7 breathtaking landscapes that you’ll only find in New Zealand
Date 22 July 2019
1. Milford Sound
Deep within Fiordland National Park lies Milford Sound one of the South Island’s most famous natural treasures. Cruise across its pristine waters or slice through the stillness in a kayak – the unspoilt natural beauty provides the perfect backdrop for this soulful encounter.
When visiting the adventure capital of Queenstown, take some time to simply sit at the lakeside and watch the colours change on the breathtaking Remarkables and Lake Wakatipu, creating one of the most beautiful and dramatic natural scenes in NZ.
3. Redwood Forest, Rotorua
Located in Rotorua is one of New Zealand's best kept secrets, Redwoods Forest. This magical forest is home to some of the oldest trees, with the average lifespan of a Redwood tee is 600 years, however they can survive for over 2000 years.
4. Fox Josef Glacier
An enormous icy beauty, embark on a scenic flight over Franz Josef glacier, for an unforgettable experience!
5. Waitomo Caves
Under the green hills of Waitomo lies a labyrinth of caves, sinkholes and underground rivers. Witness thousands of glowworms illuminate the cave ceiling on an exclusive five- star Eco Glowworm experience.
6. Lake Tekapo
Picturesque by day and dazzling by night, Lake Tekapo is part of a UNESCO Dark Sky Reserve. The vibrant pink and purple Lupin blossoms turn the colours of turquoise Lake Tekapo into a lush paradise.
7. Motuarohia Island
Located 4 kms of Russel, Motuarohia Island is a small island in the Bay of Islands. Not only does this island have a significant Maori history it offers tropical tranquillity including crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches and stunning walking tracks.