The majestic and beautiful country of New Zealand – It’s mountains, clear waters and beautiful beaches, are all entwined in the outdoor lifestyle of its people. From its rich culture and heritage to its modern day attractions, New Zealand is a ‘must’ for any sports team to visit.

Milford Sound

Places of Interest

  1. Sky Tower

    The Sky Tower is an iconic landmark located in Auckland, New Zealand and is the tallest freestanding structure in the Southern Hemisphere. It stands at a height of 328 meters and is a popular tourist attraction for its stunning panoramic views of Auckland and surrounding areas. The tower consists of three observation levels: the Main Observation Level, Sky Deck, and Sky Cafe. Visitors can also take part in SkyWalk and SkyJump experiences, where they can walk on a platform around the tower’s edge or jump from the tower with a secure wire. The Sky Tower also features a range of restaurants, including the revolving Orbit 360 Dining restaurant, bars, and a casino.

  2. Maori Village

    The Maori Village is a cultural attraction in New Zealand that offers visitors a chance to experience the rich history and traditions of the Maori people. The village is typically set in a lush natural setting and features traditional Maori architecture, including meeting houses, wharepuni (sleeping houses), and wharekai (dining halls). Visitors can take part in a variety of activities and demonstrations, such as learning the haka (Maori war dance), participating in a hangi (traditional earth oven feast), and watching carving and weaving demonstrations. The experience typically includes storytelling and performances of traditional songs and dances, providing a unique glimpse into Maori culture and way of life.

  3. Thermal Hot Pools Rotorua

    Thermal Hot Pools Rotorua is a collection of natural geothermal hot springs located in Rotorua. These hot springs are heated by the geothermal activity that occurs in the area, and they offer visitors a unique and relaxing bathing experience. There are several hot pools to choose from, each with a different temperature and size, and the pools are surrounded by beautiful native vegetation and views of the nearby lake.

  4. Auckland Harbour Bridge Climb

    The Auckland Harbour Bridge Climb offers a unique experience of climbing an iconic bridge which stands at a height of 67 meters. Climb leaders guide visitors on a 1.5-hour journey to the top of the bridge, providing stunning panoramic views of Auckland city and Waitemata Harbour. The climb includes a walk across the bridge’s upper arch, which is suspended high above the waters, and a safety harness is provided for climbers.

  5. The Rangitata River

    The Rangitata River is popular for various outdoor activities, including fishing, jet boating, kayaking, and whitewater rafting. It is particularly renowned for its salmon and trout fishing, attracting anglers from around the world. The river’s clear waters and strong current make it an ideal location for adrenaline-pumping activities such as jet boating.

  6. Hobbiton Movie Set

    Hobbiton Movie Set is a very popular tourist destination in New Zealand that was specially built as the filming location for the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies’ Shire scenes. It is located near the town of Matamata in the Waikato region of New Zealand’s North Island.

  7. Milford Sound

    Milford Sound is a fiord located on the west coast of New Zealand’s South Island. It is part of the Fiordland National Park and is known for its stunning natural beauty, with towering peaks, waterfalls, and deep blue waters. Milford Sound is a popular tourist destination, with boat tours and hiking trails offering visitors a chance to explore the area. It is also home to unique wildlife, including seals, dolphins, and the rare and endangered Fiordland penguin. Overall, Milford Sound is considered one of the most beautiful and dramatic natural attractions in the world.

  8. Wellington Cable Car

    The Wellington Cable Car is a popular tourist attraction in Wellington, New Zealand. It is a funicular railway that runs from Lambton Quay in the central business district up to the suburb of Kelburn, offering stunning views of the city and Wellington Harbour along the way.

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