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Must See NZ Places
Auckland
Blenheim and Marlborough
Christchurch and Canterbury
Coromandel
Dunedin, Southland and Stewart Island
Hawkes Bay
Kaikoura
Mount Cook
Nelson
Northland
Rotorua
Queenstown and the Southern Lakes
Taranaki
Taupo
Wellington
West Coast
 

NZ's Must See Places!

Each part of New Zealand has it's own unique scenery and character.
Explore the different regions and what makes each one special.

Blenheim and Marlborough
Marlborough is New Zealand’s largest wine-producing region and the long hot summers make for wines that are world famous. The long hot summers also make for great beach holidays and, fortunately, this region has among the prettiest beaches in the country – sandy bays nestled against bush-clad hills. There are many more beaches to explore in the Nelson region, northwest of Marlborough.
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Nelson Region - Very Sunny
Nelson, the sunniest spot in New Zealand, is based between snow-capped mountains, rolling vineyards and golden beaches and is also the geographic centre of New Zealand. Nelson is New Zealand's second oldest city, settled in 1841, and has the country’s most sunshine hours per year.
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Kaikoura – Neptune’s playground
Kaikoura means 'meal of crayfish', reflecting the abundance and importance of seafood that Maori harvested there.
Situated about 2 hours north of Christchurch, Kaikoura is one of the best places in New Zealand to eat seafood, and certainly the best place to see whales.
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Christchurch and Canterbury
If it is variety you want, Canterbury has it all. Natural areas range from the mountains and tussock grasslands, to beech and forests, braided rivers, lakes and vast coastal wetlands.
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West Coast – Nature's Paradise
The West coast is likely to be one of the most spectacular and diversified natural areas of the world. Within a few hours you are able to see a whole range of natural wonders.
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Aoraki Mt Cook & Mackenzie Country
The Mackenzie Country, also known as the Mount Cook region, is the high country southwest of Canterbury. The sparsely populated region is backed by the highest and most spectacular peaks of the Southern Alps.
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Queenstown and Fiordland
The roof of New Zealand is the area around the southern lakes with its charming domestic centres, Wanaka and Queenstown. Both are directly on the lake and surrounded by the main winter ski areas of New Zealand.
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Dunedin, Southland & Stewart Island
The southeast of the South Island is not the warmest corner of the country, nor is it surrounded by the highest mountains but it is here where every visitor can enjoy small-town hospitality and unforgettable eco-activities.
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Northland - NZ's Birthplace
Northland, the birthplace of New Zealand, is a place where twin coasts make for one exciting holiday destination. It is an amazing place to indulge the senses, relax and to revive one’s soul.
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Auckland - The Cosmopolitan Centre
The cosmopolitan city is home to one-third of the country’s population with an urban environment where everyone lives within half an hour of beautiful beaches, hiking trails and charming holiday islands. With its sunny and multicultural climate it is the heart of lifestyle, shopping, food and wine.
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Coromandel and the Bay of Plenty
Dramatic landmarks and a unique thermal beach with hot water bubbling up from deep in the earth are just some of the many surprises that await you on this coastline of contrasts. The peninsula divides the Hauraki Gulf from the Bay of Plenty.
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Rotorua - Just feel it!
Rotorua, the host to some of the world’s most impressive earth and natural forces, and you know immediately that there is something different.
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Taranaki - The Wild West Coast
Taranaki is a place of stunning natural beauty and the place to renew your spirit. Meander along winding river gorges and quiet highways under the gaze of the Mount Taranaki, the perfect cone-shaped mountain that dominates this region.
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Lake Taupo – Think Fresh!
The Taupo region is full of contrasts offering you just about any outdoor experience you could ask for within easy reach. Try adrenaline-pumping water sports like rafting or kayaking, explore a valley of geysers, hot springs and mud volcanoes, try your luck at catching some Trout.
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Hawke's Bay - East Cape
Hawke’s Bay offers a unique combination of picturesque scenery and stylish culture in a delightful sunny climate. Located on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island, Hawke’s Bay Wine Country is New Zealand’s leading food and wine region. With over 2200 hours of sunshine, Hawke’s Bay is a year-round holiday destination with an exceptional mix of visual and sensory experiences.
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Wellington - Capital of many things
Visit Wellington the cultural and arts capital of New Zealand and the gateway to the South Island. The huge harbour, the narrow profile and a fresh breeze are the main characteristics of New Zealand’s capital.
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