Don’t you want to visit a place where the legendary “Lord of the Rings” movies, got shoot. New Zealand is a place with heavenly middle Earth beauty. Cascading waterfalls, deep fjords, hot water spring, steaming geysers, untamed wilds, clear beaches and dazzling glaciers will make your heart peaceful. There are so many wonderful places to visit in New Zealand that it’s hard for people to decide which one to keep on the bucket list and which one to miss. So here in the list, there are some most talked about and most visited places of New Zealand you may surely want to visit
Here is a list of most 4 beautiful places of New Zealand
Bay Of Islands: Pearls of 144 islands adorn the necklace of Bay of Islands. Kayak along the coast, hike the island trails, enjoy in secluded coves, and explore undisturbed forests. One of the most popular New Zealand tourist attractions, Bay of Islands is a haven for yachts and sailing boats. Abundant marine life including dolphins, whales, big marlin, and penguins make for a popular fishing spot. All of these together makes the spot an ideal tourist destination in New Zealand.
Tongariro National Park: is just like a melodramatic scenery with towering volcanoes, untamed forests, arid plateaus, hot springs, herb fields, turquoise lakes and lush meadows. One of the oldest national parks in the world and best places to visit in New Zealand, Tongariro is a land of stunning beauty and natural wonders. Add in a visit to the Lake Taupo, and you are set for a surprisingly delightful day.
Rotorua: It is located in the Pacific Ring of Fire. Steaming geysers, boiling mud pools, hissing thermal springs and volcanic craters add to its already startling topography. Rotorua is one such geothermal region in the world which has a bit of dramatic topography. Stroll around these geothermal wonders and soak in the minerals-rich water. Options like sky diving, luging, trekking, and mountain biking make it a must visit place in New Zealand for adventurous souls.
Matapouri: It is a beautiful coastal destination with shimmering white sand. With quite a few holiday homes, it is a beautiful area in Northland to spend a day or two. Located just 35 km north-east of Whangarei, Matapouri is one of the offbeat tourist destinations in New Zealand. Whale Bay is just 40 minutes away and the two are connected via a walkway.