New Zealand

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Maori culture is truly fascinating. From gardens, Maori sculptures, galleries, and vineyards, there is certainly a ton of ways to immerse yourself in the city’s culture. Signing up for guided tours and going to any of Auckland’s festivals is one of the best ways to take in Maori civilization. There are also over 30 museums and even more galleries to explore.

Whangarei Falls

This 85-foot waterfall surrounded by natural forests and parkland is located in New Zealand’s northernmost city. Known for its feeling purposes this fall can be viewed from 3 different viewing platforms, For the hike lovers, there is a well-marked loop track to allow you to connect closer with nature.

The Devils Bath

The Devils Bath

This neon green water pool located in the unique geothermal area of Rotorua, reminds one of a nuclear fallout which gets its color from the high concentrate of Sulphur as active minerals rise to the surface.

Whakaari / White Island

New Zealand’s most active cove volcano is located on the waters of the Bay of Plenty near Whakatane and Tauranga. While this can only be reached by plane or boat, it is excellent for those who want a glimpse of active geothermal steam vents and Marine life.

Whakaari White Island