Wellington; culture and originA fun cultural activity is a ‘Maori-night’ during which you get to meet the original inhabitants of New-Zealand. Be sure to also visit the Treaty House in Waitangi, where the ‘Treaty of Waitangi’ was signed in 1840. Interesting museums are the Te Papa Museum in the capital of Wellington and the Kauri museum in Matakohe near Auckland, about the European colonists in New-Zealand.
The country’s largest forest and RotoruaThe largest primeval forest of New-Zealand is Waipoua Kauri Forest on the North Island. In Rotorua you find the thermic park of Wai-O-Tapu, with bright-coloured wells and the meters-high Lady Knox Geyser. If you don’t mind a climb, than be sure not to miss the Tongariri Alpine Crossing: a spectacular walk through the volcanic area of Tongariro National Park.
Adventure in QueenstownIn the subtropical Bay of Islands on the North Island you can enjoy cycling along the blue harbours and through towns such as Waitangi and Russell. Perfect to combine with a walk through the Opua Forest. Charming Queenstown on the South Island is the place to be if you want to go rafting, skydiving, mountain biking or bungee jumping.
Natural highlights in the SouthSeals and fur seals are abundant in Cape Foulwind on the South island, a savage part of the West coast where you can overlook the Tasmanian Sea. At Punakaiki you find the Pancake Rocks: rock formations in the shape of a pile of pancakes. The Catlins are a well-known southern coastal area, where you can spot nesting penguins! Find a place to stay in all these areas on Bed and Breakfast New-Zealand.
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