6 Reasons To Visit New Zealand In The Summer

We already know that New Zealand is a country that has many wonders and that there are a lot of reasons to go to exchange there. But, you already thought about visiting the country in the summer? When we put the words summer and Oceania in the same sentence, we usually think of Australia suddenly, yes? What happens is that the New Zealand summer has a lot to offer in that season full of heat and beaches.

Read here more about how to take advantage of summer in New Zealand holiday destinations.

  1. Very long days

The sunny New Zealand summer days are so long. In Auckland , for example, the sun sets around 20:30, and in places further south, like in Queenstown , the day only goes dark at 9:30 pm, more or less. It is an average of 15 hours of light per day. So, even if you work until 6pm, you can enjoy the delights of summer after working hours.

  1. Pleasant temperatures

In New Zealand, summer temperatures are between 20ºC to 30ºC. Thus, days with 25ºC are considered the high points of the season.

The good news is that you can take advantage of the hot summer days without getting sweaty there. And do not forget to always have a light jacket with you, because at night time stays cold, even if the day has been hot.

  1. Fun with little money


There are no shops or street vendors on the beaches of luxury destinations New Zealand, which in the beginning may seem a bit strange for Latin Americans. But that makes everyone carry their Continue reading

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What To See In New Zealand. A Short And Essential Guide

New Zealand is a magical state, where the views of the various mountains find a perfect union with artificial constructions

New Zealand has entered the collective imagination as a place rich in natural wonders. Probably, the tourist boom that has seen many travelers travel to New Zealand is due to various film works that have been carried out in New Zealand.

On the other hand, the country has remained unknown to the West for some time also because of its geographical position which sees it at the end of the topographical maps.

Just think, that some travel-related newspapers confirm that New Zealand, like neighboring Australia, is one of the most technologically grown countries in the world. Even the administrative system of this State is well developed so that to enter if you do not need to go to the consulate located in the Italian capital to apply for a visa. In fact, it is sufficient to ask for it on the official website of the New Zealand government.

The visa

It is entirely free and is valid for three months. The main attractions of the New Zealand holiday destinations are divided between natural ones, historical ones, of which a part refers to the colonial period during which the British Empire occupied New Zealand, and those relating to the local aborigines and their customs.

Because of the history of British colonialism, it is not uncommon for New Zealand to find cities or places called in English. For example, the town of Wellington, the city of Queenstown and so on. The colonial period is also reflected in some cultural peculiarities of the area, so much so that the New Zealand anthem calls out to the United Kingdom. The entire State of New Zealand is composed of 2 great paradisiacal islands.

Walking here is genuinely a superb experience: you can meet dolphins, seals, New Zealand goats, scarce birds and much more. Also, the most athletic could practice mountaineering Continue reading

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The Top Wine Tours In New Zealand


New Zealand is one of those countries where you can plan your wine tour easily. The country has many vineyards that have picturesque landscape, the excellent hospitality of the local people and some luxurious hotels with fine restaurants and comfortable accommodation for the tourists. Many wineries have tasting rooms where you can test finest qualities wines for free or at very low fee.

These tours not only offer you a journey to those beautiful vineyards but you can also visit some of the top-notch wineries and check out how some of the most famous wines of this world are made.

Before you go to this tour, you must know where to go and how to plan your wine tour in New Zealand. Here you can get the names of some of the top spots that are famous for wine tours in this country.



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