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Explore a land of fantasies: New Zealand

Come and Discover New Zealand! A wonderful island nation whose remarkable huddle of offerings – picturesque landscapes, rich wildlife, lovely weather and multicultural cities – delight the senses no end! Shop any time of the week, whoop it up at clubs and bars, relish a glass of Kiwi wine or savour the lip–smacking taste of real coffee that comes in many variants! New Zealand's innovative and delicious delicacies add to the fun. This white–knuckle capital of the world works its magic on the daredevils, too.
Test your limitations and find what lies beyond the fear – leap off the bridges into gushing waters, wrestle the waves in white–water rafting, or have a stab at sky diving and Zorbing! Surely there isn't a dearth of innovation when it comes to gut–wrenching pursuits here. But you need not be an adrenalin–junkie to enjoy your time in the island. There are as many laid–back lures – tours to wonderful wineries, the riches of Polynesian and Maori culture and remarkable historical remnants. Plenty of art galleries, museums and verdant parks at cities like Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington add to the region's appeal.
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Ahipara
Waipoua
Auckland
Rotorua
Napier
Nelson
Picton
Hokitika
Christchurch
Milford Sound
Queenstown
Dunedin
Stewart Island

Ahipara

Ahipara, at the southern end of 90 Mile Beach, promises some of the most dramatic sunset views in New Zealand. The unspoiled sandy beaches are perfect for a romantic getaway. Ahipara also has a rich history and offers an array of outdoor adventures to enjoy.

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Waipoua

A visit to Waipoua Forest is your chance to explore the unique natural aspects of New Zealand. Along with the forests of Waima and Mataraua, Waipa makes up the largest native forest in Northland. Trek through the winding trails and admire towering kauri trees here at the forest.

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Auckland

The City of Sails, Auckland is a sprawling metropolis which is equally popular among tourists and business travellers. The city is home to some of the best museums, monuments and art galleries of New Zealand. Auckland Sky Tower, Waiheke Island, and Viaduct Harbour are the must visit attractions here.

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Rotorua

Crystal clear streams, exciting biking trails, bubbling mud pools and natural hot springs are some of the reasons why Rotorua is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in New Zealand! The fascinating Maori culture is another reason why this city is loved by tourists.

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Napier

Often referred as the art deco capital of the world, Napier is an ideal place to enjoy the unique architectural styles of 1930s. Napier, located in Hawke’s Bay, is also loved for its tranquil ambience and remarkable natural wealth.

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Nelson

Known as New Zealand’s “Sunniest Region”, Nelson is a beautiful bright city on the eastern shores of Tasman Bay. The picturesque city has a lot to offer, from golden beaches and tranquil natural pools to enthralling wildlife. The city’s excellent craft galleries are big hits with tourists.

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Picton

The picturesque seaside town of Picton is a fantastic place for the ones seeking a romantic getaway or a fun-filled family vacation. Besides spectacular beaches and an impressive seafront dotted with cafés, Picton impresses tourists with its selection of many interesting museums.

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Hokitika

Hokitika is a beautiful town along the West Coast. With spectacular oceanic and bush cloaked hills surrounding the city, visitors can enjoy the fantastic natural beauty and the exciting outdoor activities. Hokitika’s art galleries and crafts studios are other major attractions.

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Christchurch

Christchurch, the largest city in South Island, is a fabulous tourist destination. Its natural beauty is well complemented by the contemporary architecture in the downtown area. Unfortunately, many historical buildings and churches were destroyed in the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011; however, the city still manages to impress visitors.

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Milford Sound

Milford Sound, situated on the west coast of the South Island, is a famous New Zealand attraction that was adjudged the world's top travel destination in a survey conducted by TripAdvisor for 2008 Travelers' Choice Destinations Awards. Best known of all the fiords, Milford Sound is certainly a must visit for all.

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Queenstown

An adventure lover’s paradise, Queenstown is one of the most popular holiday destinations in New Zealand. The city is surrounded by majestic mountains and the famous Lake Wakatipu, and offers a range of adventure opportunities such as trekking, sky diving, bungee jumping, rafting and boating.

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Dunedin

Dunedin is known as the ‘Edinburgh of the South’ for its Scottish heritage and Victorian architecture. The beautiful hilly city is surrounded by beaches and a cliff top landscape. The place offers wonderful opportunities for trekking, cycling and game watching.

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Stewart Island

The third largest island in New Zealand, Stewart Island makes for an apt spot to take a look at the brown kiwis and enjoy the hospitality of Stewart islanders. On your visit here, you can spot certain endangered bird species at the Ulva Island and enjoy hiking at Golden Bay and Deep Bay.

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