly beautiful town is everything Kiwi rolled into one. Its landscape is unprecedented, I mean, just look at that photo?! New Zealand is the home of adventure, and Queenstown is its adrenaline pumping capital

2

Milford Sound

Milford Sound

Milford Sound is a spectacular Fiordland in the South East corner of New Zealand. It is home to jagged cliffs, cascading waterfalls and a mysterious air. Cruising through The Sounds was, without a doubt, one of the best things I experienced in New Zealand. It is so magnificent and breath-taking, you can't help but be left in awe of your surroundings.

3

Cathedral Cove

Cathedral Cove

Cathedral Cove is a marine reserve located on The Coromandel peninsula. The beach is only accessible by a 30 minute track from the nearest carpark, winding your way through native bush and past stunning cliff faces you will eventually end up on this gorgeous stretch of sand.

4

Hobbiton

Hobbiton

As a massive Lord of the Rings fan, visiting Hobbiton had been on my New Zealand must do list, and it did not disappoint! The Shire was exactly as I had expected it to be and more, and i felt instantly whisked away to the magical place of Middle Earth.

5

Waiheke Island

Waiheke Island

Waiheke Island is only a 45 minute ferry from Auckland CBD, however you could be forgiven for thinking the boat had docked in Hawaii. With it's palm trees, white sand beaches and stunning coast it is the perfect way to experience tropical paradise without venturing too far.

6

Mount Maunganui

Mount Maunganui

Regularly voted one of New Zealand's best beaches, it's not difficult to see why Mount Maunganui is so popular. Not only is this cool seaside town the perfect getaway brimming with trendy cafes and restaurants, it is also as pretty as a picture.

8

Wellington

Wellington

Wellington is a little city with a big personality.

It's quirky, arty and full of character. This seaside capital is a city unlike any other with it's funky side streets, pop up restaurants and weekend markets.

7

Hokitika Gorge

Hokitika Gorge

Hokitika Gorge is situated in New Zealand's South Island and due to a natural and unique cocktail of glacier water, plankton and a few other ingredients the river is a vibrant blue. There are several walking trails in and around the gorge which are great to do, and if you are feeling brave you can even go for a dip!