You need to visit the 13 best places in New Zealand

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Planing an escape to New Zealand’s whimsical country? You need to visit the 13 best places in New Zealand. Maybe you were a fan of Lord of the Rings for a long time or you just were looking for adventure. That’s what New Zealand has and some then! We have compiled a list of the 13 best places you have to visit in New Zealand tour packages. They’re our best alternative for what you shouldn’t skip!

The 13 best places in New Zealand

best places in New Zealand

  1. ROY’S PEAK, WANAKA

 

Roy’s Peak is one of New Zealand’s most emblematic photographic areas. Only look at this picture and it’s not difficult to see why visitors flock! It is a five or eight-hour walk to the summit, but it should take you approximately six hours when you are well prepared and fit. Take pictures and snacks at a luncheon and potentially take a seven-hour ride around the cave for another hour.

 

  1. DUNEDIN

 

Dunedin isn’t your destination, and to be frank I don’t know why, you’re reading several “must-see” places in New Zealand. This is a charming town with a fantastic atmosphere on the south-east coast of the South Island. This town is renowned for its massive student population, so a great cafeteria can be found and in every corner, cheap food can be found. A little farther south is one of the most spectacular scenic drives.

 

  1. HOBBITON

 

I eventually visited Hobbiton three times in New Zealand. As a paying tourist, the movie set can be visited and not too far from Auckland. If you do not have your own transportation, you can quite simply enter your walk, or in a little over two hours, you can reach Hobbiton by car. I’d prefer to see the citizens in the early morning or late at night. Here’s what you need to know about Hobbiton to visit.

 

  1. QUEENSTOWN

 

Queenstown is one of the hype-living cities. It’s normally regarded in New Zealand as the epicenter of tourism, but we can see why with so much! There are many great cafes in the town itself, vegan restaurants, and small local shops. But Queenstown’s charm is in the middle of lush countryside, ski slopes and endless day walks. This photo was taken from my suite, easily the most beautiful lodge in the city. Matakauri Lodge.

 

  1. MOUNT MAUNGANUI

 

Mount Maunganui is one of New Zealand’s most overlooked jewels. There are local people and here they flock in the summer but not so many foreign tourists. It is a beach town with enough things to keep you occupied. Sleep is the right spot.

 

  1. PARADISE, GLENORCHY

 

There’s really a spot called paradise in New Zealand. Difficult to remember, no? If you take a look at this photo, I don’t suppose. Paradise is not too far away from Queenstown, Glenorchy. You will soon discover that the South Island is full of lovely sites, one of them is just like a postcard. I went to the Aro Ha Yoga retreat for a whole week for the ultimate escape. It was an intense yoga course, including vegan food, local hiking, and daily yoga.

 

  1. MARLBOROUGH

 

There are few places for wine and food like Marlborough, New Zealand. This region is famous worldwide as one of the best places to develop and white sauvignon. Currently, when I went, I even stayed in a vineyard! But apart from wine, as it is in New Zealand, there are very nice items here too. I particularly liked the goat, honey, and pine nuts, cultivated or made in the area.

 

  1. TWIZEL

 

Not many travelers to New Zealand are on Twizel’s route map. It’s a small town in the middle of none, but it’s also the entrance to the highest mountain of New Zealand, Mount Cook (Aoraki). I stayed in the High Country Cabin during my time in Twizel, which I have booked via Airbnb. I would suggest slowing down and soaking up the atmosphere of the mountain a few nights.

 

  1. AORAKI / MOUNT COOK

 

Aoraki / Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand and the eye. The top is impressively 3,724 meters high. A great way to explore the Mountain is to take a little sightseeing plane or helicopter to the Tasman Glacier, in particular in the colder months. Make sure I’m between your plans for a few days, though I waited for 3 full days before flying.

 

  1. KAWARAU GORGE

 

In and around Queenstown, there are many beautiful places but the Gorge of Kawarau is a favorite of mine. It is a quick drive to the city center and a great pit stop to Arrowtown in the neighborhood. There are plenty of great shops and some good restaurants to walk through.

 

  1. LANDIS PASS

 

You will easily get used to beautiful scenery when traveling across New Zealand. Nobody disputes it! But some roads are more impressive than others, and one of them is the Lindis Pass. The pass lies between the towns of Queenstown and Wanaka, so it’s difficult to avoid traveling across the South Island. The landscape is dramatic and changes every day, so make sure you stop at a stop if you want to take photos.

 

  1. ROTORUA HOT SPRINGS

 

You are less about dramatic scenery and more about hidden treasures if you find yourself in the North Island of New Zealand. The island of the North is packed with various sports and endless beach towns, while the South Island is where adventures, mountains, and ski slopes can be found. One of my favorite day trips was to Rotorua Hot Springs from Mount Maunganui, where we stayed. The fountains are a nice day trip with cures.

 

  1. NUGGET POINT LIGHTHOUSE

 

I recall when I told you Dunedin back in South Island? Few travelers visit this coastal town and even less visit the southeast coast. But if you do, you can find the nugget lighthouse that sits in its own presence in a quiet place. This has been one of the most unforgettable on the South Island and I visited it for sunrise.

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