You know how hard it can be to find New Zealand tours that fit your budget, your timing needs, and your interests. Sign up for one at the travel agent and trust they’ve got a little bit of everything, so you’ll be happy for at least part of the journey. Though it may seem small and easy to explore from the other side of the world, it’s actually packed with a variety of cultures, scenery, and even climates. Often, people hit the same places when they travel and miss some of the gems.
North Island, South Island, and Stewart Island all have very different experiences to offer. As we work our way down, we’ll see what each has to offer you as a guest and traveler. As the largest city, Auckland is often an entry point for visitors. However, it’s not the tip of the country. The north is full of history from both Maori and European settlements. It’s temperate and called the winterless north.
A person travelling alone can also get sidetracked by the main drag of Queen St without discovering other parts that may better suit their interests or hobbies. Auckland is often rushed through by visitors wanting to get to the untouched scenic parts, and a person travelling alone can also get sidetracked by the main drag of Queen St. Plan an itinerary with your interests in mind and find tours that cater to your interests in New Zealand.
The North Island and South Island are incredibly different. The North has more built-up cities and small towns, while the South has beaches, mountain ranges, native bush, fiords, and glaciers. Several of these things can also be found in the north, but they’re usually spread out between built-up areas or have a lot of commercial tourism activity around them. Even further south you’ll find Stewart Island, a small and rugged island that’s filled with complete peace, intoxicatingly beautiful bush walks, and plenty of places to relax.
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