Top city to visit in New Zealand

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Here is a list of the most popular cities in New Zealand from Auckland, New Zealand’s biggest City to Whangarei, the northernmost city in New Zealand. We have provided information about the city each with its own video clip to help you understand the destination better and help you plan your next trip in New Zealand.

Auckland

Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city and also the economic central; it’s referred to as the City of Sails and has many water activities to do such as sailing, fishing and read more

Christchurch

Surrounded by the Southern Alps to the West and the Pacific Ocean to the east, the beautiful city of Christchurch is the opening for this distinct region of the South Island. read more

Queenstown

Queenstown is located in the south-west of New Zealand’s South Island and it is the adventure capital of New Zealand. It has everything to do here such as Quad biking, bungee jumping, skydiving, jet boating down a river at 80km per hour or you can go paragliding where you jump of a side of a cliff and just glide over Queenstown so you can enjoy the beautiful scenery. read more

Wellington

Wellington is the Capital of New Zealand and was the first city to see in the year 2000. It’s a memorable city located between a beautiful harbour and rolling hills. Wellington capital is home to the read more

Rotorua

Rotorua is the spiritual home to the Maori and a centre of an active thermal area which includes geysers, steaming hot pools, mud pools and lakes. If you’re looking for adrenaline pumping action, Rotorua is the place to be, the natural setting provides thrills and adventures that will take you right to the edge. You can enjoy the Luge tracks down a mountain side and take the more scenic route back up the mountain using the Gondola, bungee jump 132 feet down, throw yourself down white water rapids by raft or sledge and try out the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the southern hemisphere. Other activities include mountain biking, hiking, take a helicopter tour and maybe land on a dormant volcano or an active one, plunge down a hill inside the giant inflatable zorb ball and lots more. read more

Dunedin

Dunedin is New Zealand’s best kept secret and there are so many things to do.
Dunedin is regarded as the best conserved Victorian and Edwardian heritage city in New Zealand. It is also home to read more

Invercargill

Invercargill is New Zealand’s southernmost city, and the business centre of Southland. Invercargill is a well designed city with wide streets lined with trees and a lot of parks and reserves. There are many things to do in Invercargill such as Southland Museum and Art Gallery, Queens Park read more

Glenorchy

Glenorchy is a small peaceful city at the top of Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand’s south Island, a 40 minutes drive from Queenstown. As you drive along the Glenorchy Road you pass amazing scenery such as the Remarkables that you’ll find read more

Whangarei

Whangarei is the northernmost city in New Zealand, a two hour drive from Auckland. The city lies between forested hills and a stunning harbour. The most famous attractions is the Whangarei Falls – New Zealand’s most photographed waterfalls and Kauri Park – where the most famous giant kauri trees stand (500 years old). Other activities include read more

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