The Magical Lands Of New Zealand

Published on 09/10/2020

New Zealand has been home to many known movies because of its breathtaking and unreal landscapes. From rain forest and fish-filled rivers to magical caves, coastal glaciers, and fjords. New Zealand has it all. Besides having the most beautiful landscapes on earth, New Zealand is a center for adrenaline sports such as skydiving, hiking, water rafting, jet boating, and even the highest bungee jumps in the world! Did you know that Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean, and even the Chronicles of Narnia were filmed I’m these spectacular lands? A lot of people dream about coming to this fairly- land at least once in their lives. After reading this article, New Zealand will become your next destination!

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The Magical Lands Of New Zealand


Fiordland National Park and Milford Sound

This park harbors some of the most precious landscapes of the country. It was the glaciers that shaped this scenery giving place to the most famous fjords. If you are lucky enough to visit this place, you can explore the rain forests, wide lakes, the hidden islands, and the flowing cascades. This national park and the Milford Track, in particular,  is considered one of the best for the hiking lovers.

 Bay of Islands

This island is the most preferred by the tourists for there holiday destination. It is located in the north of  Auckland and is comprised of more than 144 islands which makes the Bay of Islands the perfect sport for sailing and yachting the beautiful Bay of Islands is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the country. More than 144 islands dot the glittering bay, making it a haven for sailing and yachting.


Queenstown is the place for adventures! It is located between the shores of Lake Wakatipu and the peaks of the Remarkables. It is the go-to place for those who like bungee jumping, jet boating, rafting, rock climbing, skiing, and so on. however, this marvelous place doesn’t only offer activities full of adrenaline but also first-class hotels, spas, restaurants, and even the “Middle Earth” where Lord of the Rings was filmed.

Lake Taupo and Tongariro National Park

This national park that can be found in the middle of North Island, has New Zealand’s largest lake passing right through it. Also, this park offers volcanic features and what they mean to the Maori culture. It is one of the oldest national parks in the worlds but luckily it has been preserved perfectly. Besides sightseeing, the national park also includes other activities such as walks, hiking trails, and camping.


Rotorua is located on the Pacific Ring of Fire and it is one of the most active geothermal regions in the world!. It contains boiling mud pools, volcanic craters, steaming thermal springs, and hissing geysers. Tourists can take walk on these geothermal regions and get in the steaming mineral springs. For the braves ones, Rotorua offers a wide array of crazy adventures such as ski-diving, luging, mountain biking, and so on.